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8.5
Sleek
Cubism | Review 65
After living on SideQuest for a while, minimalistic puzzler Cubism finally got its real launch on the Oculus Store. We like it.
8
Spirited
Carly and the Reaperman 67
In addition to solo mode, Carly and the Reaperman was designed to be entirely playable in co-op. On Quest, this means a friend can join your multiplayer game using a code and take over either Carly or the Reaperman.
8
Vrooom!
Death Lap | Review 69
If you’re looking for a Twisted Metal-style car combat game made just for VR, you’ll find a decent demolition derby in Death Lap for the Oculus Quest!
4.5
Meh
Layers of Fear VR | Review 75
Layers of Fear VR is a mediocre port on Quest. It does provide a few scary moments, a clever premise, and good sound design, however, at least on the Oculus Quest, Layers of Fear VR is also low-resolution and uncomfortable to play.
8.5
Intense
Crashland | Review 79
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.
8
Nifty
Gadgeteer | Review 81
Gadgeteer puts you in the shoes of someone who's recently moved into a modestly pleasant apartment and likes arsing about with marbles and dominoes.
8
Diabolical
I Expect You To Die 2 | Review 83
I Expect you to Die 2 is a sequel that seems to effortlessly continue from the groundwork laid down in the original. While it doesn't offer much that pushes the game beyond its predecessor, it doesn't fall behind it in any way.
5
Prehistoric
Jurassic World Aftermath | Review 85
Jurassic World Aftermath is the latest videogame in a number of movie tie-ins. Like the later entries in the film series itself, most have eluded critical success but are pretty popular nonetheless.
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