Whenever someone new comes to a VR user’s home, there are always standard questions. What does it look like? It hurts? Aliens are secretly collecting data from your brain through this strange face? such things. Once you’ve settled them all, the inevitable has to happen, they want to try this and you want them to try this. Like any enthusiast, we want our friends and family to love what we love, so we must try and do our best
That’s what this article is about; What games are the teams here at VRHeads using to make people fall in love with PSVR? We will talk about which game we chose and why we like it.
Super Hot VR was one of the first games I played on PSVR and even now I consider it to be one of the best adult contagion vectors. The style of play is unique to VR and while some might say the graphics are lacking, the physics more than make up for it. Watching people learn and adapt to the Time-Move mechanic is a joy, as is watching them fall when they try to put their hand on barricades that don’t exist in the real world.
The Super Hot travel system is another way to make it easier for people to access VR without worrying about feeling sick, while adding a high level of fitness you you will sweat in this game.
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Russell Holly: Eagle Flight
If you’re going to show someone what makes PlayStation VR different, highlight them in front of the TV and watch their jaws drop as they soar through the conquered wilderness of France in Eagle Flight. The controls are unique, no motion joysticks are required, and it’s an easy system to learn.
Best of all, this game has a free flight mode out of the box that is just for exploration. This means there aren’t many complex mission requirements, just some simple fun exploration. You can fly through the air with little to no nausea issues, and if your friend does step into the game, they can start completing tasks immediately.
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One of the best things about playing in VR is the immersive feeling that what you see is related to what you are doing, which is why I have to recommend Sparc to players unfamiliar with VR. This 1v1 game is VSports’ first game, and throwing the ball to try and score can give you a damn good workout.
Sparc uses the PlayStation Move controllers with great success, and because the game is more like a sport, it’s easy to understand and enjoy. Each match is nice and short, you can play with random people or your friends and you really feel like you are in the middle of a sports arena. It’s a great full body game that’s easy to get into and fun enough to keep you hooked.
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