Ultimately, Blair Witch is an intriguing story plagued by unsatisfactory gameplay, with a few neat ideas sprinkled throughout. Your canine companion presents some interesting mechanics, along with altering time through the camcorders, but in the end, even these features aren't enough to save Blair Witch from being a chore to play. There's still some to appreciate like the characters and story, which make Blair Witch almost enjoyable.
VR tracking issues aside, this is an absolute must-play if you’re into arcade golf games, and if you’re looking for something relaxing to play in PSVR. I do wish the game worked better from a technical standpoint, but given the limitations of the hardware in its current state, it works well enough.
If you want something you don't have to think too deeply about or are into competitive multiplayer with friends, then World War Z could be for you. But if you're expecting an in-depth narrative and a campaign that requires strategy and coordination, then perhaps you should stay away.
Luigi's Mansion is a game that didn't necessarily need a remake, but I'm glad this exists. The writing and mechanics hold up and it's still mostly a joy to play. I only wish the controls would have been refined a bit more to catch up with modern standards.
Playing through these games sort of brought me back to my childhood, but never made me feel like a baby or that the game was too easy. The puzzles included are sometimes challenging and require you to think outside the box, which I absolutely adore.