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The best PlayStation VR games 2017: The games every PSVR owner needs to have

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Tetsuya Mizuguchi’s brilliant synesthesia creation is the absolute king of PlayStation VR games. Rez Infinite may have launched alongside PlayStation VR, but this VR remastering of the fantastic PS2 and Dreamcast game holds up wonderfully. It’s the most awe-inspiring VR experience you’ll have as you let your mind and body go to the electronic rhythms of Mizuguchi’s bizarre journey inside a computer.

 

1. Rez Infinite

£25 via PS Store

PlayStation Plus Free Games - August 2017 
 

Tetsuya Mizuguchi’s brilliant synesthesia creation is the absolute king of PlayStation VR games. Rez Infinite may have launched alongside PlayStation VR, but this VR remastering of the fantastic PS2 and Dreamcast game holds up wonderfully. It’s the most awe-inspiring VR experience you’ll have as you let your mind and body go to the electronic rhythms of Mizuguchi’s bizarre journey inside a computer.

2. Resident Evil 7: Biohazard

£50 via PS Store (£30 via Amazon)

Resident Evil 7: Biohazard harks back to the series’ glory days of exploring a dark and twisted mansion, uncovering its haunting secrets and ultimately escaping with your life. To really up the ante this time around, Resident Evil 7 takes place from a first-person perspective for the entire game. As you can imagine, this lends itself well to VR play and so you can play the entire game from within PlayStation VR. While odd at first, Capcom has done a great job of keeping nausea at bay.

3. Thumper

£16 via PS Store

Before you start thinking PlayStation VR is only good for rhythm-based games, Thumper is so much more than that. Created by two ex-Harmonix devs, Thumper is a journey of metal scrapes, heavy drums, tribal beats and psychotic artwork all thrown at you at 100mph. It’s a rhythm game unlike anything you’ll have played before and its wonderfully simple controls hide a brutal core.

4. SuperHot VR

£20 via PS Store

SuperHot VR is a first-person shooter with a difference – time only moves when you do. Fire a shot, throw an ashtray or wine bottle, it’ll hang in space until you start moving. Your aim is to dodge incoming bullets and punches from simulated enemies while dishing out your own form of punishment. It’s like playing through a bullet-time-filled action movie from the comfort of your own home. No matter how well you do (and it gets very difficult at times), you’ll be having fun. This is what VR headsets were made for.

5. Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes

£12 via PS Store

Anyone who thinks playing VR games is an isolating experience has never played Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes. Here the person in VR is tasked with defusing increasingly complex briefcase bombs before they explode. The catch is that they have no idea how to do it and therefore must rely on the other players to hurriedly flick through the game’s instruction manual to discover the best way to defuse the bomb. It’s a brilliant cooperative experience that’ll have you shouting chaotically about symbols, wire colours and serial numbers. You can’t ask for a more enjoyable co-op VR experience.

6. Statik

£16 via PS Store

Statik throws you in at the deep end. You wake up in a room, strapped to a chair with your hands locked inside a puzzle box. There are no explanations, no clues, you simply have to use your own wits to solve the logic puzzles holding your hands prisoner. It’s an excellent premise that makes use of PlayStation VR’s limitations to produce an addictive puzzle game. It’s an absolute must-buy.

7. Farpoint

£50 via PS Store (Aim Controller not included)

Farpoint deserves a place on this list because, while it’s not a perfect game by any stretch of the imagination, it is one of the most ambitious PlayStation VR games out there right now. If you can get hold of the PlayStation VR Aim Controller, Farpoint is one of the most excellent full-body PlayStation VR experiences available right now. Firing off your gun and traversing its world feels fantastic, and with the Aim Controller, you have a real sense of presence in the desolate alien wasteland that Farpoint thrusts you into. It’s a must-play PlayStation VR game for sure.

8. Superhypercube

£25 via PS Store

Superhypercube sounds like it could well be a supercharged version of Thomas Was Alonebut it’s not. Far from it, in fact. Instead, Superhypercube is a puzzle game like no other. A wall zooms towards your face as a cube floats in front of your face. Your goal is to slide the ever-growing set of conjoined cuboids through rapidly advancing walls, twisting and turning your blocky creation so it fits the oncoming holes. You have tools at your disposal to help you through tricky situations, but this block-rotating puzzler is pure arcade thrill.

Source: http://best-playstation-vr-games

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