It’s bondage clubs, living statues and terrible microphones in this Let’s Look At. Join Addam as he plays his first Yakuza game and finds it incredibly fun. Please note that this was recorded with a PlayStation camera microphone, so please excuse the terrible audio. Advertisements
Tumble, the jenga-like PlayStation Move game, is back on the PS4, now in VR. Join Addam as he stacks blocks, builds bridges and tries to wrestle with the disjointed camera.
Mike Bithell’s Volume has been given a new VR mode. While this new mode doesn’t dramatically change the way you experience the game, it is a nice addition.
PlayStation VR Worlds is little more than a series of tech demos and while some of them (The London Heist and Danger Ball) are cool, the other three are little more than afterthoughts and should likely be free downloads. Join Addam as nearly throws up on the luge, wants to stop talking in space and …
Until Dawn: Rush of Blood hasn’t gotten much love from the press, but Addam honestly can’t see why. It’s an extremely fun and goofy horror inspired light gun game and the VR support is top notch. Join Addam as he gets spooked and has the time of his life in incredibly fun game.
The classic PlayStation 2 game, Rez, returns…again! This game was a masterpiece years ago and Rez HD kept the legacy alive. Now the game has VR support and it feels like a natural extension of the game itself.
Thumper is an insanely good rhythm action game, even without the VR. However, the VR experience for Thumper is just as intense as the game itself is. Join Addam on a musical adventure full of giant, nightmare faces.
In a dual Let’s Look At and PlayStation VR Day video, Addam looks at the latest game from No Goblin, 100 Foot Robot Golf. Largely the PlayStation VR isn’t needed, but it’s a nice option for a fantastic game. You can read our full review of the game by clicking here.
The second game on Pixel Related PlayStation VR Day, EVE Valkyrie is a predominantly multiplayer focused space shooter. Join Addam as he gets a little motion sick, but is able to actually perform pretty decently in a multiplayer game. Who knew he could do that?!
After some initial technical issues, we’re finally able to take a look at some PlayStation VR games. Starting off, we have Headmaster, a soccer game by way of Portal. Headmaster is an absolute must buy for the PlayStation VR.