I have a special affinity for VR games that find unique ways to overcome the issue of stationary locomotion. Teleportation works fine, but it breaks immersion and distracts from the game a bit. This is where Phantom: Covert Ops excels. They took the most difficult genre for VR locomotion—a first-person shooter—and found a way to make the awkwardness diegetic.
LucidSound has been my go-to headset company for a few years now. This new iteration of their flagship headset assure me that trend will continue. The LS41s follow their predecessors in their comfortable ear cup design, flexibility in use, and quality sound. The LS41 headset makes some big new changes. Let’s dive in to those upgrades.
This is likely one of few reviews of Job Simulator in 2019. It is likely one of fewer that reviews it after having played Owlchemy Labs’ recent successor to Job Simulator, Vacation Simulator. When comparing the two, Vacation Simulator is infinitely more fleshed out, polished, and extensive. Flatly, it’s more fun. But, that’s not to say Job Simulator isn’t also worthy of your time.
Since getting a VR system, I’ve been looking for what might be the platform’s HALO, Call of Duty, or likewise FPS must-have. There are a few that exist, but most are adaptations of existing games. Even fewer take into account the unique opportunities or—perhaps more importantly—limitations of VR interactions.
Job Simulator has become a staple of VR systems. It’s always at or near the top of VR owners’ “must have” list. So, when Saving Content decided to start diving into that virtual realm, we knew anything by Owlchemy Labs was a great place to start. Conveniently, Vacation Simulator was recently released.
Our site last reviewed LucidSound’s LS30 Wireless Gaming Headset two years ago. It impressed me and it became my most used gaming headset for the better part of those past two years. So I was excited to see what changes had come along in the new model, the LiquidSound LS31 Wireless Gaming Headset.
Klein has actually had more time for games this year, and has rounded-up a powerful Top 10 Games he’s played in 2016. Yes, a few of them are from his 2015 list, but that doesn’t mean those games haven’t done something worthwhile to earn a place onto this year’s list – though, there sure is a lot of shooting on this list.
Klein is the sole designer of all that you see on this site. When he’s not team-killing you in a multiplayer game, he’s found many singleplayer games that grabbed his attention among his multiplayer-focused gaming habits during 2015.