Mothergunship: Forge has a really great gun crafting mechanic. Sadly, instead of working that incredibly cool idea into a game where it can shine, the developers buried it inside a rehashed corpse of Space Pirate Trainer.
Final Space VR: The Rescue sees the player enter the world of Final Space through a disappointingly simple plotline that runs adjacent to the main franchise.
After the Fall is a glorious tribute to arcade based mayhem that delivers some of the most frantic action that the Quest currently has to offer.
Hyper Dash is suitable for most VR users. It relies little on smooth locomotion and primarily uses dash teleportation and an on-rail movement system.
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.
Larcenauts offers traditional character classes with a futuristic slant that makes the game sparkle while providing an eccentric and compelling cast of characters.
Zero Caliber: Reloaded simply isn't good enough for me to recommend wholeheartedly, but I find myself drawn to play it despite this.
The combat is fast and fun, and the strategic elements are light and engaging. While Guardians VR contains tactical components, make no mistake, this is an action game at heart.
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.
Warhammer 40,000: Battle Sister sees the player take on the role of Sister Ophelia, a battle-scarred veteran of the order.
Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond is the first Medal of Honor game to release since Medal of Honor: Warfighter back in 2012 - and it's in VR.
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.