Tin Salamunic: Forget guns, deaths, aliens or zombies. Forget running around drab war torn landscapes while dodging bullets and scrambling for ammo. World of Diving isn’t about scoring achievements or climbing charts. It’s an invitation to explore and discover. No pressure. Describing a game as tranquilizing may not seem like a compliment, but World of Diving’s ethereal atmosphere and beautiful environments deliver unforgettable moments of awe and serenity. It is refreshing, unique and expertly crafted. While still in Early Access, developer Vertigo Games has released a substantial amount of content, including VR support for those lucky enough to have Oculus Rift. There are several beautifully designed underwater environments waiting to be surveyed and photographed. Twenty dollars is a small asking price for what may be the most realistic diving simulator to date.