6DOF Reviews is made up of a small but dedicated team of VR enthusiasts excited about the all-in-one VR experience that the Quest has made possible. We’re writers, gamers, and early-adopters who are dedicated to helping you navigate the gear, games, applications, and experiences that this new platform allows you to experience on the go and without the burden of complicated setups.
We review all the games and gear we can get our hands-on. Sometimes we buy the games or gear ourselves, and sometimes developers or manufacturers are kind enough to supply us with early game codes or sample units so that we can have our reviews ready by the time their games or accessories are released. In all cases, our goals are the same, to provide honest reviews to our readers.
Founder / Editor / Author
Omar Kamel has been playing video games since the early days of the ZX-81. He was there for the ZX-Spectrum, the Atari ST, the Xbox 360, the PS4, and is now diving his play time between the PS4 and the Oculus Quest. His favorite all-time games are Tokyo Extreme Racer, Power Stone 2, Blur, Batman: Arkham Asylum, Horizon: Zero Dawn, God of War (2018), and, more recently, Beat Saber, Racket Fury, and Racket: NX. He can juggle, and manages to Yo-yo without giving himself a concussion.
Editor / Author
Andrew Podolsky is a video game reviewer and website editor with over 10 years of experience. He was Editor in Chief of Slide To Play, an iOS game review site, and has been a panelist and judge for the International Mobile Gaming Awards. He has also written for GameSpot.com, 1up.com, and Ripten.com, and worked as a qualitative analyst for major video game industry clients. His all-time favorite console series include Metal Gear Solid, God of War, and Grand Theft Auto.
Author / Editor
Doc has been fascinated by videogames since before they were fun. He's worked in the games industry as a writer, designer, and tester. VR is something of an obsession for him, and he believes it's the most exciting development in gaming since Pong. His favorite VR games are Superhot, Sairento Untethered, Racket Fury, Skyrim VR, I Expect You to Die, and Beat Saber. His favorite non-VR games are The Witcher 3, Super Mario Odyssey, Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Resident Evil 4, and Return of the Obra Dinn.
Author / Trello-Magician
Tim Wilson has been a lover of videogames since the Nintendo 64. Currently, he enjoys spending time on his PS4, Switch, and of course his Quest. Being new to VR, he is excited for the future of the medium. His favorite genres are RPGs and puzzlers. His all-time favorite titles on consoles include Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Horizon Zero Dawn, and Assassin's Creed Odyssey.
Lori has loved video and computer games since her first encounter with Mario on her best friend’s original Nintendo. She grew up mostly playing computer games and loves RPGs. Lori is now a law student living in a small apartment with her husband and dog. Her favorite Quest game at the moemt is I Expect You To Die, and her favorite game of all time is still Zork.
Author / Saxophonist
An avid gamer since his parents gave in and bought a secondhand PS2, Corey has spent years honing his skills and refining his tastes. His passion for the more active and immersive nature of VR stemming from as far back as the 2004 animation 'Code Lyoko'. His previous flat fixations include Battlefield 3, The Division, For Honor, and animes such as SAO and Log Horizon. While his favourite genres are currently FPS and MMORPGs, he's excited by the endless possibilities the future of VR holds.
Jan started out with an Atari 2600, but caught serious gaming fire when the original Xbox was released and couldn’t stop playing Halo ever since. He considers untethered VR the next big thing and moved from Go to Quest recently. While he still believes that nothing will ever touch the Halo series in its entire glory he really enjoys Superhot, Vader Immortal and the ability to actually workout in VR. What a time to be alive!
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