There’s been a lot of new exciting titles to look forward to this week and we have the top VR game recommendations for you. Make sure to enjoy some of these VR titles this week.
Below is the full list of recommended games to play on HTC Vive this week:
Left Hand Path – $29.99
Left Hand Path has just made its full release today on Steam. This VR title is a Dark Souls-inspired Room-Scale Virtual Reality RPG game where you hold the power of magic in your hands. Players will learn arcane gestures to cast powerful spells and battle fearsome foes who give no quarter.
You must find your way through a weird, magical landscape in over 15 hours of dedicated VR gameplay. Changes from the Early Access version include:
- Massive graphical improvements including a total overhaul of all spell effects, teleport effects, a new Grimoire, and more.
- Light Level Overhaul – based on numerous comments and feedback, I’ve significantly raised the light levels throughout the game. It’s still scary (have tested, can confirm) but you can now see what you’re doing!
- Better Braziers – I’ve also raised the light levels on lightable braziers and fires.
- Low-Terror Mode – allows people who love RPGs but don’t love being scared out of their wits to play Left-Hand Path with seriously reduced terror, including much more visibility and adjusted monster placement and effects.
- Story Mode – want to experience the story and the world of Left-Hand Path without banging your head against Dark Souls-like difficulty? This mode’s for you.
- New Lobby – I’ve completely redesigned the first thing you ever see in the game. The black room is no more – now your very first introduction to the game is much clearer and contains a bunch of new features too, including an ever-expanding library of lore.
- Tutorial – lots of people said that the Early Access version was a little hard to get into. So a new introduction area now teaches you the basics of spellcasting and ritual, as well as filling out a bit more of Left-Hand Path’s story.
- Locomotion overhaul – I’ve gone through every area in Left-Hand Path and improved locomotion, as well as overhauling the locomotion system in general. If you prefer locomotion to teleporting you’ll find the 1.0.0 release a much smoother experience!
- Sound effect improvements – including foley effects for almost every object in the game.
- Book Code Overhaul – You no longer need to twist your wrist around to read books. A tiny change with a huge impact!
- Front-Facing Play Support – if you play in a front-facing configuration, that’s now supported in Left-Hand Path, with a new “turn” option on the controls.
Space Pirates and Zombies 2 – $19.99
Space Pirates and Zombies 2 has made its full release this week. Players will design and improve the ultimate mothership in the game while exploring a living galaxy populated by 200 unique captains that can do everything you can.
You must survive the zombie infection and then fight them back. Make sure to make allies and start your own faction. The goal is to build an empire that’s able to take them down.
Barrels Up – $2.69
Barrels Up is a fun witty VR game that takes you into the wild wild west where you must take down the enemy barrels before they overrun the town. But instead of using a pistol, you’ll be using a slingshot and tomatoes to handle the business. Oh and yeah, you will have access to dynamites from time to time to make it a little bit easier.
Alpha Mike Foxtrot VR – $7.99
AMF VR is described as the next generation first person shooter game in VR. Players will engage in PvP style battle across various maps. You can choose to play against real players or bots depending on how you want to play. Look at this game as something similar to Onward or Pavlov VR.
Naklua VR – $9.99
Nacklua VR is a large puzzle game that takes you high into the sky. Players must navigate through various levels with dangerous traps and hidden paths that lurk around every corner. If you’re into VR puzzle games, this may be worth a shot.