Vader Immortal, is one of the few Quest launch titles that are entirely original and exclusive to the Quest for its launch period. How does it stack up?
Vanishing Grace is full of weird exposition and muddy philosophy, and half-baked ideas that just come off as convoluted nonsense.
Accounting+ is an incredibly weird game. It is alternately confusing, creepy, and obscene. Sometimes it is all of the above.
The whole world of Mare feels both mysterious and macabre; it's borderline creepy at times and beautiful throughout its campaign.
A Fisherman's Tale is a great introduction to VR puzzles and gameplay mechanics, suitable for a broad audience. It may give you a startling new perspective on the little lives of wooden puppets.
If you don’t mind that this console and mobile port lacks physical immersion, Republique VR is well worth the price. It's just not really a VR game.
A great sequel that feels more like an extended DLC, Moss: Book II has great graphics, great animations, and fantastic sound.
With a new setting, a novel lightsaber, and the addition of the Force, Vader Immortal: Episode II presents a cool way to honour the Jedi in most of us.
Described by developers Fast Travel Games as a 'heart-warming tale', The Curious Case of the Stolen Pets is coming to Quest on November 14th!
A game in which you play a man strapped tightly to a chair, using a laser pointer taped to his forehead, who can only communicate by nodding or shaking his head.