The Oculus Quest is an impressive piece of technology, and it seems fitting that in anticipation of the Matrix or Terminator-style robo-pressive future we are creating for ourselves, a bit of self-defense training is required.
Despite its cheap hooks and repetitive nature, Sairento VR : Untethered is an entrancing, physically active game without any clear alternative on the Quest.
Space Pirate Trainer is a game about one thing only: shooting flying robots.
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?
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.
Red Matter creates a large, detailed Saturn moon base packed with immersive puzzles and jaw-dropping graphical flourishes.
Red Matter is a story-driven VR puzzle adventure game set during a dystopian Sci-Fi Cold War. Watch the trailer, showing off how it looks on Quest.
Time Stall adds a unique twist to the puzzler genre and is a blast. Running around like Quicksilver is just as fun as it sounds.
The Quest version of End Space offers the best visuals over previous mobile releases is coming to the Oculus Store on August 29th, at $14.99.
If you enjoy the premise and bizarre narration of Accounting+, it's all done to much better effect in Virtual Virtual Reality.
End Space arrives on Oculus Quest's official storefront as the first space dogfighting sim for the system. That, to some players, will count for a lot.
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