Moss: Book II is an outstanding sequel, improving on the great foundations of the first game making it one of PSVR's must-play titles, even in 2022.
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Synth Riders is yet another great addition to PSVR's excellent rhythm game collection.
I’m happy to report that in a lot of ways, Iron Man VR is up to the task with a shiny new super-powered adventure, though not without getting a few dents along the way
Wolfenstein Cyberpilot is a disappointing entry in the beloved series with little reason to jump in
Blood and Truth brings a AAA quality shooter to PSVR with high presentation values, blockbuster set pieces and fast-paced action
alcon Age is a nice little gem that soars to the skies while having a carrying rough feather
Space Junkies has the foundations of a great game, but does it have enough legs to rocket through post launch?
Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown sticks to the series' formula with some cool additions like VR support
Borderlands 2 is the latest classic that has been ported to PSVR, but what sacrifices were made to get there?
Tetris Effect marries the old with the new and sets a new standard for a bonafide masterpiece
From Software tries something different and produces a mixed bag of excellent presentation values and average gameplay
In creating a polished and feature rich multiplayer shooter while integrating VR without compromise, Firewall AIMs for supremacy
Bravo Team provides a cover-based shooter that brings some welcome support for the AIM controller, but misses its mark in a number of areas
Moss is a magical adventure creating one of PSVR's absolutely must play games with one of its most memorable characters
Another confident entry in the Until Dawn universe placing you "IN" the patient by implementing clever techniques while leaving other areas with lingering symptoms
A triple A shooter with fantastic mechanics, chained down by its demonic controller options
Skyrim VR fills a gap in the current virtual reality space with a triple A open world RPG with hours of content
Radial-G is a solid futuristic racer for Sony’s virtual reality platform, but will be quickly forgotten once others enter the platform
Farpoint is an immersive and memorable experience...only when played with the AIM controller
Nothing is more humiliating to a Yakuza member than pummelling them with a teapot