The Cave VR

The Cave VR

Awesome game, we had a great time experiencing fears on the simulation section, then we challenge each other playing on the arcade game, it is a funny and really exciting game.

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

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:( It looked so promising…but felt like a poor man’s Richies plank experience…sorry they cost the same….. a wanna be Richies plank experience. Somehow the tension just wasn’t there. Disk space freed.

UPDATE. Since I posted my oroginal review the devs have added an arcade style option which does in fact add some fun (and tension) to the game. It’s not going to keep you entertained for very long but it does make it something worth gettng out to play as part of a pot of games in a party or with the family. With the revised price this is a value for rmoney intro to Room scale VR.

Real player with 0.3 hrs in game

The Cave VR on Steam



I absolutely love this game. I’d recommend making the list smaller when it is at it’s biggest. Her largest list was 25 degrees to starboard with her smallest list being 6 degrees. If it is gonna be that big then don’t make her settle up that high at first, it makes it look unrealistic. Make the lifeboats launch later as that was too soon. Lastly, add a head trim to it. Nevertheless I do recommend this game. TBH, for now I could care less about the mistakes now since as it was released an hour ago as of writing this review.

Real player with 6.4 hrs in game

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This is a great game you should make another game like this one make a game called Carpathia and oceanic and queen Mary on steam make it simulation games like this one with the ship I named the next game make the one called Carpathia it got hit by a torpedo to just like the Lusitania and in the next update of the game make the funnels fall but make the next game called Carpathia

Real player with 4.8 hrs in game

Lusitania on Steam



It might need a little bit of tweaking (at the time of this review), but I HIGHLY recommend this game!

The rules -

Ship hits mine, you go to the lifeboats (not too early or too late) and survive!

I’ve already both killed and survived my player time and again (including jumping off the props!) LOL

Enjoy! :)

Real player with 35.0 hrs in game

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While to game is a little buggy at times and there is some minor details missing, I thoroughly enjoyed it. You really do get a real feeling of impending danger and suspense. I hope the developer keeps refining and adding to this game as there isn’t much out there on the “forgotten” Olympic class sister. Recommended…

Real player with 16.3 hrs in game

Britannic on Steam

Metro Explosion Simulator

Metro Explosion Simulator

This game is the pure embodiment of pain.

Real player with 1.0 hrs in game

It’s certainly not the worst thing I’ve ever played but it’s not got anywhere near enough content to warrant a positive rating.

Being an indie game built using Unreal Engine 4, you can expect fps drops as low as 1 frame per second with any scripted sequence.

There’s literally no story to this. Just a guy on his way home/to work on a subway train and it explodes. You either die in the flames or pray to the developer to wake up. That’s essentially all this game is. Oh and you can pay to advertise within the game if this screenshot is anything to go by:

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

Metro Explosion Simulator on Steam



edit after the recent updates

Dragon ride is more incredible again the best dragon game we could wish and has a lot of new modes

rhytm and ride it is awesome ,we can use swords and a ot of others weapons in rythm with music

the free fly mode is wonderfull , we could not have more the feeling to be on a dragon on the air , on the ground , in the water ( with a lot of customisation to unlock)

and mini games modes amazing like using crossbow with power up or do treasure hunt to find the eggs of the dragon and where giant crossbows try to kill you

Real player with 88.7 hrs in game

Full disclosure - I was involved in early testing for this game. I can tell you the lead developer is really respoinsive and a joy to work with. That’s the reason this game keeps getting better, and is well worth the $$. Aside from that, this is an honest review for a really fun, must-have in my opinion, VR game that’s for everyone. I love dragons myself, like just about everyone that’s faithfully watched Game of Thrones, or any other similar story, the dragons are the best part. I had been looking for a dragon-riding game and this is one of the best.

Real player with 9.9 hrs in game

DragonRideVR on Steam

Spaceship Commander

Spaceship Commander

Good game from my perspective. Fills that spot between Stellar Tactics and Wayward Terran Frontier: Zero Falls. Can’t wait for this game to mature. Pretty sure my standards are not the same as everybody else’s. I see lots of potential in this game and I hope my hope for potential from this game is not doused later. So try it out for yourself if you are interested enough to play.

Real player with 26.5 hrs in game

The Devs of this game despite having a fair few negative reviews have remained strong and kept working on this game instead of just giving up like so many others have.

This game from what I have played of it so far is genuinely pretty good and I think has received a bad rep by people who wanted a quick go and then refund it without giving it a full run.

Keep it up guys.

Real player with 2.8 hrs in game

Spaceship Commander on Steam

Yuki Onna | 雪女

Yuki Onna | 雪女

Yuki Onna is another great PS1 inspired title from Chillas Art, and fixed all the major problems I had with Aka Manto.

The sole reason why I am not able to recommend it in its current state, is because of a bug/glitch I encountered, which was over half of the time the reason why I lost my progress. If I decided to run any stairs up from the Yuki Onna, I found myself stuck on the stairs, what seems like a texture glitch. The Yuki Onna somehow clips into me, making it impossible to move anywhere. The same happens once she is in her second form. If she gets too close, or I try to run past her, I get stuck inside her, unable to move yet again. My own failure is acceptable, but this makes it beyond frustrating.

Real player with 14.2 hrs in game

This game is really good. You explore what appears to be an abandoned onsen trying to rescue three children who’ve been kidnapped by Yuki Onna, and if she sees you, then she’ll chase you down and freeze you until you die. It has PS1-style graphics that are very-well suited for this type of game; the low fidelity of the models and textures combine well with the dark, claustrophobic setting for a surreal and very eerie effect. Yuki Onna herself is relatively scary the first couple times you see her, but as she continues appearing you eventually get desensitized to the scare, and since the game doesn’t have any other spooky tricks, don’t expect to be shivering in fear the whole time. There are also a couple jokes, just enough to keep the game from being too dour without spoiling the atmosphere.

Real player with 11.1 hrs in game

Yuki Onna | 雪女 on Steam

A letter to you!

A letter to you!

I was one of the backers on kickstarter for this game and got it free and had early access but it had glitches and it’s sad budget was low did not reach more stretch goals which would of improved game. Some of the gameplay is similar to Pineview Drive where you look for keys for rooms and monsters appear at times, there are two chase scenes of a big guy after you who moves fast. You get a zip lighter and can hold it whole time similar to Amnesia A machine for pigs where you can use lantern which never runs out.

Real player with 7.5 hrs in game

Hard pass on this game for $17.99. I purchased it at $12.99 and started a YT series on it. The game was so glitchy you couldn’t in progress in the game. So I would wait, they would fix it and it would break my save points. So I had to start the game over twice before I could even finish it. By the end, the game had been ruined for me because of how broken the game was. Once the game is done, there is absolutely zero reasons to ever play this game again. No replay value at all. They have since fixed the game, so if you’re new, the game might be fun from start to finish with no issues. I would totally recommend this game at a price of $5 or less, but not for $18.

Real player with 4.6 hrs in game

A letter to you! on Steam



If you have a friend you kindly offered this game to, and he recommends it to mistake you, indeed you don’t have a friend :))

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

Delirium on Steam

Hospitality VR

Hospitality VR

Stars received: 2.5/10 _ Note: v.5 [0.0 to 1] = personal impressions

[0] Controls & Training & Help

[0] Menu & Settings

[0.3] Sound & Music

[0.5] Graphics

[0.4] Game Design

[0.4] Game Story

[0] Game Content

[0.2] Completion time (level/game)?

[0.2] is it Enjoyable & Fun?

[0] Could it hold a spot in Favorites? (& if the Game can be repeatedly played again)

[0] BONUS point: Multi-Player related

[0.5] BONUS point: Review for VR

[N] - if Registration is required with providing PII

Game description key-points: 12 minutes of horror “supposed to be” experience

Real player with 1.1 hrs in game

Hospitality VR can’t decide what type of horror it wants to use and as a result can’t properly scare or entertain anyone.

It starts like tasteful slow horror with it’s good lighting and realistic environment but ends up showing you poorly made monsters on full display, standing in a bright light for several seconds. That breaks any suspense or immersion that was built before.

At the same time, Hospitality VR has very little jumpscares and no screamers, so fans of more direct horror would also be bored by it.

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

Hospitality VR on Steam