Jon Favreau on the power of Virtual Reality and ADR1FT

“I really like Adr1ft…” Read…

ADR1FT The Video Games Review: 8.0

“ADR1FT is a graphical masterpiece” Read…

ADR1FT DigitalChumps Review: 8.4

“ADR1FT is an immersive and intense first-person experience” Read…

ADR1FT PushStartPlay Review: 9/10

“ADR1FT is an exceptional experience” Read…

ADR1FT Forbes Review: 8/10

“An Evocative, Tense Space Thriller Unlike Anything You’ve Played” Read…

ADR1FT Destructoid Review: 8/10

“ADR1FT is one of the first “must-have” games for VR.” Read…

ADR1FT Game Informer Review: 8/10

“Alone And Hanging By A Thread” Read…

VICE

“The Struggle of Navigating Life, Twitter and the Games Industry” Read…

Playboy

“Bowie, Beethoven and Weezer: The Musical Inspirations Behind ADR1FT” Read…

Forbes

“How VR and the oculus Rift Made Adam Orth Excited About Video Games Again” Read…

Playboy

“What’s the Point of a Cherry Blossom Tree in Space?” Read…

Kotaku

“A Few Hours With ADR1FT, The Astronaut Survival Game Born From Trauma” Read…

VICE MOTHERBOARD

“ADR1FT is the First Real VR Game” Read…

Kill Screen

“ADR1FT and the loneliness of digital worlds” Read…

Polygon

“Going to church in outer space with Adrift and Adam Orth” Read…

The Verge

“Creating ADR1FT: The space survival game that will make you love VR” Read…

Forbes

“Why Imaginary Catastrophes Make The Most Of Virtual Reality” Read…

New York Times

“Big-Budget Blockbusters Dominate Fall Video Games” Read…

Mashable

“ADR1FT brings your childhood dream of being an astronaut to life” Read…

LA Times

“Ten games that made a lasting impression at E3 2015” Read…

The Wayfaring Dreamer

“A Conversation with Adam Orth” Read…

Engadget

“A video game as metaphor: How a Twitter freakout inspired Adr1ft” Read…

Mashable

“Adr1ft brings your childhood dream of being an astronaut to life — in virtual reality” Read…

LA Times

“ADR1FT” Helps Shamed Game Designer Pull His Life Back Together” Read…

CNET

“ADR1FT: Beautiful Space Survival” Read…

CNET

“How ADR1FT got me to believe in VR” Read…

IGN

“9 Minutes of ADR1FT” Read…

Hardcore Gamer

“ADR1FT: The Game That Saved A Man’s Life” Read…

IGN

“Adam Orth details how his struggles inspired ADR1FT” Read…

Game Informer

“A New Genre, The FPX” Read…

Forbes

“15 Minutes With ‘Adr1ft’: Weightless, Terrified, And Mesmerized” Read…

MTV

“ADR1FT’: Our Hands-On Game Preview Left Us Shaking And Out of Breath” Read…

Polygon

“How First-Person Shooter Fatigue Led To The Serene Beauty Of ADRIFT” Read…

Shack News

“How ADR1FT could be Oculus Rift’s secret weapon.” Read…

NPR – All Things Considered

“I had this deeply emotional feeling of being transported, an intensity I’d never felt before in the game.” Read…

Hollywood Reporter

“ADR1FT straddles games and the cinematic experience. … Also you learn about yourself through the struggle. It’s an introspective, emotional experience.” Read…

USA Today

“The premise is simple but breathtaking, especially played on the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset.” Read…

CBS

“What surprised me the most were the emotions that I feel from actually being in the world. You’re able to have these moments where the player goes, `Oh, wow!’ They’re not manufactured at all.'” Read…

Yahoo

“It’s a moody, introspective affair, focusing on zero-gravity puzzles rather than shooting aliens — and it’s downright mesmerizing.” Read…

Venturebeat

” I was a little sad when Orth tapped me on the shoulder after a few minutes, saying my time in Adr1ft had come to an end.” Read…

Polygon – E3 2014

“I floated as far as I could and started admiring earth from orbit. Then, for no apparent reason, I looked down where my feet should have been, planted on the ground. Instead, I saw infinite space. Here in the real world, I nearly fell over. I may have said, ‘Holy shit.'” Read…

Polygon – Breathing Lessons

“It is a moment of immense serenity, there is something deeply calming about the silence found in this wreckage, the idea that the worst has come and gone and you have survived it.” Read…

Kotaku

“The gameplay possibilities of zero-g first-person exploration are enormous. The setting is also rapturous as the player floats above the Earth. The scene is quiet and beautiful.” Read…