Set aboard a derelict space station, Downward Spiral: Horus Station attempts to tell its story through its environment rather than in the traditional sense. With no voiceovers or cinematics to speak of, you’ll explore the base using the momentum you create by pushing yourself off of various objects and propelling forward. This is shaping up to be quite the spectacle on PSVR.
It was up in the air for a short time, but Media Molecule recently pledged to support Sony’s virtual reality headset at launch. And what could possibly be more exciting than putting the power of the peripheral in the hands of fans? Titles like Tilt Brush have already proven the potential of VR painting, but Dreams promises to elevate all of those possibilities to a new level.
One of the best things about PSVR is the way that it enables you to build bonds with virtual characters, and Ghost Giant is a game that aims to explore the idea of loneliness. In it, you’ll assume the role of the supersized spirit, and through the power of virtual reality you’ll be able to reach into the picturesque town of Sancourt and interact with its colourful cast of characters.
Not too much is really known about Golem, and yet it solidifies its place on this list thanks to its potential alone. You'll take control of giant stone creatures as you explore the world and do battle in huge sword fights, and with a team at Highwire Games comprised of former Bungie employees at the helm, you could say that this PSVR title is in safe and rocky hands.
Megalith is a competitive multiplayer game that puts players in the shoes of a titan, huge beasts equipped with special powers that only have eyes for one thing: another titan. 2v2 online action is the name of the game as different titans offer up different abilities, a variety of attacking options, as well as full locomotion to give you the most amount of control.