Soundart PC VR review

Soundart joins Audioshield and the revered Beat Saber as another music-based VR game-come-dance-fitness title.

The VR equivalent of the Guitar Hero/Rock Band craze of a decade ago, the VR hitting-things-to-music genre shows no signs of abating. And it’s understandable. Continue reading Soundart PC VR review

Grip: Combat Racing Vomit Racing PC review

Grip: Combat Racing is a fast-paced racing game with meaty vehicles racing on gravity-defying circuits. The game is like a heavy-metal Mario Kart with power-ups that include guns, rockets, shields and boosts. The developers have just released the Vomit Racing upgrade that allows the game to be played in VR. Continue reading Grip: Combat Racing Vomit Racing PC review

Soundself A Technoldelic PC VR review

Soundself promises a psychedelic trace-like experience without ingesting LSD or psilocybin.

Ever since my first dabble with virtual reality, I’ve wondered about its effect on the human brain. These strange realities that we can now experience, as if they are real, conflict with what we know and understand. Is VR capable of reprogramming our minds? Continue reading Soundself A Technoldelic PC VR review

Isle of Man TT: Ride on the Edge 2 Xbox One review

The Isle of Man TT is arguably the world’s most dangerous motorsport event. It’s a 37.5-mile race along public roads around a picturesque island sitting in the Irish Sea. But don’t let the serene countryside backdrop fool you. Since the event’s inception in 1907, the race has claimed nearly 260 competitor’s lives, even more if you include bystanders. Continue reading Isle of Man TT: Ride on the Edge 2 Xbox One review

Nvidia Shield TV (2020) review

Nvidia really hit the ball out of the park with their original Shield TV set-top box. Recently their Android TV range has had an upgrade, of sorts, now sporting two different Shield devices, the Shield TV and the Shield TV Pro. Continue reading Nvidia Shield TV (2020) review

Gaming peripheral manufacturer, Stealth Gaming, makes a push into Australia

Representatives from UK gaming accessory outfit, Stealth Gaming were in Australia talking to retailers and journalists about their product lines as they make their push into the territory.

Based in Bolton in north-west England, Stealth Gaming is part of ABP Technology Ltd. Their officially licenced range 4Gamers range of gaming accessories and audio products can be found on shelves all around the world. Continue reading Gaming peripheral manufacturer, Stealth Gaming, makes a push into Australia

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