Top 10 PlayStation VR Games So Far | Best PSVR video games


SONY’s release of its brand new gaming experience:
The PlayStation VR or PSVR in short, comes
with a lot of titles that prove Virtual Reality
is the next big step for gaming.
Here are the 10 PS VR games that garnered
enough reviews to get a PlayScore!
10: Opening our list of Top 10 PSVR Games
So Far is PlayStation VR Worlds
Sony’s compilation of glorious virtual reality
games comes together in PlayStation VR Worlds.
Players get to enjoy 4 different worlds filled
with unique details.
From the insane wonder of the abyss in Ocean
Descent, to the landlubberin’ adventures
of the sea in Scavenger’s Odyssey.
This game takes into consideration the depths
of Virtual Reality and the PS Move controller.
Perhaps its most rewarding world is The London
Heist.
Which puts you into an Ocean’s Eleven-like
experience.
Steal a precious diamond and engage in a gunfight
in the most exhilarating way.
If thievery isn’t quite right for you, then
enjoy a relaxing game of pong in Danger Ball.
It has a PlayScore of 6.65
9: DriveClub VR
One of the few VR launch games that puts the
pedal to the metal.
DriveClub VR not only gives you an immersive
feel behind the steering wheel, it also lets
you take that first taste of what VR racing
has to offer.
DriveClub veterans won’t find the various
games modes and dynamic weather that made
the original game better.
What they’ll discover instead is that familiar
feel and the joy of driving around the game’s
beautiful world.
Despite its flaws, DriveClub VR still proves
that virtual reality is ready in the scale
of racing and who knows?
Future racing games may give more than just
immersion when we step inside the driveseat.
It has a PlayScore of 7.29
8: Here They Lie
There is a fine line between what’s real
and what’s not.
This game takes the creeps and visualizes
it in the most haunting way possible.
Here They Lie is dubbed as ‘Alice’s Trip
Down The Rabbit Hole’ and it pretty much
means it.
The mind-bending visuals coupled with the
constant dread of monster sounds can creep
up on someone playing the game at 3 in the
morning.
However, its focus on the abstract form of
dread loses its way in a deep spiral of confusion
and let-down to most players.
Nonetheless, it’s still a psychologically
scary Virtual Reality experience.
It has a PlayScore of 7.47
7: Batman: Arkham VR
Our favorite brooding caped crusader returns
in Virtual Reality.
Rocksteady’s entry to the VR gaming world
opens up with this new chapter in the Arkham
series.
Don the batsuit in a deeply engaging experience
inside this orphan’s shoes.
This time, it’s on Virtual Reality.
Rocksteady promises the players to fully control
most of Batman’s iconic gadgets such as
the Batarang, Batclaw and his Detective Vision.
These gadgets help him solve a looming mystery
that threatens the safety of his friends.
This 90-minute game showcases unique approaches
to some of Batman’s nemeses such as Riddler’s
clever puzzles.
It has a PlayScore of 7.84
6: Bound
Sway your way into a world with blaring visual
aesthetic.
This Platformer entry to the VR scene comes
with charm, heart, and grace.
Bound takes you to a life of a Princess in
a beautifully rendered world that pops nothing
but colors.
Its platforming elements require careful motion
and adept fluidity.
Save your mother from a being so horrific
called…
The Monster.
Perhaps the game’s most appealing character
is its no risk for punishment.
You literally don’t die in this game.
It’s strange and beautiful story really
takes you inside its captivating world.
The 3-hour playtime and the sense of replayability
adds a bit of charm to its atmosphere and
it’s one of PS VR’s most gorgeous games
to date.
It has a PlayScore of 7.90
5: Until Dawn: Rush Of Blood
Take what you know about Super Massive’s
horror game and put a dose of VR into it.
Rush Of Blood is its entry to the budding
Virtual Reality scene.
As the name suggests, it’s a horrorshow
of roller-coaster proportions.
You take a ride into what seemed to be normal
at first, then as you put yourself deeper
into the darkness, you know you’ve descended
into hell itself.
It’s not meant to be confused with the original’s
interactive gameplay, this game focuses on
rail-shooting mechanics.
There are multiple levels with differing magnitudes
of fears.
From clowns, murderers, and even slaughtered
pigs.
It’s basically your one stop shop for phobias.
Until Dawn’s seamless usage of the PlayStation
Move controller brings the shooter experience
to a phenomenal degree.
You will clearly feel the rush of fear inside
you…
up until you reach that final stage.
It has a PlayScore of 8.04
4: Job Simulator
There’s really not much to tell about Job
Simulator.
It’s basically a…wait for it..job simulator.
Although a quirky one at that.
It’s a mixture of VR practice while familiarizing
with the PS Move’s controller.
Question your existence in a never ending
simulation of your job that involves mostly
anything.
From fueling cars, cooking, and throwing inanimate
objects to your boss.
You can even eat donuts in this game.
How fun is that?
Seriously though, there’s nothing serious
to talk about in this game.
It’s a relaxing, humorous and ridiculous
way of portraying life’s greatest monotony
in a Virtual Reality game.
Just imagine what would your life be if this
was your job.
It has a PlayScore of 8.05
3: Trackmania Turbo
Developer Nadeo brings you a fast and colorful
racing game that blends fun and simplicity
to its core.
Trackmania Turbo boasts short yet insanely
fun level designs that offer enjoyment for
players who want to do it alone or with friends.
Its vast amount of content ranging from multiple
tracks.
According to most reviewers, it’s a fairly
simple game that can also be a good product
for casual players.
Over 200 courses, Trackmania Turbo still kicks
the bar high when it comes to multiplayer
and single player racing.
Split screen included!
It has a PlayScore of 8.39
2: Thumper
There’s something so oddly satisfying about
this game.
If not for the ominous figure that glares
at you from the distance, it’s the visual
strike that this game delivers.
Thumper is dubbed as “Rhythm Violence”,
a mixture between a rhythm game and brutal
physicality.
It requires reflexes decent enough to not
let your little space beetle succumb to the
darkness that lingers beyond it.
Aside from its visuals, Thumper excels in
its impactful music.
The staggering sounds of bumping and sliding
through walls and rails brings a sense of
satisfaction if not frustrations.
With the use of the PS VR’s peripherals,
players can experience the odd brilliance
of this game.
It has a PlayScore of 8.67
But before we reveal the number one, here
are the few games that deserve a special mention:
PlayRoom VR – “Enjoy your first adventure
into SONY’s Virtual Reality Gaming with
this free content.”
Eve Valkyire – “Soar through the galaxy
and engage in a cosmic dog fight with your
enemies!”
Wayward Skies – “Embark on a charming adventure
as you take on a riveting narrative filled
with wonder and delight.”
Harmonix Music VR – “Feel the beat and dance
to the rhythm with this Virtual Reality music
game.”
Battlezone – “Relive the epic classic we
know and love and watch it evolve into an
explosive virtual reality game.”
Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X – “Get the
front row seats and experience everyone’s
favorite vocaloid in this mesmerizing concert
experience.”
“Rise Of The Tomb Raider VR – “While not
entirely a full virtual experience, step into
Lara’s spelunking shoes and witness the
beauty Crystal Dynamics offers.”
… and the best PS VR game so far is Rez
Infinite
This digital trip to a stunning world boasts
with electronic beats and pulsating lights
that give players one of the best VR experiences
to date.
If anyone does remember, Rez Infinite is a
rail-shooter that takes the form of rhythmic
based-combat and stellar atmosphere.
It was released on 2001 in the iconic Dreamcast
and PlayStation 2.
Its trippy world with dazzling moments strike
nostalgia to most players.
Float around in an endless space filled with
pixelated organisms in translucent details.
The game is playable with or without VR, but
for those who prefer the experience of taking
the game in Virtual form, then you are in
for a treat.
It has a PlayScore of 8.68

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