8.5
Intense
Crashland | Review 65
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.
6.5
Above Average
Contractors VR | Review 69
It might have its feet in the real world, with grimy war-torn present-day environments and realistic weapons, but Contractors VR deliberately aims for a more immediate, Call of Duty-esque style of play.
9
Heavenly
In Death: Unchained | Re-Reviewed 71
In Death: Unchained is the Quest iteration of one of PCVR's best-kept secrets. It's a spooky archery game that's been given a lick of paint and additional content and has shaken off its earthly cables.
9
BulletStorm
Population: One | Review 73
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.
6
Almost!
Star Shaman | Review 75
Star Shaman sees you take on the role of a mystical crusader battling to defeat the "Architects of Entropy" and thwart their attempts to homogenize life into static, geometric shapes.
8.5
Red Pill
Rez Infinite | Review 77
The setting for Rez Infinite is a perfect fit for VR. The game tasks players to fly through this virtual space destroying the nefarious viral infection.
8
On Point
Holopoint | Review 81
Holopoint is a real workout of a game. You need to be very active and have a large play space to even have a hope of getting past the first few waves.
7.5
Addictive
Shooty Fruity | Review 85
Shooty Fruity puts you in the position of a new employee at Megamart, you're given a series of retail-related tasks and, of course, an industry-standard arsenal of weaponry and power-ups.