Arizona Sunshine is straight-up fun to play, and the game's sound design is particularly noteworthy… Pop on a set of decent headphones and the 3D sound comes alive with braying zombies all around you, with things becoming nerve-wracking pretty quickly.
If you love classics like Streets of Rage or Double Dragon and long for the arcade cabinet experience of the past, Kung Fury could be what you're looking for, but its short length, frustrating mechanics and lack of variety really hold it back.
If you’re a die-hard RTS fan, Seigecraft Commander and its brand of cheerful, bright and breezy gameplay is enjoyable enough. But without a significantly larger online community, Siegecraft Commander just doesn’t last long enough or offer enough of a challenge to say it stands out.
If you’re desperate for a snowboarding or extreme sports title and you don’t mind putting in the time, Mark McMorris Infinte Air will likely quench that thirst, but don’t expect to be racking up points and hitting perfect lines even after many hours of it.
Initially the small, sub-2GB download had me confused as to how a VR world could take up so little space, but now I realise that’s because it’s mostly bland, empty space and I can’t say that spending £18.99 on a large amount of nothing is particularly appealing.