If Twilight Path were a person, it would be a homecoming queen. Perhaps a little shallow, but great to look at.
It has to be said that for anyone familiar with visceral combat games, Until You Fall is a no brainer. For gamers new to the genre, there can be no better introduction.
The Walking Dead: Onslaught looks like a great idea on paper, but the clear budgetary constraints have extinguished this particular flame way to early, leaving us a with a product which just feels underwhelming and downright disappointing.
Budget Cuts is one of the best titles to launch on PlayStation VR, and it might just be the most accessible, narrative driven VR experience around.
Creed: Rise to Glory is a glorified tech demo, with a big brand slapped on top of it to mask its shortcomings, which despite of the developer’s best efforts are still painful to experience.
Saints and Sinners is easily one of the bloodiest, most captivating VR titles in history.
Waltz of the Wizard is a virtual reality sandbox experience taking place in a fantasy world of magic and mystery. Discover mysteries throughout the tower, and travel to new and shocking worlds.
While not entirely perfect, Marvel's Iron Man VR is by far the most complete, polished, and awe-inspiring experience to be released on PlayStation VR to date. But it does come at a rather steep price.
A beautifully crafted VR love letter to games gone by.
GORN is absurd fun, a bloody, messy VR experience that is hard not to love, despite a few weird choices and issues.