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.
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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.
Sony and Marvel Games has restored its relationship to bring Iron Man VR to PSVR – a title with potential even taller than Stark Tower, we’re sure you’ll agree. Republique developer Camouflaj has been beavering away on this one for two years, and is promising the ultimate superhero experience – created exclusively in virtual reality.
Jupiter & Mars is Ecco the Dolphin for a new generation, as the titular pair of aquatic animals embark on an adventure that will see them shutting down old man-made structures that are doing damage to the oceans. Also playable without PSVR, we reckon this title’s vibrant underwater world will really shine when you fully submerge yourself in it.
There are some people who claim that PSVR is anti-social, but titles like Mini-Mech Mayhem beg to differ. Effectively a board game in a highly interactive, virtual reality environment, this title takes FuturLab’s penchant for tight gameplay and aims to create something that you can giggle about with friends and strangers alike.