If you want to play a funny, retro-arcade, bullet-hell, first-person-shooting VR game, this is the only title that satisfies such a niche craving. Some of the most fun you can have in VR!
Spell casting, puzzle solving and scavenger hunting in a fantasy world make a game than may be cumbersome to some, but invest a few hours and the world and its intricacies begin to show, leading to a relaxed and fun exploration title.
If the concept of exploring a beautiful rendition of the real-life red planet sounds exciting to you, then you’ll absolutely love this game/experience.
Sneaky Bears doesn't do a lot for the wave shooting genre and has lost much of the charm that carried the mobile version.
The Purge Day feels like the mobile port it is with bland visuals, basic gameplay and a short campaign.
It isn’t perfect, but if your looking for a platformer where you gotta duck and dodge death at every corner and get a little physical, than this is for you!
If you are into Stoner Rock and headbanging, this is for you. For everybody else, this is probably a pass.
Paranormal Activity: The Lost Soul strives for horror greatness but falls short with unnecessary gameplay options and a convoluted plot. Those faults aside, there are some scares to be had in this creepy house of horrors.
Neptune Flux tickles that exploration and puzzle solving itch. Coupled with an intriguing storyline and budget price, this is probably worth your time.
With a groundbreakingly fun spellcasting system and beautiful visuals, it's just to bad, in it's current state, there just isn't enough content
If Rock Band was a Bioshock mod...despite its interesting style that can be fun at times, performance issues and poor design choices take this otherwise unique premise to low depths.
The virtual reality “Rick and Morty” game is a much-anticipated treat for VR-toting fans of the sci-fi dark-comedy TV show, and it's pretty fun! Those unfamilar with the show may feel a little left out.