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.
Paper Beast is the new game from the creator of Another World, and it certainly shares that title's mysterious nature. This PSVR adventure is all about interacting with numerous papercraft animals in a surreal, dream-like environment. Quite how it all plays out is yet to be seen, but we're certainly intrigued by this unusual experience.
Space Channel 5 is making a triumphant return on PSVR. This version of the game looks to be pretty faithful to the Dreamcast original; you'll be throwing shapes to some funky beats in order to thwart the alien threat. We're fairly sure this is due for release in 2019 -- hopefully it won't be too much longer before we're dancing away with Ulala once more.
There aren’t many – are there even any? – Metroidvanias on PSVR, so we’re eagerly awaiting Star Child to come along and occupy the gaping void. Titles like Astro Bot Rescue Mission have proven that not all virtual reality games need to be first-person experiences, and so this narrative-driven side-scroller is looking like a unique sci-fi adventure that should offer something different on Sony’s headset.
This adorable PSVR game has you poking around a virtual reality diorama as you try to solve various puzzles. There's not a whole lot of information out there for this game, but it's packing plenty of charm and looks like a great family-friendly experience. It's down for release in 2019, but there's no firm date yet.
Which upcoming PSVR games are you most looking forward to in 2019? Did we miss any virtual reality releases from our list? Enter a different dimension in the comments section below.