Competition: Win a 3dRudder + Scraper: First Strike for PlayStation VR

Earlier this month Labrodex Studio launched its first-person shooter (FPS) Scraper: First Strike for PlayStation VR and next month will see 3dRudder release its compatible foot controller onto the North American market. So to celebrate, VRFocus has teamed up with both for an awesome competition, where you can win a 3dRudder and a copy of Scraper: First Strike.

Scraper: First Strike PSVR

3dRudder is a foot-based controller originally built for virtual reality (VR) headsets like Samsung Gear VR before supporting PC VR devices like Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. Now it’s the turn of PlayStation VR, enabling gamers to play titles such as The Mage’s Tale, Space Junkies, Telefrag VR, Sairento VR, The Wizards – Enhanced Edition and many more. Continue reading

Tarzan VR Will Swing Into Action Later This Year

Yesterday was the final day of the San-Diego Comic-Con 2019. As part of the event, Fun Train, the publisher behind virtual reality (AR) horror The Exorcist: Legion VR announced a new immersive title coming later this year, Tarzan VR.

Tarzan VR

Currently being developed by Stonepunk Studios, Tarzan VR will be an episodic adventure based on the classic Edgar Rice Burroughs novel Tarzan of the Apes, first published in 1912. The single-player videogame will feature a mix of exploration, combat, athletics and creature interaction, with the series designed as multiple serialized comic-style issues to conquer. Continue reading

Peace Island Could be the Purr-fect Open-World Adventure for Cat Lovers

Dog’s might be called ‘man’s best friend’ but that’s generally because they’re highly dependant on their owners. Cats, on the other hand, are a law unto themselves, one-minute loving and adoring the next nonchalant and dispassionate. It’s why if the human race suddenly vanished off the face of the earth, cats would probably do a lot better than dogs. In fact, that’s kind of what happens in Peace Island, an open-world adventure where you play a furry feline.

Peace Island is the brainchild of solo developer Eric Blumrich. Set on a remote Maine island, the basic concept is a mix science fiction, alternative history, and mystery, with a storyline that involves nine cats waking up to find their human companions have strangely disappeared. Continue reading

Sairento VR’s Physical Edition Coming to North American Shelves in August

Two weeks ago Mixed Realms and Perp Games released Sairento VR as a physical videogame for those European gamers that like an actual disk to go in their PlayStation VR collection. A North American edition was always on the cards, and now a release date has been confirmed.


Sairento VR for PlayStation VR has been available to NA players for just over a week via PlayStation Store, but for those interested in picking one up from retail shelves you’ll need to wait another four weeks, with the release taking place on Tuesday, 13th August. Continue reading

Escape Room Title Last Labyrinth Delayed Until Fall 2019

Japanese escape room title Last Labyrinth made its debut during the Tokyo Game Show (TGS) back in 2016 and was originally due for release this Spring before being pushed back to Summer. Today, developer Amata K.K. has announced that this date is being pushed back again, with a new launch window set for Fall 2019.

Last Labyrinth

The only reason the studio has given for the delay is that the videogame needs further polish before being released. This is still only estimated, with an exact date to be revealed in the near future. Continue reading

America’s Got Talent Troupe Light Balance Goes Virtual With AmazeVR

Ukrainian LED dance troupe Light Balance is known for its visually striking performances on shows like Britain’s Got Talent and America’s Got Talent. Now the group will be bringing its act to virtual reality (VR) thanks to a partnership between AmazeVR and Virtuality. 

AmazeVR Light Balance

Virtuality is the LA-based immersive entertainment startup that produces Light Balance, and with AmazeVR have created several exclusive experiences for the cloud-based platform. The new content features Light Balance performers dancing inside a 6K stereoscopic 360-environment, along with neon enhancements and original audio from EDM producer, Justified Noise. Continue reading