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Viveport Review: Guns'n'Stories: Bulletproof VR Play a story-driven, first-person wave shooter that stands out in a crowded genre by doing just about everything right. By Bill Loguidice, Greenlit Content First-person wave shooters are among the most common gaming genres in virtual reality. This take on old-fashioned shooting galleries commonly features many different types of weapons, various defensive capabilities like ducking and dodging, and a limited player movement area, as waves of typically fast-moving enemies intent on your demise emerge from on- and off-screen loca
Viveport Review: Fruit Ninja VR The fruit-slicing, bomb-avoiding mobile smash hit is back and more immersive than ever. By Bill Loguidice, Greenlit Content When it was first released back in 2010, Fruit Ninja took the mobile gaming world by storm. From there, it received ports to various other platforms, including Microsoft's Xbox 360 console with Kinect, and even the arcade. In most versions of the game, players use a touchscreen to slice and splatter fruit, all while avoiding bombs, which are explosive when touched. In the Xbox 360 version, Fruit Ninja Kinect, the Kinect
Viveport Review: ReMind VR: Daily Meditation Become more relaxed and mindful through three different types of meditative experiences. By Bill Loguidice, Greenlit Content Meditation is probably as popular today as it's ever been. In our stressful world of work, partisan politics, social media, always-on technology, and general hustle-and-bustle of everyday life, it's no surprise that many of us seek out techniques for a daily reset. This mentally clear and emotionally calm state, where stress, anxiety, depression, and even pain can be greatly reduced, can be achieved through
Viveport Review: Starbear: Taxi Take remote control of Starbear’s taxi as you help him move passengers in a miniature world full of bandit raccoons and other wily obstacles. By Bill Loguidice, Greenlit Content Following in the tradition of classics like Muse's Space Taxi (1984) and Sega's Crazy Taxi (1999), Starbear: Taxi takes the mundane task of conveying passengers from one destination to another for a fee and makes it fun. Like its predecessors, Starbear: Taxi accomplishes this feat by setting its action in an outrageous world with quirky passengers and crazy obstacles to ov