4
Sloppy
Hatsune Miku VR | Review 63
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.
3
Appalling
Space Channel 5 | Review 65
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.
4.5
Disappointing
Supernatural | Review 69
When I was asked to review Supernatural, my editor informed me that the developer, Within, wanted reviewers to try the app for 30 days before making a final determination.
8
Pumping!
AudioShield | Review 71
AudioShield does a lot of things right, and the most prominent feature, although it has some issues, is the automapping of your own music.
8
Great!
OhShape | Review 73
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!
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.
8
Groovy!
Synth Riders | Review 79
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!
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.