9.5
Must-Have
Best of The Quest
Beat Saber is one of the most popular games on VR, and I am absolutely certain that it sold quite a few Quests. If you like light-sabers and music, it's a must-have.
9.5
Effecting
Tetris Effect | Review 55
Released at a perfect time, with many of us struggling with the confines and uncertainly of lockdown due to COVID-19, Tetris Effect offers up a transportive, accessible and all-consuming slice of puzzling.
9
Bullseye
Sniper Elite VR | Review 57
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.
9
Magical
Mare | Review 61
The whole world of Mare feels both mysterious and macabre; it's borderline creepy at times and beautiful throughout its campaign.
9
Ponderful
Myst | Review 69
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.
9
BulletStorm
Population: One | Review 71
Population: One is one of the first games on the Oculus Quest platform to combine great graphics while making use of an original gesture-based control scheme. It really does feel like it's fully utilizing the Quest.
9
Heavenly
In Death: Unchained | Re-Reviewed 73
In Death: Unchained is the Quest iteration of one of PCVR's best-kept secrets. It's a spooky archery game that's been given a lick of paint and additional content and has shaken off its earthly cables.
9
Bullseye
Audica | Review 75
Rather than trying to put you in the shoes of a guitar god, Audica goes for the kind of healthy abstraction first deployed in Amplitude.
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