VRTO (Virtual Reality Toronto) launched their first major event this weekend. Read our recap on the latest VR games, film, art…even ethics and philosophy!
The Hand Eye Society, a Toronto-based videogame arts organization, moved its annual fancy society ball to the recently converted Masonic Temple at Yonge and Davenport for a sold out night of indie games, custom drinks and brain-melting music. IGR was there…
Devolver Digital and Steam are teaming up for a Publisher Weekend sale on six dozen games and films. Read the article to check out a few of our favorites.
Ryerson University was the scene for Toronto’s largest collection of Virtual and Augmented Reality exhibits. Read our full coverage of VAR 2015.
Out now on Steam, GameLoading: Rise of the Indies is a new full-length documentary covering the independent video game scene.
Indie Game Reviewer tests the much-touted VR headset. Truly, you can’t get your head around the Oculus Rift until you get the Oculus Rift around your head.
VIDEO: IGR interviews indie game developer Ty Taylor at the IndieCade game festival and conference in Culver City, California about his XNA-built puzzle-platformer “The Bridge” one of the PAX 10 in 2012.