Tag "VR"

Luci Immers is a new cinematic headset with dual-micro OLED displays

When it comes to our personal entertainment, we want to be immersed in what we’re watching while simultaneously avoiding any distractions. Having a big TV with a sound system is

HP Reverb VR headset gives better clarity than competition

HP announced today a game-changing virtual reality headset that takes it to the top of the VR world. The HP Reverb is one that delivers an unbelievable resolution of 2160×2160

ViewR lets you share your VR gameplay on mobile devices

One aspect that makes playing VR games fun is being able to let your friends or family see what you’re playing. Sadly, when it comes to low latency platforms such

Two Bit Circus is now open in Downtown Los Angeles

Two Bit Circus, the carnival arcade bar, is now open, and it’s a modern take on the arcades filled with VR rooms, escape rooms, bars, and a kitchen to get

LA Dragon Studios’ Hydra Squad is LA’s first free-roaming VR escape room

Hey, Reactorites! We’re back with another escape room review, and this time we went back to LA Dragon Studios in Van Nuys, CA, to try out their new Hydra Squad

Electronauts VR game will turn anyone into the ultimate DJ

Survios made players feel like an action hero with its VR game, Raw Data. It also made players feel like a parkour practitioner with Sprint Vector. Soon, players will get

Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner: M∀RS VR gameplay at E3

Since its debut in 2003, Konami’s Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner was praised for its graphics, sound design and storytelling in the mech action genre. The re-mastered release of the

Echo Combat will have you flying and shooting in zero-G for Oculus Rift VR

E3 is happening next week, and Oculus has announced new games that will be shown at the gaming convention including Ready at Dawn’s Echo Combat, Twisted Pixel’s Defector, and Moss.

Sprint Vector (PlayStation VR review)

Many moons ago, Nintendo released a game for the NES called Track & Field, and it was a game changer for the system. You had a giant NES mat for running

L.A. Noire coming to Switch, VR, PS4, and Xbox One

It’s been over six years since famed developer Rockstar Games introduced the world to L.A. Noire, a detective game set in 1940s Los Angeles. Now the game is being re-released on

Killing Floor: Incursion now available on Oculus Rift

The Killing Floor franchise has been around for a while now. And while their name isn’t as synonymous with other sci-fi survival horror games, it really should be. Tripwire Interactive

VR game Archangel nails gameplay, graphics, and story (review)

Virtual reality is one of the biggest innovations in the world of gaming today. A lot of titles give you that fun arcade-style gameplay that is great for pick up

SDCC 2017: Hands-on with John Wick Chronicles

While exploring the convention hall at San Diego Comic-Con this past week, I was treated to many surprises. There were some bad ones as well as some pretty good ones.

SDCC 2017: Hands-on with Bounce, a puzzle solver’s paradise

Last week at San Diego Comic-Con, I surprisingly got to play way more VR games and experiences than I had expected. While some of the bigger names that had been

CCP’s vSports game, Sparc, coming to PlayStation VR on August 29

CCP Games’ Sparc is a game that has been on our radar for quite some time. If you have ever wanted to feel like being in the world of Tron

SDCC 2017: Hands-on with Marvel Powers United VR

Hot off the heels of its announcement at D23, Sanzaru Games’ Marvel Powers United VR is here with lots of goodies. Nerd Reactor got a chance to check it out,

SDCC 2017: If VR needed saving, Archangel might be just the game

San Diego Comic-Con is full of many things including comics, TV, movie, and of course games. During my trip, I got some hands-on time with Skydance Interactive’s Archangel VR mech

E3 2017: VirZoom makes exercise fun!

Virtual Reality is a more than just a fad. It is capable of so many activities such as gaming, therapy, and even exercise. Thanks to VirZoom, you may now have

E3 2017: ‘Circle of Saviors’ brings back that old school arcade feeling

VR may not be the best way forward for certain video game genres. But one that could make a resurgence with the immersive platform is the first-person monster fighting genre.

E3 2017: Bringing RTS into VR with ‘Brass Tactics’

We have seen a lot of action, platformers, shooters and other video game genres make the leap to VR. While I’m sure strategy games have been made before, Brass Tactics