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Experts Tell Us the Best Virtual Reality Games

This article showcases our top picks for the Best VR Games. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below).

We are keen to hear your feedback on all of the content on virtual games and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

Star Wars: Squadrons

This product was recommended by Brad Kaley from Brew Cents

This game completely immerses you in deep space and classic Star Wars battles. Since there’s no up and down in space, VR is perfect for this type of game environment. For all the Star Wars fans out there, it doesn’t get much cooler than looking out your window and seeing X-Wings or Tie-Fighters rip past you! And on top of all that, the game is very detailed and allows you to control all sorts of aspects of your ship, unlike other games where you just control the direction you fly.

Superhot VR

This product was recommended by Brad Kaley from Brew Cents

Superhot takes the first person shooter concept to another level by adding the unique twist where time slows down when you stop moving. This makes the game a TON of fun and very strategy-based because you’ll need to slow down time to assess the tricky situations that they put you in, sometimes at the very start of a level. There are so many different strategies to beat each level which makes the game different for everyone.

Everybody’s Golf VR

This product was recommended by Sean Harris from Swing Coaches

I get a lot of use out of this and even improve my golf game. I find its physics to be as lifelike as my golf game while playing. If I pay attention to my form, keep my eye on the ball, and don’t over-swing then there’s a good chance I’ll hit the ball in the general direction I’m aiming. I can say that it is a fun game, a great golfing experience in VR, and the controls are easy to learn.

Rick and Morty Virtual Rick-Ality

This product was recommended by Darrian Wilkins from Kitchen Fold

I enjoyed playing this game. The graphics are simple and it works perfectly with the PSVR headset. There is no motion sickness at all. The game is reasonably short but due to challenges with the VR tracking, sometimes simple actions may take time to perfect. Thus, it makes me feel that the game is a lot longer than it actually is. There are a lot of references to the show and secrets to find. I feel like I am a scientist at certain points.

Microsoft Flight Simulator

This product was recommended by Justin Rule from Sparrow Websites

This game is fantastic already but adding a VR headset makes it mind-blowing. You are completely immersed, you can see all the controls clearly, right in front of your face. It is like you are actually flying the plane yourself. The virtual experience of flying through the clouds or landing a plane is incredible.

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR

This product was recommended by Justin Rule from Sparrow Websites

This open-world epic is truly..well… epic. With a VR headset, the visuals are phenomenal and the fully-tracked controls make for very realistic gestures. With huge, crowded cities, lush, rolling fields, and dangerous dingy dungeons to roam, you will never get bored, exploring the land and fighting with your vast array of weapons and spells, and of course, learning, as Dragon born, to harness the power of ancient dragons.

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Written by Zak Parker

Journalist, writer, musician, professional procrastinator. I'll add more here later.

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