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Gran Turismo Sport, though not a numbered sequel is quite a large game from Polyphony Digital. The vision for this edition is to get people to race against each other and compete online with great emphasis on sportsmanship. This title was a little worrying as it was built solely as an online game, with a...

The developers at CCP games have been particularly intelligent with the terminology used advertising their new PSVR title, Sparc. Some might presume the...

The beauty and advantage of VR is its ability to immerse you into a world like nothing else. Take control of your character and see the world through...

Superhot debuted back in February of last year, the slow motion mechanic pair with movement was revolutionary and taught players to slow down in order...

PlayStation VR has already taken the leap of immersion by putting us inside the game; paired with some 5.1 surround sound headphones you can totally escape...

Fated: The Silent Oath is one of the first attempts of story-telling in VR; it isn’t a movie, or a game with platforming or combat, but rather a mixture...

DiRT Rally was released way back in December 2015, so you may be surprised to hear that Codemasters are still supporting the title with DLC. Not any old...

From its initial reveal, it was immediately clear that Robinson: The Journey would be one of the best looking games on PlayStation VR. It features a lush...

Eve Valkyrie is a space combat game by CCP Games that was released to much acclaim for the Oculus Rift back in March 2016. Now almost seven months on,...

Many years in the making, the PlayStation VR has been something we’ve been looking forward to here at PlayStationing.com. Ever since the code name “Morpheus”...

There are a handful of VR games that put you in the cockpit of a vehicle, some allow you full control and others are basically on rails. Thankfully Battlezone...