VRB 02: Hot for VR

It is hot. Too hot! But is it too hot for VR? The answer is possibly yes but we braved the conditions and managed to emerge safely with another episode of VRB. Our new show for everything VR related with hosts; Kev, Diarmuid and Tim donning their sweaty headsets and then reporting back to you with the following findings.

Past: We discuss our favourite VR wave shooters so far.

Present: What We’VR been playing, including; DetachedNaked Sun, Ultrawings, Esper and Budget Cuts.

Future: Discussing this week’s VR news and upcoming highlights, including;

  • Quick mention of the VR games Tim played at Develop Brighton. You can hear more about that on this podcast special: BRB UK 301.5 Develop Brighton 2018
  • World’s first VR Waterslide Park opens in Germany
  • Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice VR Coming to Oculus Rift and HTC Vive
  • Star Trek: Bridge Crew The Next Generation DLC out now for PC VR Headsets
  • Sega Mega Drive Classics gets FREE VR Update
  • Megaton Rainfall Coming to Oculus Rift and HTC Vive in August

Now that you’ve reached the bottom of this post, we’d like to say a big thanks for listening to this episode of VRB. did you know that you don’t just have to listen to this show through the website? You can directly download the show in a handy mp3 format here or even subscribe using iTunes, RSS or Spotify.

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