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Killer Frequency – PC Review
PC Reviews

Killer Frequency – PC Review

Killer Frequency, developed and published by Team 17 Digital, brings a style of game I've never played before. You play a radio host in a small mid western town in the USA and things aren't plain sailing on the night shift! Don't touch that dial! What is your favourite slasher flick? Is it Friday the 13th? Or Does Freddie infiltrate your dreams? Let us know in the comments. Gameplay As soon as I saw the trailers for Killer Frequency, I immediately knew that it was going to be a game for me. Playing as Forrest Nash, a radio host on 189.16, The Scream, you will single-handedly save or completely ruin the night. It is going to be quite hard to cover this game without giving away any spoilers on the story, but here goes. Set in the 1980s you are at the KFAM Radio Station in a small town...
Maskmaker – Meta Quest 2 Review
VR Reviews

Maskmaker – Meta Quest 2 Review

A couple of years ago InnerspaceVR released Maskmaker on Steam for the VR audience. Well, last December they made it available to the Oculus community. Do I have what it takes to carve and paint my own masks to complete this intriguing puzzle based adventure? Best raid the man drawer for the necessary tools for the task and I'll see you on the other side. Maskmaker - Stanley Ipkiss vs Rocky Dennis, seconds away, round 1. Gameplay Maskmaker sticks to the tried and tested formula for controls. I chose to mainly teleport as it's quicker, but I found myself using normal movement for the more close environments. Every time an object was highlighted I would pick it up and look all around it for clues. This is a puzzle game after all. There is a tutorial to make sure that I know how to do ever...
Requisition VR – PCVR Review
VR Reviews

Requisition VR – PCVR Review

Developed by Arcadia and published by Spheroom, we have a zombie horde VR title. Initially released in in 20th October 2022 Requisition VR is an action survival shooter that will keep you on your feet. The Horde Is Here Join me as I check out this early access to see what Requisition VR can offer in its early stages. Gameplay As mentioned previously Requisition VR is a FPS zombie horde title. With this comes the expected zombie experience. Some sort of natural disaster or phenomenon occurs (in this case fog) and before we know it the not dead’s and slowly but surely becoming dead’s. It is down to you and your fellow companions if you choose to coop to find the solution. All the while the god is still spreading and more people are turning. You are probably thinking, what can this off...
ForeVR Pool – Meta Quest 2 Review
VR Reviews

ForeVR Pool – Meta Quest 2 Review

There was nothing more that I liked in my youth than hustling drunken students out of their grant money in dark and smoky student unions. You can imagine my delight when ForeVR Pool landed on my doorstep to review. Thank you ForeVR for giving me a chance to relive my youth. Time to polish my stick and play with some balls. ForeVR Pool, is it forever, or is it balls? Gameplay Everyone knows how to play pool right? Get the stick and swing it at the table and see what happens? OK, it's not quite like that, but remember I used to hustle. The aim of the game is to sink your coloured balls and then the black 8 ball. You are only allowed to hit the white cue ball with the cue, or the game would be no challenge at all. ForeVR Pool starts the way all games should, with a simple tutorial t...
Ruins Magus – Meta Quest 2 Review
VR Reviews

Ruins Magus – Meta Quest 2 Review

CharacterBank inc bring us the world of Ruins Magus, a JRPG consisting of magic amongst the ruins. We have established that it is a clever title, but the question remains, is it a good game? Time to find the biggest hat I own and dive in. Ruins Magus - Magic or Ruins? Gameplay Ruins Magus starts like most games, an introduction to who you are, a setting of the scene and a gentle tutorial to get used to the controls. The movement system is stick driven, so no teleportation, it is slick and whilst I admit to sometimes submitting to nausea, I had no such experience. I always prefer to physically turn rather than use the rotate feature, but it is always good to have the choice. The premise of Ruins Magus is very simple, enter the ruins, kill the enemies and return with treasure or info...