8.5
Intense
Crashland | Review 63
Crashland takes the wave shooter's timeless VR trope and fills it with so much style and substance that it feels almost ready to burst.
8.5
Serene
Tsuro | Review 71
Whether you're familiar with Tsuro or not, you will likely find it easy to jump right in, with the simplistic controls and gameplay being quick to grasp.
9
Magical
Mare | Review 73
The whole world of Mare feels both mysterious and macabre; it's borderline creepy at times and beautiful throughout its campaign.
5
Prehistoric
Jurassic World Aftermath | Review 75
Jurassic World Aftermath is the latest videogame in a number of movie tie-ins. Like the later entries in the film series itself, most have eluded critical success but are pretty popular nonetheless.
7.5
Sick
Dash Dash World | Review 77
Dash Dash World is a light-hearted extravaganza of a racing game. Each of the 11 courses offers a highly stylised circuit to race around strewn with unique obstacles and an assortment of powerups.
9
Ponderful
Myst | Review 79
In Myst, there are locations to explore, books to read and switches and levers to pull, all opening up more of the same and revealing greater mysteries.
6.5
Above Average
Contractors VR | Review 83
It might have its feet in the real world, with grimy war-torn present-day environments and realistic weapons, but Contractors VR deliberately aims for a more immediate, Call of Duty-esque style of play.
3
S*#thole
Prison Boss VR | Review 85
Prison Boss VR starts off funny enough. The tutorial has you watching some black and white "movies" via projector, which will walk you through the basics of crafting contraband smokes.