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‘Asgard’s Wrath’ Behind-the-scenes – Insights & Artwork from Sanzaru Games and Oculus Studios

‘Asgard’s Wrath’ Behind-the-scenes – Insights & Artwork from Sanzaru Games and Oculus Studios

Sanzaru Games has been working closely with Oculus Studios since the early days of the Oculus Rift. And while the studio has three other VR games to its name, none of them come close to the scale of Asgard’s Wrath—in fact, Oculus believes that the game is the largest VR production to date. In speaking ...

The Most Interesting Thing About Quest Tethering is What it Says About Next-gen Oculus Headsets

The Most Interesting Thing About Quest Tethering is What it Says About Next-gen Oculus Headsets

Oculus announced last month that Quest will soon be able to play Oculus games on PC via a new feature called Oculus Link. Though Oculus Link will immediately add big boost in value to existing Quest headsets, perhaps even more interesting is what this announcement tells us about next-gen Oculus headsets. Oculus Link ...

Vive Cosmos Review – A Decent Headset Up Against Stiff Competition

Vive Cosmos Review – A Decent Headset Up Against Stiff Competition

Vive Cosmos has arrived and takes HTC’s consumer headset ambitions in a somewhat different direction. Three and a half years after the launch of the original Vive, Cosmos finds itself in a rather strange competitive landscape where it simultaneously must defend itself from a longstanding rival on the low-end and ...

Hands-on: Vive Cosmos Aims to Reboot the Vive Experience

Hands-on: Vive Cosmos Aims to Reboot the Vive Experience

HTC’s latest VR headset, Vive Cosmos, is just around the corner. This week Road to VR got a preview of the headset ahead of its October 3rd launch. In a meeting at HTC’s Vive office in San Francisco this week, I got to go hands-on with the Vive Cosmos headset. Though the headset is just a few weeks from ...

Have You Played… Enter The Matrix?

Have You Played… Enter The Matrix?

Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day, perhaps for all time.If you played Max Payne, you basically played Enter The Matrix. It was like that pastiche slo-mo shooter, except you had the music from The Matrix trilogy following you as you bullet-timed across rooftops and ...