If you want a bit of grappling, swinging VR fun… I would recommend Slinger VR!
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It’s not super expensive so if you just want to add more spell casting to your VR library, it is an option. I’d recommend waiting for a sale or until patches tweak the gameplay a bit. Otherwise, regrettably, I’d say perhaps give this one a miss.
Moons of Madness is a concept that unfortunately missed that Elder God spot!
Mixing elements of the old and new games in the series, this game also mixes the humans and the aliens to create a Chimera Squad to tackle the ongoing threat/s to Earth.
A comical group of RPG characters band together to find quests to earn money. But are they about to bite off more than they can chew?
With the main house in some semblance of order, Jesse must now go down to the basement to make sure the Foundation remains solid.
Scavenge the galaxy, loot derelicts and level up your team to tackle bigger and nastier enemies.
Throwing the notion of good intentions with potential bad outcomes into the mix of a war game results in a compelling game that is well worth the replay.
Lolita and Jack Torrance share a hotel as the ghosts of their past haunt a daughter stranded in a blizzard.
If Eye of the Beholder had merged with Syndicate while watching Bladerunner... you would get Conglomerate 451.