It’s still early days for many VR offerings. Developers aren’t sure if the money is there for a time- and talent-intensive effort, but we say, bring it!
VR is fun, and if VR-related nausea creeps in, well, that’s what Reliefband® is for. Slip it on your wrist and play on. So, what’s looking good in the game world? These are a few that caught our attention:
Minecraft VR is here. Instead of staring at the screen with your roommate or little sister doing annoying things in your peripheral vision, you’re in the middle of the Minecraft world. Caves beckon, mobs advance, it’s all glorious.
Hover Junkers is a wild free-for-all in wastelands that you’ll love. Lots of movement in playing this game, and ships that are steampunk beauties. Loads of fun!
Sportsbar VR lets you play pool, darts, chess, air hockey – lots of pub games. And you can compete against AI or your friends anywhere in the world. It’s the perfect way to chill out and you don’t have to leave your house.
Dear Esther slows it down a bit. It’s not a game where you do battle with guns blazing. It’s a visually stunning ghost story with you on a Scottish island and a lurking mystery to solve. Or not.
Assetto Corsa is a racing game that is popular primarily because it is easily modified and customized.
Reliefband wearable device provides fast control of nausea, retching, and vomiting associated with the motion sickness associated with VR.