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10 More Oculus Quest Game Reviews - Part 3

If you're a regular reader here at Opium Pulses, you might remember a series of game reviews we did in the months following the release of the Oculus Quest.As the Oculus Quest 2 recently released around the world, we're starting a new series of reviews featuring old and new titles that we haven't shared with readers here before.Read part two here: https://www.opiumpulses.com/article/411/10-more-oculus-quest-game-reviews-p2Let’s start in alphabetical order, simply ‘cause it's prettier…BlastonMore simply described as a 1v1 online duelling game, the concept of which most will be familiar with if they’ve seen almost any Wild West movie, but this time with a more

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10 More Oculus Quest Game Reviews - Part 2

If you're a regular reader here at Opium Pulses, you might remember a series of game reviews we did in the months following the release of the Oculus Quest.As the Oculus Quest 2 recently released around the world, we're starting a new series of reviews featuring old and new titles that we haven't shared with readers here before.Read part one here: https://www.opiumpulses.com/article/407/10-more-oculus-quest-game-reviews-p1Let’s start in alphabetical order, simply ‘cause it's prettier…A Fisherman's TaleNot what we were expecting going into this game all, for a start we expected it to have a lot more to do with fishing that it does. But we’re

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10 Oculus Go Game Mini-Reviews (Farewell Article)

Today we’re doing something a little different from our usual reviews. Now that both the Oculus Quest 1 and 2 have been released, some people may be getting the cheaper but still solid first-time-VR-user worthy ‘Oculus Go’ for Christmas this year. For just £100-150 for a new Oculus Go, without the need for mobile phones or powerful computers, now is the perfect time to pick up (or at least ask Santa for one).We still have a lot of love and appreciation for this headset and what it does for introducing curious gamers to the world of virtual reality. Another reason for

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10 More Oculus Quest Game Reviews - Part 1

If you're a regular reader here at Opium Pulses, you might remember a series of game reviews we did in the months following the release of the Oculus Quest.As the Oculus Quest 2 recently released around the world, we're starting a new series of reviews featuring old and new titles that we haven't shared with readers here before.Let’s start in alphabetical order, simply ‘cause it's prettier…Arizona SunshineWe’re starting off with a big-hitter here. Arizona Sunshine was and still is to some degree the headline zombie shooter title in VR, especially considering the whole campaign is playable in co-op. Unlike most wave-shooters

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The Untapped Potential of VR Applications

VR has been on the market for a while now, but has been a bit hot and cold in terms of impact and impression. Despite the technology’s rather mediocre launch though, it has gradually managed to carve out a niche for itself, and now has quite a few popular games and ideas going for it. This has made VR gaming worth exploring for a lot of people - but it's also led us to speculate endlessly about what other exciting concepts could further improve the medium. Below are a few particularly intriguing untapped ideas that could take VR gaming to new

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