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Originally beginning as a company making branded Google Cardboard headsets, LA-based Knoxlabs has continually expanded its product lineup over the years. The company has now ventured into social virtual...

Did you know Fast & Furious Crossroads existed before last week, when the game was released on PlayStation 4, Windows PC, and Xbox One? The game enjoyed almost zero buzz, aside from a trailer debut...

Hot on the heels of Funko’s first PlayStation-themed series of Pops comes a second wave that highlights another four of Sony’s most beloved gaming characters. Twisted Metal, The Last of Us,...

It has been some months since VRFocus last heard about Stonepunk Studios’ upcoming virtual reality (VR) title Tarzan VR. Leveraging the iconic IP into VR for the very first time, publisher Fun Train...

Virtual reality (VR) developer Mark Schramm – who now works for Superhot – has created a number of immersive titles over the years, one of the best being Gravity Lab. Originally released for...

Of late there haven’t really been any decent virtual reality (VR) videogames involving dinosaurs and that’s a real shame. The last major ones were from a couple of years back, such as Island...

The first-person shooter genre is well-worn territory, but 2016’s Superhot effectively innovated by creating a unique scenario where the action only unfolds when you move. The result was a more strategic,...

Cloudhead Games may have added a couple of extra days onto the original launch window but PlayStation VR owners can now relish in the visceral gameplay that is Pistol Whip. Check out VRFocus’ gameplay...

When EA Sports revealed UFC 4 earlier this month, it promised major changes across its career mode, which is far and away the most popular destination for players when they start up the game. While the...

Inside an early version of Microsoft Flight Simulator, my tiny bush plane is perched at the far end of an airstrip that the locals call Lukla Airport. As a native of the flatlands of Illinois, it’s one...