An exquisitely thought-out tactical shooter that's instantly a PSVR great.
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Stealth, horror and procedural scrambling converge in a thrilling package.
A shooter that earns its place alongside Rogue Warrior, Turning Point and Hour of Victory as one of the very worst games you could play.
A magical experience that is comfortable enough for VR newcomers to enjoy, while intricate and immersive enough to thrill VR veterans.
If you've got the stamina - and the space - then Sprint Vector is an awful lot of fun.
This unique twist on VR is just a bit too easy.
Micro Machines' return sits in the shadow of its superior predecessor.
PlayStation VR gets some much-needed support from Sony, but unfortunately Farpoint is a hollow novelty.
20 years and countless games later, Team 17 rediscovers some of the old magic for Worms.