The classic game is back, only a spin-off of a movie and in the VR format.
What's more curious is how these animals got out in the first place.
If Lewis Carroll had created a world in VR, then this would be it.
An arcade football game that tries to clone games that have come before it.
There is no gameplay whatsoever in A Winter's Daydream, whilst the story is fairly strong here, there is nothing to bring you back once the experience is done, which is extremely short lived.
A challenging puzzle game, where one small error will lead to massive frustration.
Trancelation presents a quirky and different style of gaming that can educate, as well as being a fun title to play.
Fun and sun for all, provided you can take on the engaging commitment required to be theme park champion.
ArtPulse is not really a game, it's a chance to experience VR within the confines of an environment where you have, to an extent, total control.
Underwhelming, frustrating and lacking in replay value. Aces of the Multiverse is headed towards relegation.