Resolution Games, well known for titles such as Demeo, Blaston, Bait!, and Ultimechs have just had their Resolution Games Showcase, and along with it, we got some pretty cool announcements!
Gorilla Tag, the multiplayer, social VR playground, today has launched on the Meta Quest store and continues to be free-to-play for Quest users.
With the addition of “Groovin’ Essentials”, Synth Riders’ soundtrack has surpassed 100 songs, with more than half of those included free with the game and 45 as optional DLC.
The wait is over as Meta Quest 2 owners can dive into the post-apocalyptic city of New Orleans once again with the release of The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners - Chapter 2: Retribution!
With atmospheric visuals and excellent sound design, a good variety of levels, and engaging boss battles, The Light Brigade is an excellent addition to the Meta Quest gaming library.
Barbaria is a great game that's a pleasure to play. It's not afraid to show attitude, and it carries itself with an endearing, whimsical stride.
Priced at just $9.99, Silhouette will keep you busy for 3–4 hours, more or less, even if some of that time is wasted on occasional hand-tracking issues.
Colossal Cave is a colossal bore. It's a point-and-click port of a text-based game that refuses to acknowledge the medium to which it's been ported.
Primal Hunt is a reasonable attempt to fill a dinosaur-sized niche in the Quest library that does several things well.
The Bobo VR M2 Plus strap is a great accessory for the Quest 2. It’s far superior to Meta’s own Elite Strap. It’s well-built, well-designed, and the hot-swappable batteries allow for almost infinite VR playtime.
The GeekVR Q2 Pro strap has a good quality adjustment knob at the back to allow players to get the right fit, and I had no problems finding a position in the headset that gave me a good visual sweet spot and a comfortable wearing experience.
What the Bat?'s protagonist has baseball bats for hands. The game takes you through their life in a series of quick-fire levels.
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