The amount of value you will get from this 'one-time-purchase' version of Les Mills BodyCombat will greatly depend on how often you feel the need to change up your workout and your tolerance for the same music and instructor's patter each time you play.
Sucker Punch VR's modern evolution of this idea begins by having you defend, and indeed attack, a 10 x 10 grid. Each square on the grid represents a 'lane'.
The Quest will give you an insanely fun and very effective workout that reduces your excuses and yields similar results to many traditional cardio workouts.
With OhShape you make shapes to fit through holes in virtual walls, pluck coins out of mid-air, and punch through barriers while ducking and strafing to avoid obstacles!
Pistol Whip wants you to feel like you're starring in a cool, stylish action film. Does it succeed? Read Doc Neale's review to find out!
Are you an 80's fanboy? Get ready to hop into a nostalgia-filled good time with Synth Riders. A new music rhythm game by Kluge Interactive! Read our review!
Knockout League is designed to get your heartbeat thumping, your arms swinging, and your feet moving, wrapped up in a goofy, good-natured presentation.
You're standing near the edge of a cliff above a gently flowing river. Above you is a clear blue sky. In the distance, a waterfall cascades down a steep granite slope.
Racket: NX markets itself as a mix of racquetball and pinball. In fact, it proves the potential of VR to create sports that couldn't exist in real life.
From Shinobi to Sairento, is there anything more badass than a video game ninja? Ninja Legends is an energetic, active VR game! Read our review!
Sports Scramble is all about keeping it lighthearted and fun!
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.