9
BulletStorm
Population: One | Review 63
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.
4
Sloppy
Hatsune Miku VR | Review 65
One thing that makes Hatsune Miku VR a bit different is that you can't fail out of a stage. I tried. I stood there purposely with my hands behind my back the entire time and nadda.
8.5
Red Pill
Rez Infinite | Review 67
The setting for Rez Infinite is a perfect fit for VR. The game tasks players to fly through this virtual space destroying the nefarious viral infection.
3
Appalling
Space Channel 5 | Review 69
Space Channel 5: Kinda Funky News Flash! feels out of place in the Quest library. It contributes very little to an already crowded genre and yet manages to somehow underachieve in every conceivable way.
8
On Point
Holopoint | Review 73
Holopoint is a real workout of a game. You need to be very active and have a large play space to even have a hope of getting past the first few waves.
5.5
Unfinished
Solaris Offworld Combat | Review 77
While the devs have stated that there is additional content on the horizon, the simple fact is that, at launch, Solaris Offworld Combat is shockingly absent the content and features that seem to be a prerequisite for the modern online FPS.
7.5
Addictive
Shooty Fruity | Review 79
Shooty Fruity puts you in the position of a new employee at Megamart, you're given a series of retail-related tasks and, of course, an industry-standard arsenal of weaponry and power-ups.
8.5
Sleek
Cubism | Review 83
After living on SideQuest for a while, minimalistic puzzler Cubism finally got its real launch on the Oculus Store. We like it.
8.5
Delicious
Cook-Out | Review 85
Cook-Out is pretty much OverCooked! in VR and you can play it on the Oculus Quest, and while it may be a pretty good single-player game, it's a fantastic multiplayer game.