A pretty nice selection of new PSVR games is ready and waiting for you this week.
If you missed last week’s releases then you can see them here. UploadVR has also launched the ‘UploadVR PSVR Community’ on PlayStation 4! Join up, find other gamers to play with, and engage in discussions with them.
Also, don’t forget to check out our list of the 9 Best PlayStation VR Games if you need any extra inspiration.
Voltron: VR Chronicles, from Digital Domain
Price: $14.99 (Rift)
Based on the ongoing Netflix cartoon, Voltron: VR Chronicles is essentially an episode of the show played out in VR. You take on the role of one of the mech-commanding paladins and journey across the galaxy in a polished, if brief adventure. Splendid visuals and authenticity help make up for one big oversight.
Recommendation: Fans of the cartoon will love it.
Light Tracer, from Oasis Games
A VR puzzle game in which you guide a young girl by shining a light for her to follow through a picturesque world. Navigate various traps and puzzles as you climb higher and higher. Not the most imaginative use of VR, but some interesting ideas here.
Recommendation: For puzzle lovers.
Chernobyl VR Project, from The Farm 51
An intriguing piece that uses a combination of 360 degree footage and computer-generated environments to tell the tragic story of the Chernobyl disaster and show the abandoned area as it looks today. Journey to several sights and explore a place you might otherwise never actually visit.
Recommendation: Definitely one for those with an interest in the subject.
HeroCade, from Lucid Sight
Price: £9.49 (EU launch)
A collection of VR games previously appearing on the likes of the Oculus Rift and Gear VR gathered for PSVR users. Many are from Lucid Sight itself, offering harmless fun, though the real standout is creepy VR horror game, Dreadhalls, which never fails to terrify with its procedural dungeons.
Recommendation: A great one to check out if you’ve been waiting.