It’s a meager week of releases for PlayStation VR leading up to the end of the year. There’s some interesting stuff, but with a new sale just launching in the EU and plenty of friends and family to show off the device to in the next seven days, we recommend going back and maybe picking up some of the ones you’ve missed out on over the past few months.
If you missed last week, you can see those new releases here. Also, UploadVR has launched the ‘UploadVR PS VR Community’ on PlayStation 4! Join up, find other gamers to play with, and engage in discussions.
Fruit Ninja VR, from Halfbrick Studios
The ever-popular smartphone and tablet game comes to PlayStation VR after a debut on the HTC Vive earlier this year. Use your PlayStation Move controllers to really wield two ninja swords and chop up delicious fruits thrown in front of you.
Recommendation: This should be in everyone’s library. Here’s our review.
Lethal VR, from Three Fields Entertainment
Former Burnout and Black developers formed Three Fields Entertainment a few years back and promised to develop a VR title. This is it. Lethal VR offers movie fans the chance to feel like their favorite heros and villains using iconic weapons in target practice.
Recommendation: Maybe your last chance to shoot something with PlayStation VR this year, but it’s lacking depth and a narrative.
Rollercoaster Dreams, from Bimboosoft
We’ve been having some fun with Rollercoaster Dreams, but only because it’s so terrible. This theme park manager has optional VR support that allows you to go on rides that will get even the most steel-bellied VR users feeling ill.
Recommendation: Avoid at all costs.
Starship Disco, from Solus Games
Price: $9.99 (Recently Released for EU)
More musical mayhem awaits you with this rhythm-based shooter. You pilot a craft, blasting targets that appear to the beat. There’s some stock disco music to work with but the best feature is the ability to import your own tracks to work with.
Recommendation: Fun use of your music library, PS VR is lacking rhythm games right now.