Breakout meets Pong in this fun (though a little spartan) Squash VR game. It’s a little rough around the edges, but once those edges are polished up there’s a potentially lovely gem of an experience here.
The compact dynamo’s double tally of the Football Writers’ Association and Premier League Professional Footballers’ Association Players’ Player of the Year (that’s a mouthful to say) is probably the least controversial duo of individual awards one can imagine. Capping this off with the PFA Fan’s Player of the Year should only be a formality, barring a global brainwashing or apocalypse scenario.
It can sometimes be difficult to explain him to people who don’t watch football. If you like comics then think of him as “Multiple Man” from Marvel’s lesser followed X-teams. The only time you might see one of him is right at the beginning of the game. Afterwards you might struggle to see fewer than six of him on the pitch at once.
It’s always fun to throw about some stats:
1st highest back-to-back Premier league titles with different clubs (Leicester 2016, Chelsea 2017)
2nd highest tackler in the league this season (114)
6th highest passer in the league this season (2011 passes)
5th highest interceptions in the league this season (79)
0 Career Red Cards
Who would have thought that the wealthy Premier League’s first genuine challenge to the Messi-Ronaldo hegemony of La Liga is a small Frenchman of Malian descent who you could be forgiven for initially calling a workhorse, just once…
This Virtual Reality Human Body Educational Experience (think a virtual reality version of the film Fantastic Voyage) is geared towards schoolchildren. It is quite short, but as a free experience it is hard to criticise something which is aiming to combine education with some entertainment for kids, particularly given that there aren’t that many similar experiences. The same team is releasing an Anatomy Viewer as well, a Beta of which is included in this application.
A social virtual reality sports center experience on the HTC Vive. Bags of fun, with a nice community experience. Will be interesting to see how it evolves as VR becomes more mainstream.
Hands-on for the immersive Star Wars Virtual Reality experience on the HTC Vive.
Wielding a lightsaber and deflecting blaster fire is the highlight of this short but enjoyable foray into Luke Skywalker’s homeworld.