Pete has been an avid console gamer since the mid 80's. In 2014 he stopped gaming altogether in order to focus on his new role as a dad until a chance outing took him to a VR arcade. Two weeks later, Pete had a Quest and has never looked back. Pete's favourite VR games are Echo Arena, Pistol Whip, and In Death: Unchained.
Mothergunship: Forge has a really great gun crafting mechanic. Sadly, instead of working that incredibly cool idea into a game where it can shine, the developers buried it inside a rehashed corpse of Space Pirate Trainer.
In addition to the primary single-player campaign is the original core gameplay of Vox Machinae. By that, I am referring to the incredibly well thought out and delivered multiplayer mode, which is, without a doubt, the real star of the show.
Upon entering the world of Blade & Sorcery: Nomad, it becomes quickly apparent what you're there for. Not because the tutorial focuses on the combat (mainly because there isn't one), but because there is borderline nothing else to do.
Clash of Chefs VR is as straightforward in its concept as a cooking game can be. The player embodies a floating set of hands positioned in a busy kitchen, surrounded by all the ingredients and equipment needed to create a range of meals and side dishes.