6.5
Tasty
Clash of Chefs | Review 55
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 57
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 59
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.
7
Compelling
Skybinder | App Lab Review 63
The difficulty curve is masterful. Skybinder handles the progress from the initial puzzles, made of less than a dozen dots, to those, later on, that use more than a hundred without a hitch.
8
Diabolical
I Expect You To Die 2 | Review 65
I Expect you to Die 2 is a sequel that seems to effortlessly continue from the groundwork laid down in the original. While it doesn't offer much that pushes the game beyond its predecessor, it doesn't fall behind it in any way.
5.5
Pyrite
Ven VR Adventure | Review 67
Ven VR Adventure's gameplay offers pretty much what you'd expect. You're on a mission to save the known universe from a villain whose motivation to conquer and destroy is undoubtedly driven by the fact that his name is Bruce Nelson.
8
Slick
STRIDE | Review 69
Once you get the hang of it, STRIDE can be exhilarating. It strikes the sweet-spot flow state that most VR games aspire to, but few accomplish.
3
Misfire
YUKI | Review 71
The lack of feedback for blowing stuff up is a bizarrely common flaw in many modern shoot-em-ups, and Yuki is probably the worst offender I've played.
9
Bullseye
Sniper Elite VR | Review 75
There is a distinct and rewarding whiff of quality to Sniper Elite VR from the moment it loads. Good, crisp, and well-designed menus make it quite clear that the developers have taken things seriously.
1.5
Dud
Tarzan VR | Review 77
Tarzan VR promises many things. It promises that you'll play as the titular character. It promises that you'll swing on vines, swim, climb trees, and fight your way through three episodes of the game.
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