Well, I thought it isn’t a bad showcase. Maybe I don’t remember well, but I think it was better than the previous one? Good variety, that VR needs : there are single player adventure games, multiplayer fighting games, coop games, a few strategy games, a weird action/puzzle game with time loop mechanics, rhythm games, horror games, shooters, etc.
What the Bat?, from the devs of What the golf.
Gambit, a coop shooter in the vein of Payday.
Hellsweeper, from the creator of Sairento, which is looking very nice, a big jump over the previous game (I’m going to suppose that was the pc version?)
Rganarock DLC with big names, as said before.
On the same vein, Pantera DLC for Unplugged rocks hard.
Moss Book 2 coming to Quest 2 next month.
PathCraft and Tin Soliders, both are lemmings-like, a subgenre which I have a soft spot for.
The Twilight Zone VR trailer was the ambiguous type, it could be good, it could be mediocre.
HeliSquad wasn’t really shown, but I’m interested in a milisim copter VR game from the Warplanes creator. Seems more interesting to me than the WW1 game.
Dyshcronia trailer was funny, because it actually seemed interesting to me, until the end when I saw it was another anime game in the Tokyo Chronos series.
Synth Riders’ devs new game is a 1vs1 fighting vr game? I’m not interested in the game per se, but game design wise, I wan to see what they are doing here.
Speaking of game design in VR 1vs1 game, Broken Edge looks interesting. It seems the backdrop of the game explain they are fighting with old, forgotten rusted weapons, so they only can sustain a few hits. In other words, players actively want to avoid clashing sword against sword, which smart in a vr game.
More Demeo content is of course good. This time new hero + new dungeon!
Espire 2 looks promising, in that I suspect it should show this is the second attempt of the same team on doing an action/stealth VR game. The knowledge they gained in doing the first game should improve this.
Stride doing the competition to Lemming’s gorilla, heh.