Microsoft today confirmed that Xbox One games will be able to be streamed to Oculus Rift when a special new app is released next month. From 12 December, the app will use your home network to stream. Xbox titles will

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Update: NBA 2K17 virtual reality support has now been confirmed by 2K. The support is available on PS4 with PlayStation VR, PC with HTC Vive and on mobile with Samsung Gear VR. Support begins later today. “Our team consistently looks for

Star Wars: Battlefront will see two new sets of content in December. The game’s VR experience will be available from 6 December, using none other than PS VR. The download will be free to anyone owning the base game. Later,

Exploring the show floor at PAX Australia this year, there was a noticeable spike in the presence of virtual reality titles. With almost half of the ‘PAX Rising’ indie area devoted to taped-off VR spaces,  it was exciting to see

One constant of the Carnival Games franchise is it embraces new methods of control. Carnival Games was there for the debut of Wii, Kinect and 3DS, the only new control scheme it shunned was the ill-fated Move. It shouldn’t be

Another year of PAX AUS is behind us, providing a weekend full of games, parties and overpriced con-food. Whether you spent the weekend wandering the expo floor, sitting in on panels or waiting for hours in line to just pick

It’s that time of year again: the month before Christmas when PR firms email out their gift guides suggestions. This year, the firm representing Sony PlayStation nailed it, offering up consoles and titles actually available at retail when Santa normally rolls

Activision today announced that Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare‘s Jackal Assault VR Experience will be free to all users on PS4. Requiring PlayStation VR, the content is “available to all PS4 owners, not just for players who have purchased [Infinite Warfare],” Activision

Sitting down with Phil Spencer last month in Sydney, the Head of Xbox discussed where virtual reality sits in his plan for both Xbox One and Windows PC gaming. “I don’t know, just to be honest,” Spencer began. “I love

The lead up to holiday 2016 is not disappointing. No matter your platform of choice, November is certain to offer you up a game or two. Here’s what to expect over November 2016 here in Australia*: Call of Duty: Infinite

Review: Pixel Gear

Before cameras and wands buried the genre of novelty controls, single purpose peripherals had some great moments. Fishing rods, bongo sets, maracas, 40 button mech cockpits and king of them all, light guns. Oasis Games wants in on the necromancy Oculus,

Superhypercube is my favourite game of the PlayStation VR launch. It is the game I continue to come back to, the game that leaves me weary from ducking and weaving around neon shapes for hours at a time. I want

Review: Here They Lie

I didn’t think it was possible, but PlayStation VR finally made me throw up. Driveclub VR didn’t do it. VR Worlds’ VR Luge didn’t do it – but Here They Lie certainly did. A horror title developed by The Tangentleman,

VR is in a curious place at the moment. It’s still quite new, and while many sectors of the gaming industry are fully exploring the possibilities, we still aren’t completely sure if it’s the next big thing. The potential for

Review: Headmaster

Another of the launch titles for PlayStation VR, Headmaster simplifies your virtual reality experience to a single mechanic. Forgoing the use of any controllers, it instead uses the motion tracking of the headset to present you wit one simple task: