Drifting away. Wave after wave. And it feels like I'm drowning.
There were several virtual reality demos available throughout the week at this year's Consumer Electronics Show, but Adr1ft comes off as one of the most realistic-feeling, for better or worse. Shacknews recently tried the game out in VR.
Prepare to fight for survival as Adr1ft is launching in just a few months on PC, while consoles will get their chance shortly after its initial launch.
As a flood of games release this fall, here are the top action games to keep a close eye on.
The HTC Vive VR headset is due to release this fall, and the Oculus Rift will come out in 2016, but what is there to play on them? Don't worry, we've got you covered. Here are 10 games that have VR support, and are available right now. So, start building up your library and prepare to dive into the VR revolution.
Not much has been revealed about Payday 2 developer Overkill Software's take on The Walking Dead, but that's about to change next week when 505 Games brings it to E3 2015.
Adr1ft drops you out in space amid a destroyed space station, with no sense of who you are or what happened. It's up to you to survive, repair the station's critical systems, and find your way back to Earth. How is the game, where every breath could be your last, looking so far? Our impressions.
A hands-on demo of Adrift just ahead of tonight's trailer debut at The Game Awards showed impressive ambition, even as the studio remained tight-lipped on plot and gameplay details. Our preview.