Crashland is an intense (and often frustrating) arcade shooter for true fans of the genre. It still needs some adjustments, but in general the effect of terror/repulsion is assured.
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It could have been the long awaited turning point for the series, but Harvest Moon: One World, despite some good ideas, is a weak and not very exciting farming simulator.
The Climb 2 improves the predecessor in practically every sense, from graphics to gameplay, even if some absence still prevents Crytek from reaching excellence.
Jurassic World Aftermath is a horror-themed stealth experience that works well at the tension level, although it is regrettable that interactivity with the game world is so limited.
Myst in VR is an enjoyable and challenging experience that demonstrates how little this classic from nearly 30 years ago has aged. Virtual reality certainly adds a lot, but perhaps it could have been implemented better.
Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy's Edge doesn't offer a particularly long experience or a very rich gameplay, but as a VR shooter mixed with a bit of exploration, the outcome is quite good.
If you like stylish FPS with action-platform elements, Bright Memory could give you more than a surprise, even if between a very low longevity and a confusing narrative.
Serious Sam 4 keeps its promises and turns out to be a more than average old-fashioned shooter, but don't expect a great deal of innovation, variety or excellent graphics.
If you are looking for a team-based tactical shooter to enjoy on Oculus Quest, Onward is the ideal game, despite a disappointing graphic impact.
An archery games in VR with a very solid, demanding and fun roguelite structure. Not for everyone, but luckily there is never pure frustration.