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Exhilarating
Resist | Review 63
When it comes down to it, though, Resist is really all about the freedom to swing through an impressively proportioned open-world city while living out your most heartfelt Spiderman fantasies.
6.5
Stabby
Blade & Sorcery: Nomad | Review 69
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.
7.5
Electric
Unplugged | Review 71
Unplugged is fun to play, and an oasis for Quest players tired of EDM-based rhythm games. It proves hand tracking is viable but is held back by some design choices and a juvenile presentation.
9.5
It Lives!
Resident Evil 4 | Review 73
Every scene in Resident Evil 4 has been rethought by perceptive, talented people with enough respect and love for the original to make sure it comes to Quest in its best light.
8
Wonderful
Spacefolk City | Review 75
In the simplest terms, Spacefolk City is a City builder designed from the ground up for VR. You will need to harvest resources, build structures and monitor your populations' happiness to progress.
7
Tasty
Clash of Chefs | Review 79
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.
2.5
Cacophonous
Beat Arena | Review 81
Interestingly, Beat Arena includes music from Konami's library of classic arcade games. Knowing this, I was excited to see how they had arranged the soundtracks for titles like Gradius, Lifeforce, or Scramble for this gameplay format.
7.5
Lively
Hyper Dash | Review 83
Hyper Dash is suitable for most VR users. It relies little on smooth locomotion and primarily uses dash teleportation and an on-rail movement system.
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