Trover Saves the Universe is perhaps the most fun, foul-mouthed and irreverent game you can enjoy in VR, but the gameplay is not always as good as writing.
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Five Nights at Freddy's VR: Help Wanted scares in an ingenious and original way and ensures several hours of chills and jumping on the chair. What more do you want from a VR horror game?
Blood & Truth is a first-person shooter that takes perfectly advantage of virtual reality and squeezes every PlayStation VR chip as much as we could not ask for.
Everybody's Golf VR has the great limitation of providing little in terms of contents and game modes, but what it offers is great for any golf fan.
Rage 2 is a pleasure to play if you like to shoot and destroy things, but don't ask for much more in terms of gameplay ... you would be disappointed
Ghost Giant is a perfect example of how the VR adapts very well to puzzle games, thanks also to a very satisfying interaction with the environment.
Falcon Age makes good use of the unique features of VR and conveys a very special feeling thanks to the relationship with the falcon, but the gameplay has more shadows than lights.
Assassin's Creed III Remastered certainly does not turn an average game into a masterpice, but as a makeover operation we are more than satisfied
Anthem is an imperfect and evolving game, but if you are looking for a rewarding experience in terms of gunplay, fighting and settings, you will hardly be disappointed.
Apex Legends is a team-based battle royale full of beautiful ideas and with a very intriguing tactical approach.
Broken toys is to remember especially for two beautiful central sections and for the tumultuous ending, but in the end it remains the "same" Walking Dead episode as ever.
Difficult, tough, hardcore. Insurgency: Sandstorm is certainly not a FPS for everyone, but for the hardcore fans of the tactical line i'is a good title.
In Just Cause 4 you will have fun making things explode and exploring the map in the most different ways, but don't expect a great depth of play.
Battlefield V reconfirms its usual and granitic certainty in multiplayer, while the single player campaign fails to strike as we would have hoped.
Déraciné is a walking simulator mixed with graphic adventure that strikes a lot more for the binomial atmosphere-narration than for the rest of the game.
If you manage to go beyond the absence of the single campaign, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is a solid multiplayer shooter full of content.
Price and censorship aside, South Park: The Stick of Truth on Switch is still a great RPG after four years and (perhaps even more than the sequel) the best South Park game we could wish for.
Suffer the Children is an episode of discreet quality, which even without touching particularly high peaks can assert itself for some successful action sequences.
Halfway between graphic adventure and walking simulator (but with the plus of VR), Transference is not a game for everyone, but its atmosphere is priceless.
Another step forward for NBA Live, which although still far from the historical rival NBA 2K, manages to reach good levels with this new episode.