The core gameplay that makes up the bulk of the time spent in Ghost Signal is centred around the player navigating the Aurora through a series of pitched battles across the solar system.
Barbaria is a great game that's a pleasure to play. It's not afraid to show attitude, and it carries itself with an endearing, whimsical stride.
In addition to the primary single-player campaign is the original core gameplay of Vox Machinae. By that, I am referring to the incredibly well thought out and delivered multiplayer mode, which is, without a doubt, the real star of the show.
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.
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.
Swarm has you raining bullets into the fray whilst remaining cognizant of where you're tethered and where your next grapple needs to land!
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.
Gorn puts you into the leather sandals of an arena fighter who can wield various blades, hammers, and ranged weapons to dispatch your enemies.
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.
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.
Path of the Warrior is a fun beat 'em up for the Oculus Quest, held back only by a couple of minor issues.
If Espire 1 is in this state and deemed fit for full-price release, I can't even imagine what it must have been like when they decided to delay it.