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The Persistence Review (VR) - An Almost Perfect Clone

The Persistence

The horror genre received a massive boost when it entered virtual reality. You thought the games on your TV were scary? Try putting on a headset and letting the horror surround you on all sides. It’s an entirely new level of terrifying when done correctly. The Persistence is here on PlayStation VR with the promise of procedurally generated horror with roguelike mechanics.

Gene Rain Review - A Constant Downpour

Gene Rain

Fresh ideas are hard to come by in our modern world. Everything has been done before, in some form or another, so for a game to feel like something brand new, it really has to do something different. Gene Rain is a third-person shooter that makes a lot of promises regarding its story and enemy AI, but promises are one thing, gameplay is another.

Detached Review (VR) - An Astronaut’s Paradise

Detached

Since the launch of PlayStation VR, I’ve done a lot of things I’ve never experienced in games before. Even if I had done it before, VR still felt like the first time all over again. There’s still a sense of excitement every time I put on the headset to experience a game for the first time. With Detached, I was both excited and nervous to see what this title had to offer.

Black Ops IIII Beta - First Thoughts

The first weekend of the Call of Duty Black Ops IIII beta has come and gone. We’ve learned a lot about what Treyarch hopes to deliver, but a lot has already changed over the course of the beta and more changes are on the way.

You can’t really review a beta, but you can certainly drop some first thoughts on an upcoming title. Some gamers are claiming that nothing has in CoD, but Black Ops IIII has definitely brought forth something different. It looks like a CoD game, but it feels different to me.

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