Job Simulator falls into the “goofing around in VR” genre, which makes it a fun and accessible entry point. Perform some mind-numbing office tasks or throw hot dogs at robots as a convenience store clerk.
Tetris Effect doesn’t do anything particularly novel with VR, but its gorgeous, psychedelic sights and sounds make it feel incredibly immersive from inside a VR headset.
If you haven’t revisited No Man’s Sky since its disastrous 2016 launch, you’ll find a vastly improved game today. Whether you’re exploring alien landscapes or zipping around in a spaceship, the best way to do it is in VR.
VR brings Microsoft Flight Simulator to a whole new level of immersion. With VR, you can examine your plane’s cockpit controls in detail or gaze out the window at the simulated world around (and below) you.