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The Top 5 Multi-platform Virtual Reality Games

The Top 5 Multi-platform Virtual Reality Games

VrTechToday Admin May 12, 2019

Although the concept of Virtual Reality has been there for a couple of decades now, it was until recently that consumers have had accesses to some of the best virtual reality headsets thanks to reduced cost and improved usability. As virtual reality technology continue to develop, VR headsets are becoming significantly less reliant on hardware connected externally. Game developers are taking advantage of this and are continuously developing first-party games. With the reduced cost of VR headsets and increasing hype, developers are now utilizing this opportunity and bringing more games to the developing market. Gamers of every genre now have access to unlimited choices and we have made an excellent list of some of the best VR games which you can play on multiple platforms including PSVR, HTC Vive and Oculus Go. This games include:

  1. Beat Saber

This is a game that has an active twist and incorporates rhythm and music. Beat Saber is similar to other musical games including Rock Band and Guitar Hero. Players slash their way through a musical track with glowing virtual swords. The game generates patterns with different color coding as music plays, a player will then be required to hit the patterns with the right controller as they emerge towards them. The game keeps players active by incorporating obstacles that require the player to slide or duck away. Beat Saber can be played on HTC Vive, Windows Mixed Reality and Oculus Rift

  • The Talos Principle VR

Talos Principle VR game is a puzzle game similar to the original Talos Principle game, however, it has incorporated Virtual Reality to improve the experience of the player. It provides players with movement options they could require, along with standing, room-scale or sitting play modes. In the game you play as an anthropomorphic robot navigating obstacles and mazes in a mysterious environment with some modern technology. Players can also unravel the backstory through exploring the beaten path and discovering secrets about themselves and the game’s world. The Talos Principle can be played on HTC Vive, Windows Mixed Reality and Oculus Rift

  • Sprint Vector

Sprint Vector is a type of racing video game, however, this game is unique since it gets the player into some form of physical workout. In the game, a player is abducted entitled a racer’s role in different alien worlds. In the game, for you to win you have to accelerate the character’s speeds, this is achieved by literally swinging your arms to reach top speed. The game incorporates cartoony features and if you are looking for a game to act as some form of workout, this is a perfect choice for you.

  •  Arizona Sunshine

Arizona Sunshine offers lengthy VR experiences and that makes this a fun and enjoyable game to play. In the game you get the opportunity to explore the Wild West infested by zombies. Arizona Sunshine is unique in that unlike arcade-like experiences offered in most games, it offers its players a lengthy fun experience. A player can then teleport themselves in the zombie infested environment which enables them to travel longer distances instantly reducing motion sickness. You can then switch weapons by moving them to the ammo belt.

  • Minecraft

Minecraft is one of the most popular games in the world and its incorporation with virtual reality technology has just made the game more fun and interesting. Windows 10 version of Minecraft is available on Oculus Rift. However, you don’t have to spend $649 since you can get it on Samsung Gear VR which is more affordable. This game provides a theater view in case you are not comfortable with the 360 degrees view.


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