Lone Echo II review (Oculus)

Lone Echo was a groundbreaking VR title when it first launched back in 2017, and when developer Ready At Dawn announced they were working on a sequel it was a game that immediately shot to the top of VR gamers’ most wanted lists. It was delayed a few times – the last time as recent as this August – but the game is finally here and ready for our review. Continue reading “Lone Echo II review (Oculus)”

Indie roundup: Rainbow Billy: The Curse of the Leviathan, Gleylancer & Space Revenge

Three more indies to explore today, as we check out Rainbow Billy: The Curse of the Leviathan, Gleylancer and Space Revenge, all of which were recently released on all major consoles – though Gleylander doesn’t officially launch until later this week. Continue reading “Indie roundup: Rainbow Billy: The Curse of the Leviathan, Gleylancer & Space Revenge”

Far Cry 6 review (PS5)

Because of pandemic-related delays, Ubisoft has several big releases lined up for the holiday season, which they’re kicking off with Far Cry 6. Out now for PCs, Xbox and PlayStation – complete with native versions for next gen systems that run at a 4K resolution with 60 frames per second. We tried out the PlayStation 5 version. Continue reading “Far Cry 6 review (PS5)”

DLC roundup: Jurassic World Aftermath, Planet Zoo & Disc Ninja

Not all releases are brand new games, and today we’re shining the spotlight on three recent DLC addons. The Quest-exclusive dino adventure Jurassic World Aftermath concludes with part 2, Planet Zoo gets an impressive eight new animals and Disc Ninja received a brand new gameplay mode. Continue reading “DLC roundup: Jurassic World Aftermath, Planet Zoo & Disc Ninja”