Plenty of interesting new releases await you on PSVR this week. We’ve got some new racers, an interactive story, and even the chance to play in local co-op with your friends.
If you missed last week’s releases then you can see them here. UploadVR has also launched the ‘UploadVR PSVR Community’ on PlayStation 4! Join up, find other gamers to play with, and engage in discussions with them.
Also, don’t forget to check out our list of the 9 Best PlayStation VR Games if you need any extra inspiration.
Radial-G, from Tammeka Games
Price: £29.99 (EU Only)
The WipeOut-inspired sci-fi racer finally comes to PSVR. Speed along tubular tracks, perfecting lap times by racing through speed gates and avoiding slow down obstacles. Battle opponents with weapons and feel the speed.
Recommendation: For those that dream of WipeOut in VR. Here’s our review of the PC version.
VR Karts, from Viewpoint Games
Price: £29.99 (US release)
A few months later and VR Karts finally gets its US release. This is VR’s first take on the classic genre, getting players to swerve around colorful tracks, collecting power-ups and them blasting away at opponents.
Recommendation: For Mario Kart players, this game’s been on almost every VR headset ever.
Bloody Zombies, from Paw Print Games
Classic beat ’em ups get their VR debut with this 2D co-op brawler. Take to the streets of London in the zombie apocalypse and punch your way through hordes of the undead. While one player can put on a VR headset, others can grab a controller and play on the traditional screen for some local co-op action.
Recommendation: For fans of a classic genre.
Manifest 99, from Project Flight School
This short, sweet VR experience is a surreal journey into the afterlife in which you follow the lives of a group of characters and explore their histories. It’s a strangely disturbing and yet deeply moving piece that explores the use of gaze-based interaction in exciting new ways and leaves a mark.
Recommendation: If you’re interested in VR storytelling don’t miss this.