Song in the Smoke gets lost by putting players in constant danger, but dazzles with an artistically sound prehistoric trip and smartly executed survival in VR.
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Sifu may be the most definitive martial arts game to date, offering unapologetic roguelike combat that rewards patient players with full mastery by the end.
Lost Recipes is one of VR's most wholesome games, bogged down by technical bugs but enriched by a historic blast to culinary past and a stress-free cooking sim.
After The Fall stays alive with top-notch VR zombie shooting, but gameplay isn't enough to make up for a lack of variety and shockingly light content at launch.
Call of Duty Vanguard falls in the predictable traps of an annual release, but pulls through with a fun campaign and multiplayer at the cost of duller Zombies.
Lone Echo II boldly crafts a stunning and near-perfect space sim, but repetition and lack of replay value aren't enough to pass on Oculus' last Rift exclusive.
Resident Evil 4 VR is a near-perfect way to revisit the survival horror classic, thanks to Oculus taking every measure for a truly immersive day in Leon's life.
Last Call is a hefty DLC that turns Star Wars: Tales From the Galaxy's Edge into a true VR game, celebrating the Disney park with new and faithful adventures.
Fracked has fun shooting, climbing and skiing mechanics in VR but fails to connect these elements across a disappointingly short game hurt by PSVR exclusivity.
I Expect You to Die 2: The Spy and the Liar expertly blends Hollywood thrills with VR's best escape rooms, but quickly loses its novelty after beating six incredibly short levels.
War for Wakanda is a breath of fresh air, bringing Black Panther into the spotlight with an improved story DLC that still struggles to escape repetition.
Sniper Elite VR fails to take full advantage of its platform and deviates too far from console quality, but puts up a fight to offer non stop frenetic action.
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Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War brings Treyarch's winning formula back with a few stumbles in content, but manages to deliver on a bombastic story, refined multiplayer and vintage zombies with tons of neon glow.
Scarlet Hollow is a short immersive debut for Abby Howard and Black Tabby Games, delivering chills with refreshing old-school mystery and special characters.
Second Extinction disappoints as an unoriginal multiplayer dino shooter with an uneven difficulty, unbalanced weapons and mind-numbingly repetitive missions.
Destroy All Humans! keeps the best parts of its 2005 game in mind while rebooting the series with a short, but engaging story and addictive alien destruction.
Phantom Covert Ops eventually runs out of water, but should be taken seriously as a creative take on the stealth action formula only VR platforms can do.
Short but challenging, Timelie is an inventive take on the stealth puzzle genre which lets players literally take their time in finding solutions.
BioShock: The Collection pushes the Nintendo Switch to its limits and offers the best looking games on the system to date without taking away its hallmark FPS experience for players.