The Climb on Oculus Quest brings over the full experience from the nearly 4 year old desktop version at the cost of some reduced graphical quality. The Climb does a good job of translating the rock climbing experience into a somewhat fun but challenging game that is also surprisingly rewarding and good looking. Although it's not perfect, and there are a few immersion breaking moments and confusing design choices; for fans of rock climbing or those looking for a slightly different VR experience or a good showpiece title, The Climb is worth a look.
Blood & Truth is a more than worthwhile experience that pushes the PSVR well beyond its limits and is a must-play for PSVR owners. As infuriating as some moments can be, most of my complaints can be blamed on the dated hardware and not the game itself. Though the game isn't flawless and does have some questionable design choices it's still a showcase title that offers enough "wow!" moments to keep you playing through it's 5-6 hour campaign despite its shortcomings.
Starting with its world building atmosphere and simple but polished gameplay, the addition of your presence via PlayStation VR takes Moss to the next level. It is an example of how genres can grow and evolve and how our participation as the player can become more personal and connected.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy takes the fun, tight gameplay of Uncharted 4 and provides an opportunity to take a somewhat slower look at two incredibly well written characters on a fun romp through a beautifully presented version of India. While it introduces little new, it provides most of what you expect from an Uncharted game and everything great about the previous entries into a cohesive package that strips away the filler, providing a condensed but stunning and worthwhile journey.