Sony PlayStation VR Games

Dec 8, 2015

Category: Tech

While you were out adventuring over the weekend, Sony held their yearly PlayStation Experience (PSX) event and used the opportunity to debut a slew of new PlayStation VR games.

Sony showed off plenty of in-game footage for eight of their upcoming virtual reality games, including Modern Zombie Taxi Co., Job Simulator, Golem, Psychonauts 2, Ace Combat 7, Eagle Flight, Rez Infinite, and 100 foot Robot Golf. Most notable of those titles was 100 foot Robot Golf, which plays like minigolf for giant robots (if that doesn’t sound like a fun video game, we don’t know what will). Ace Combat 7 is also a noteworthy announcement, as we’ve been waiting for the franchise to make its PS4 debut. These virtual reality games mostly look innovative and promising, and hopefully this second major outing for VR will be more successful than the first wave. None of these games have a confirmed release date just yet, although some of them have a 2016 release window. Check out some of our favorites below.

Ace Combat 7

Eagle Flight

Golem

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