Farming Simulator 20 Review: Tending To Fans

Simulation lifestyle games often offer gamers a change in pace, and Farming Simulator 20 is no exception. It offers almost everything you’d expect from a farming simulator; vehicles to drive, livestock to tend, crops to tend and produce to sell. There’s also a very relaxed pace that makes it a great choice for chilling out with. However, what it doesn’t […]

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Hands On With Dreamworks Dragons Flight Academy At Dreamscape

This week I had the opportunity to check out Dreamscape’s newest attraction, Dreamworks Dragons Flight Academy, a partnership with Dreamworks that offers the experience of riding a dragon in VR. The popular virtual reality studio has a number of cool immersive experience, but this one is the first to incorporate a beloved franchise like How To Train Your Dragon. If you’re unfamiliar, Dreamscape is a […]

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Resident Evil 3 Remake Comes With Resistance Because It Will Be Half As Long As Resident Evil 2

The trailer for Resident Evil 3 Remake came out today and showed off an updated version of the 1999 classic that many remember to this day. At the end of the trailer, it was revealed that the game would be packaged with Resident Evil Resistance, the online Resident Evil multiplayer game unveiled back in September. This makes total and complete sense, given Resident Evil […]

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Top 10 VR Education Apps of 2019

I’ve been a little lapse on my articles here on VRFocus of late (mostly due to the time involved in setting up my own business over the last few months) but I didn’t want to miss the chance to offer up my Top 10 VR Education Apps of 2019 (PS you can read my Top 10 of 2018 here). I […]

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Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery – Holiday Event & Christmas Countdown

Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery is decking the castle halls for the holiday season. The first title by Portkey Games has been largely overshadowed by the launch of the company’s second partner project with Niantic, Harry Potter: Wizards Unite. Despite the waning success, Hogwarts Mystery has provided consistent updates and additional content for its loyal fanbase to enjoy. This year’s festivities will not only include in-game […]

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Breathing Fear Switch Review: Barely Breathing

Developer Atriagames has launched Breathing Fear onto the Nintendo Switch as a port of their PC game. This game used to be listed on Steam, but appears to no longer be purchasable, though the community’s discussions are still available. While the developer describes the game as a nonlinear and scary survival-adventure game, Breathing Fear suffers from several issues rooted in […]

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New Trailer Details Gameplay for PlayStation VR Exclusive Paper Beast

Pixel Reef’s upcoming PlayStation VR exclusive Paper Beast was the only dedicated virtual reality (VR) title to feature in today’s State of Play broadcast by Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE). While the release window has stayed the same at Q1 2020, new information including a gameplay trailer highlights a couple of new features. Paper Beast is an exploration videogame within the world of big […]

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Pokémon Sword & Shield: Sorry, You Can’t Change Your Number

Gym uniforms are a new custom cosmetic in the Galar region’s Gym Challenge. In Galar, taking on the gyms has become a national spectacle with sportsmanship and showmanship being taken to a whole new level. All contestants are required to wear the standardized challenger uniform, with a custom jersey number, during their televised stadium battles. The big twist to the Galar Gym Challenge […]

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Darksiders Genesis Review: No More Room In Hell

Releasing just under a decade ago, the original Darksiders title was a supremely enjoyable hack and slash adventure that borrowed elements from legendary franchises like Devil May Cry and The Legend of Zelda, while weaving a new and entertaining—if not slightly convoluted—narrative about a war between the forces of Heaven and Hell. Ten years and three games later, Darksiders Genesis retains […]

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Pokémon Sword & Shield: Features That Move The Series Forward

Pokémon Sword & Shield have come under fire for cutting a lot of content from the series, but they have also added some amazing new features that have made us want to return to the Galar region after watching the end credits roll. The issues with Pokémon Sword & Shield can partly be attributed to them being the first mainline Pokémon games on a home console […]

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