The lack of feedback for blowing stuff up is a bizarrely common flaw in many modern shoot-em-ups, and Yuki is probably the worst offender I've played.
Sam & Max: This time It's Virtual sees the player embody the voiceless "Lumpy", a new recruit press-ganged into joining the zany world of the Freelance Police.
There is a distinct and rewarding whiff of quality to Sniper Elite VR from the moment it loads. Good, crisp, and well-designed menus make it quite clear that the developers have taken things seriously.
Tarzan VR promises many things. It promises that you'll play as the titular character. It promises that you'll swing on vines, swim, climb trees, and fight your way through three episodes of the game.
Eternal Starlight is a space-themed strategy game that sees the player attempt to defend mankind's claim to Proxima, a planet representing our last hope of survival.
Larcenauts offers traditional character classes with a futuristic slant that makes the game sparkle while providing an eccentric and compelling cast of characters.
Unlike many other games on Quest, Demeo doesn't whine or creek. The game loads quickly and runs well, and the multiplayer is well implemented.
Zero Caliber: Reloaded simply isn't good enough for me to recommend wholeheartedly, but I find myself drawn to play it despite this.
The Wizards - Dark Times sees you play the role of (you guessed it) a wizard! Set in a fantasy world called Meliora.
Traffic Jams comes to Quest and brings cars, buses, pedestrians, comets, and shattering glass together as you try to direct traffic in various international cities.
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.
Swarm has you raining bullets into the fray whilst remaining cognizant of where you're tethered and where your next grapple needs to land!