Tigertron's eco-themed PS VR game debut Jupiter & Mars doesn't feel overly polemic or dull, but decidedly underwhelming all the same.
Katana ZERO, a time-warping samurai escapade, boasts stunning visuals, music, mechanics, and writing. It's one of 2019's best games thus far.
Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission seeks to bring the arcade sensation to Western home audiences but only works for the most hardcore fans.
One Finger Death Punch 2 is a deceptively simple brawler with charm and style to spare. It's easy to start, but rewardingly difficult to master.
Avalanche's Generation Zero boasts an interesting concept and stunning graphics, but it's far too repetitive and buggy to be worth the ride.
Ruari O'Sullivan's Overwhelm is a tough-as-nails retro shooter that's strangely addictive but only for the most dedicated and sadistic gamers.
Ubisoft's Space Junkies sets the groundwork for a great competition-ready zero-G VR shooter, but a lack of content and character dulls its shine.
Though the difficulty may be a deterrent to some, Mechstermination Force's terrific core mechanics make trying (and dying) worth the effort.
Pitfall Planet desperately wants to be the next big couch co-op game, but doesn't have enough content, or pack the challenge, to back up its charm.
The console port of Vaporum is an impressively authentic homage to a bygone era, but its pursuit of fidelity is a detriment to the overall experience.
Bow to Blood's sharp design and unique concept can't overcome poor controls and repetitive gameplay. It's fun for an afternoon and not much longer.
Skorecery has the potential to be a boisterous party game, but limited single-player options and an over-reliance on local multiplayer hold it back.
Warparty offers a likable and quirky setting for an RTS featuring dinosaurs and zombies but ends up being formulaic and repetitive, with broken AI.