10. SUPER STARDUST ULTRA VR
Super Stardust Ultra, a game that has been on many PlayStation platforms, made its way to PlayStation VR. The VR version included a cockpit view that made it feel much like Battlezone but it didn't lose the excellent twin-stick combat that makes it so great. It may be light on content but it is a great way of experiencing the game you have probably played before.
9. STAR WARS BATTLEFRONT: ROGUE ONE X-WING VR MISSION
PlayStation VR needed an experience that was tied into a huge game franchise and Battlefront's X-Wing Mission does that well. It is short and some of the gameplay is challenging to grasp but it is wonderful to be immersed in the Star Wars world. It is perfect for hardcore fans of the series.
8. JOB SIMULATOR
Job Simulator is certainly one of the silliest and most simple games on PlayStation VR but it is a constant blast to play. Messing around in the future's view of current day workplaces can be hilarious, especially when surrounded by some friends or family. Chucking things at your robot boss or generally being bad at your job is a lot of fun and is great for VR veterans and newcomers alike.
7. BATMAN ARKHAM VR
The story and setting are two of the greatest strengths of Rocksteady's Arkham games. The detailed mysteries, played out by excellently voiced characters, are enthralling and the structure carries over excellently to Arkham VR. The tale is short and the whole experience acts more as a tech demo than a full game but moments such as coming face to face to Mark Hamill's Joker and putting on Batman's cowl are some of the best moments you can experience in PlayStation VR.
SuperHyperCube isn't the flashiest PlayStation VR game but it is easily one of the best puzzle games on the system. You need to fit a collection of cubes through a stream of changing holes and, although it is as simple as it sounds, it is very hard to put down. It requires intelligence and forward thinking but it is never overly challenging.
5. KEEP TALKING AND NOBODY EXPLODES
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes is the best couch co-op game on PlayStation VR. One player dons the headset and transports themselves to a office when a bomb is on a desk in front of them. On that bomb, they will see up to six puzzles and a timer. The other players are given the instructions for how to diffuse the bombs and they have to relay the information to the diffuser. Playing it will, without a doubt, cause arguments but successfully diffusing a bomb is great fun with a group of friends.
4. I EXPECT YOU TO DIE
I Expect You To Die is funny, challenging, and the best puzzle game on PlayStation VR. The unique take on spies makes for heart pounding moments as you try to keep yourself from death. It is one of the most polished games on the system and shows how virtual reality can bring developers' unique ideas to life. I Expect You To Die is a must play.
3. REZ INFINITE
The original is considered a classic and Rez Infinite only builds on that legacy. The beautiful visuals are hypnotic, the gameplay is wonderfully simple, and the combination of music and flashing lights make for a mesmerising experience. Rez Infinite improves an almost perfect game by recreating it in VR.
Thumper is probably the most exhausting game available for PlayStation VR. At a base level, it is a single-track rhythm game but there are enemies to defeat and it gets really tough during the later levels. Although it can be played without, it is an assault on the senses in VR and is constantly thrilling. It may make you want to take a nap but it is a must play for Playstation VR owners.
1. RESIDENT EVIL 7
While Resident Evil 7 isn't primarily a virtual reality game, it is the best experience for Playstation VR. Putting on the headset and creeping your way around the mansion is terrifying and you feel more immersed in the setting than in any other VR title. Coming face to face with Baker family is disturbing, the gameplay has been tweaked effectively from the standard version, and the impressive visuals carry over well. Also, since it is a full length game, it also offers more content that most games available for Sony's system.