Welcome to the VROne Games Index - the place to go for tips and reviews on the latest and best VR Games. Here, you’ll find an extensive list of the top VR games from various genres. Whether you like blood-pumping first-person shooters, adventurous RPGs, or a good bit of problem solving, you’ll find your ideal game right here. But this isn’t just our opinion: users can add their own ratings to their favourite games to give them the praise that they deserve.
The number one VR game of 2020: Half-Life: Alyx. HLA is a AAA VR title developed by Valve. Available for the Oculus, HTC Vive, Valve Index and Windows Mixed Reality - virtual reality headsets.
Gameplay wise - one of the most important aspects of Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond wasn’t to develop a game based on realism as such, but more on the basis of authenticity. In the real world of gaming a single head-shot would render you dead and that’s no fun. This game is all about keeping it authentic without the loss of immersion.
An RPG like no other: Asgard’s Wrath: A game that allows you to become the next great Asgardian god and release the wrath of the gods in this mythical Norse adventure. Cast your destiny as a mortal hero and living god in this action 'Role Playing Adventure', one of unworldly depth. Explore different classes and bear their diverse powers with a revolutionary combat system only possible in virtual reality. Solve larger-than-life puzzles and recruit animals into loyal warrior partners that fight by your side.
Inspired by the movements of astronauts on the International Space Station, Lone Echo is acclaimed developer Ready At Dawn’s first foray into the world of VR. You play as Jack, an android aboard a mining ship orbiting Saturn. Moments into the game, something collides with the ship, taking out some vital equipment. As you investigate alongside Captain Olivia, the only other crew member, the plot will take a mind-boggling turn as the very boundaries of time start to blur.
Robo Recall. An action-packed, fast-paced FPS, with a somewhat similar premise to the hit movie I, Robot. Although Robo Recall is an arcade game at heart, it does a decent enough job of setting up the story. Set in the distant future where robots have become commonplace, you take on the role of Agent 34, a robot recaller working for the Robo-Ready corporation. You’ve been sanctioned to recall (read: destroy) defective rogue robots after a deadly computer virus has rendered them insane.