Author Archives: James Newburrie

O! My Genesis VR

In 1989, a small studio called Bullfrog released a seminal game that created an entire genre.  It was a strategy game with a small difference: the player was quite simply a god. The original Amiga release sold well enough to … Continue reading

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Wayward Sky (VR)

If you were alive in the 90s, chances are you played a game like King’s Quest, or Leisure Suit Larry – Sierra made it’s name on the point and click adventure. My personal favorite was the Space Quest Series, although … Continue reading

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DiRT Rally (VR)

Some games are just too damn hard.  You end up spending your life feeling sad that you bought them.  Sometimes that difficulty-curve is exactly why the game exists, and the developers are proud of that.  DiRT Rally is one of … Continue reading

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Eagle Flight (VR)

Most developers are having problems adapting to VR and the dross they’re releasing is a threat to a really promising and fun platform. The triple-A studios see all of these users who just spent several hundred dollars on a VR … Continue reading

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