Eye of the Temple is an immersive puzzler that perhaps relies a bit too heavily on its locomotion system to keep you entertained. It's rewarding, but brief, and could have used more variety.
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.
In Cosmonious High, the player, usually referred to by some variation of 'New kid', is the first enrollee from the 'Prismi' species at the eponymous intergalactic institution.
Tarzan VR promises many things. It promises that you'll play as the titular character. It promises that you'll swing on vines, swim, climb trees, and fight your way through three episodes of the game.
The Wizards - Dark Times sees you play the role of (you guessed it) a wizard! Set in a fantasy world called Meliora.
Vanishing Grace is full of weird exposition and muddy philosophy, and half-baked ideas that just come off as convoluted nonsense.
Trover Saves the Universe is an adult humor game from Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland. It's full of cartoonish gore, potty talk, and a handful of mind-f@#!s.
Freediver: Triton Down attempts something more than the usual 'watching a shark swim past the cage' experiences, offering an exciting narrative married to unique swimming locomotion.
Like Zelda, Journey of the Gods is an action-adventure tasking the player with rescuing a cutely-rendered land.
Like any good vacation, you’ll be sad when Vacation Simulator is over, but because of the enormous amount of activities, you’ll want to check in again.
If Espire 1 is in this state and deemed fit for full-price release, I can't even imagine what it must have been like when they decided to delay it.
A game in which you play a man strapped tightly to a chair, using a laser pointer taped to his forehead, who can only communicate by nodding or shaking his head.