Dive deep into a stream of beats and slash your way to greatness. A wide range of restrictions and challenges keeps this VR rhythm title challenging and riveting.
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes is one of the best multiplayer games out there. How does it hold up on the Switch? Find out in our review!
Play a bomb-flinging superhero at war with UFOs in Megaton Rainfall. But is this game really the bomb? Read our full review.
Attack of the Bugs takes you on a journey back through ’50s drive-in creature feature tropes via ’80s VHS sleepover nights in a tower defense rail shooter. How does it stack up? Read our review!
WonderCon 2017 offered mostly mainstream games and comic books, but there are a few gems of interest to IGR readers, as well. Read our report.
Glitchspace is a surprisingly accessible first-person puzzle game that incorporates rudimentary programming elements. Read our full review.
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!
Sony opened up the VR floodgates at E3 2016. See some of the titles that have us eager to strap on the headgear.
IndieCade Festival 2016 is fast approaching, and indie game developers just have a few weeks left to submit games for consideration. Read on for details!
The Mars 2030 Experience is a free, cross-platform virtual reality simulation in development by NASA. Read inside for more details.
The Cartoon Network reveals Adventure Time: Magic Man’s Mind Games for Samsung Gear. Finn and Jake fight in VR space against a vibrant world filled with foes.
With SprintR, Exis Interactive claims to bring realistic running, walking and movement to your VR experience. Read more about this futuristic foot pad.
Ryerson University was the scene for Toronto’s largest collection of Virtual and Augmented Reality exhibits. Read our full coverage of VAR 2015.
ViSR is a lightweight device that works with your smartphone to bring you the VR experience for a much smaller price tag. Get the info for this Kickstarter.
IndieGameReviewer.com reviews opening night of the theatrical world premiere in Culver City of “The Nether” by playwright Jennifer Haley and directed by Neel Keller – a story about the implications addiction to life in virtual worlds