25. How We Soar Take it to the skies in this first PlayStation VR entry on our list. Take control of a giant and beautiful Phoenix as you explore an enchanting, papercrated, fantasy world. Use your PlayStation VR headset to soar to the skies and witness a story told by transforming papers. It has a PlayScore of 24. Dino Frontier An unexpected mix between The Wild West and Dinosaurs. Uber Entertainment Dino-simulation game lets you build and manage your own settlement where both of these worlds collide. Be the town’s Mayor and carefully balance your resources in a tablestop style VR view. Create the most prosperous settlement in the world. It has a PlayScore of 23. Tiny Trax A game that lets you reinvent your childhood racing dreams in Virtual Reality. Watch your favorite cars turn tiny and defy gravity. Go far beyond the limits of reality and put your pedal to the game’s addictive arcade racing fun. Enjoy its great use of VR, stunning environments and online multiplayer. It has a PlayScore of 22. Eagle Flight Similar to How We Soar, this is Ubisoft’s take on the virtual reality system in the form of a majestic eagle.

Soar around the skies of Paris and use this newly-acquired freedom to fly like never before. Find out the real story behind this mysterious post-apocalyptic Earth with a PlayScore of 21. Batman: Arkham VR Rocksteady’s latest Arkham game is not a straight-up action-adventure game. Instead, it’s a Virtual Reality game disguised as a puzzler. As the Caped Crusader, solve mysteries left by the Riddler using your VR gear and utilize your expansive array of gadgets. It has a PlayScore of 20. The Lost Bear A combination of 3D VR with 2D platforming, help Walnut on her journey home through a mysterious land corrupted by the Snatcher, a toy-stealing creature. Solve puzzles and rescue his teddy bear from this eerie land. It receives a PlayScore of 19. Until Dawn: Rush Of Blood If you think the original Until Dawn game was scary enough, then this should shake things up a notch.

Supermassive’s spin off VR game of the Until Dawn game has an arcade survival style where players ride a horror-themed roller coaster filled with ghastly surprises. It has a PlayScore of 18. SUPERHYPERCUBE A retro-futuristic indie title that brings puzzle-solving to the third dimension. Step inside its neon-doused backdrops that set the stage for some mind-boggling fun. It’s a test of your spatial reasoning, challenging you to rearrange blocks according to the oncoming slots. Use your VR controls to flip and rotate the blocks in each stage and survive a gauntlet of increasingly complex holes. It has a PlayScore of 17. Wayward Sky A third-person virtual reality game from Uber Entertainment. Rescue your father from a mysterious kidnapper and enter a mysterious fortress that emerges out of the clouds.

Learn about the game’s story telling in atmospheric light puzzles with responsive VR controls. It has a PlayScore of 16. Star Trek: Bridge Crew Although it isn’t really the best Star Trek game to date, it still provides good fanservice for the longtime fans of the series. The game’s biggest selling point is it’s virtual reality elements. Lead your hearty crew in The Federation and meet the iconic characters from the Star Trek franchise. Explore an uncharted world filled with the unknown and navigate through the use of the VR’s controls. It has a PlayScore of 15. Job Simulator One of the first Virtual Reality games that shook the market. Not for its impressive controls, or revolutionary feats. But for its absurdity. The game is simple, you are your own character with hands and you take on easy jobs like cooking, a gas station employee or an angry worker at a desk job.

Throw staplers at your boss, or cook that perfect burger. Your choice. It has a PlayScore of 14. Psychonauts In The Rhombus Of Ruin Following their successful PlayStation 2 debut in 2006, Double Fine Productions is taking their iconic puzzle platformer to a new psychic adventure in the realm of virtual reality. Acting as a refreshing pitstop between their upcoming Psychonauts 2, Rhombus of Ruin lets us come along with another adventure with the telekinetic Raz. It has a PlayScore of 13. Raw Data An action FPS VR experience from Survios. It’s packed with a surreal landscapes and badass sci-fi elements. Use your VR gear to dual wield pistols, or slice enemies with your razor sharp Katana. Perform cool gun and ninja tricks and become a legend in its virtual world. It has a PlayScore of 12. Farpoint Take space matters into your own hands as you fend off the hostile creatures of an alien planet. Marooned after a catastrophic rupture, find your way to your lost companions using the guiding light of holographic logs.

There’s also a two-player co-op to share the isolating experience. A full-length single player shooter, it’s one of the most immersive VR games to date. It has a PlayScore of 8.03. 11. The Playroom VR A literal virtual playroom for all your virtual gaming needs. Just like Valve’s The Lab, the PlayRoom was made to show off the immersive powers of the PSVR. Its exciting bunch of minigames are all crafted around the PlayStation Camera and the Dual Shock controller. Play with the robot asobi, pass the puck around in Air Hockey, and so much more. It has a PlayScore of 8.04. 10. Headmaster An upgrade on the usual football game formula, Headmaster is a funky hybrid of sport and simulation.

Stuck inside the most unlikely prison in existence, your only chance of escape is by graduating from Football school. It packs over 40 levels in its story campaign, letting you kick around balls in their partyhouse of an improvement center. Party it up in the 6player local multiplayer and destroy those keepers together. It has a PlayScore of 8.11. 9. Sparc From the creator of the space combat simulator, Eve: Valkyrie, comes a daring virtual sports game. Set in a Tron-like neon cyberworld, Sparc urges you to use your body. Throw, dodge, block shots, and enjoy the sweat-drenched competition of this family-friendly VR experience. It has a PlaySCore of 8.19. 8. Statik If you fancy yourself as an avid puzzle solver, then Statik might be for you. With an atmosphere that equals the sheer confusion of Portal and Stanley Parable, put yourself in the testing chair and free your hands from Statik’s unique boxes.

Despite the odd cuffs, it definitely doesn’t hold your hand. Tinker with the mystery objects and find your confidence whittled away under the watchful eyes of your observers. It has a PlayScore of 8.23. 7. Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes Panic-driven bomb defusal has never been this fun. This stimulating party game offers a different kind of adrenaline as you come face to face with the logic puzzles of a ticking time bomb. Work together with your team of supposed experts and test out your comprehension skills as they guide you through knob, wire, and symbol. An addictively frantic party game, it has a PlayScore of 8.23.

6. Tethered This immersive strategy game challenges to restore the natural world to its former glory. With your world slowly being consumed by evil forces, use the powers of the elements to fight against the looming darkness. Take control of the ethereal bonds that hold everything together and prepare for the night with the help of your trusty peeps. It has a PlayScore of 8.24. 5. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR Bethesda has brought their flagship RPG into the realm of VR.

It’s a dream come true for fans of the series as it literally lets you take on the shoes of the Dragonborn. Experience the magic of Skyrim first-hand as you fight your way through a looming civil war. Level up your skills, craft powerful potions, and fulfill your Dragonslayer destiny. It has a PlayScore of 8.29. 4. Werewolves Within A virtual reality adaptation of the classic party game. Gather round the campfire in medieval Gallowston and use your social deduction skills to find the werewolf among the innocent villagers.

Perform your unique roles in the charade, and use your powers of observation and persuasion to survive the mob. An unassuming party game to spice up your social nights, it has a PlayScore of 8.35. 3. Pinball FX2 VR In a groundbreaking move for Zen Studio’s popular pinball game, they’ve taken the paddle to virtual reality. It’s one thing to have a collection of Pinball tables, but it’s another to see them all in your fancy little game room. Simulating the real-life pinbal experience with impressive 3D graphics and fancy physics, it has a PlayScore of 8.36. 2. I Expect You To Die Play as the elite secret agent in this virtual reality puzzler from Schell Games. More like an X-men and Sherlock hybrid than your usual James Bond fare, I Expect You to Die anchors on the powers of the mind. With telekinetic abilities on top of your inherent ingenuity, your goal is to stop Zoraxis from sabotaging the pharmaceutical industry. Darkly funny and endlessly clever, it has a PlayScore of 8.44.

1. And the best PSVR Game of All Time is Moss Polyarc’s virtual reality adventure game is like a storybook coming to life. Guide its mousy main character, Quill, as you work together to save his kingdom from a magical threat. Navigate his verdant, larger than life world by manipulating the environmetn and solving the puzzles along the way. A cute and interactive fairy tale filled with magic and mystery, it has a PlayScore of 8.97..

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