image.pngimage.pngSource:  The Top Ten VR Games of 2019


Asgards Wrath

This 25-hour fantasy role-playing epic is impressive. Many have said it’s the best VR game they have played to date. The fact it was built from the ground up for VR specifically makes it stand out. The game, which is developed by Sanzaru Games, is set in the universe of Norse mythology. During the experience, you switch back and forth between your towering God form and your mortal form, which has special powers. It’s a rich and captivating adventure.


This expansive VR game from Insomniac immerses you in the world of Stormland, an alien sky full of exotic life and scattered android civilization. Players step into the role of an android who has been shattered by the evil Tempest. While the cooperative play is fairly standard—two players can explore, rather than one—it’s the freedom of the play that makes this experience unforgettable. Fight robots, soar across chasms, bound up cliffs—the environment is built to make the player feel powerful.

Vader Immortal

Vader Immortal is composed of three episodes, each of which lasts less than an hour, although there’s a non-narrative lightsaber dojo for long-term play. This Star Wars adventure was created by ILMxLAB and Lucasfilm in collaboration with Oculus Studios. In the experience, you are a smuggler, pulled into a scheme by none other than Darth Vader himself. With the help of your droid wingman, ZO-E3, you navigate the dangers of the fortress, hone your lightsaber skills, and meet new characters along the way. A must for Star Wars fans.

Source:  The Top Ten VR Games of 2019