Doctor Who: The Edge of Time on PS VR is filled with exciting bouts of fan service, but the VR game built around it feels considerably dated.
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Indie action-adventure Yaga blends Slavic folklore with unique gameplay mechanics, but its stumbling combat leaves something to be desired.
Golem's crunchy combat, strong narrative, and enticing score are some of the best PS VR has to offer, but nausea risks compromising the full package.
The Legend of Bum-Bo is an addictive mash up of tile-matching puzzlers and roguelikes, with a tactile DIY visual design that serves the concept well.
Its strong soundtrack and fundamental gameplay makes it an even better fitness option than Beat Saber.
Disco Elysium is an exquisitely-written RPG of external and internal turmoil, political unrest, and self-destruction, packaged into a detective noir.
Concrete Genie certainly has a vandal's heart, but this creatively-oriented PlayStation 4 exclusive struggles to tie its various mechanics together.
Warsaw combines the backdrop of the 1944 uprising with a tough-as-nails tactical roguelike, but bugs and design flaws compromise the experience.
This game presents a unique approach to the franchise on PlayStation VR, though its high cost may deter some players.
Later Alligator is a lovingly-animated film noir parody that combines mini-games, point-and-click adventuring, and hilarious talking alligators.