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Sony announces 60+ games heading to PSVR platform

Own a PSVR and starving for virtual reality experiences? Well you might be happy to learn that Sony says over 60 games are on the way.

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First, the good news. And that’s that 60+ games are heading to the PSVR. This is a sorely needed infusion since the platform hasn’t really had a solid run. That might be putting it nicely too. Games have arrived in drips and drabs, with most stuff being of… well lets’ say not-blockbuster level.

And that factors into the bad news today. While there are indeed over 60 titles on the way, almost all of them are games that you’ve never heard of. Sure, Sony highlights cool-sounding titles like Doom VFR, and Gran Turismo, but there are way more games that sound like filler than anything else.

To be fair though, the games that are big releases sound pretty sweet. They are:

  • Bravo Team
  • Doom VFR
  • Gran Turismo Sport
  • Megaton Rainfall
  • Moss
  • No Heroes Allowed
  • Obduction
  • PixelJunk VR: Dead Hungry
  • Stifled
  • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR
  • The Inpatient

Not a bad list. The rest of what’s coming in 2017? Kinda meh.

  • Anamorphine
  • Ark Park
  • Brain Voyagers
  • Chernobyl
  • CoolpaintVR
  • CubeWorks
  • Discovery
  • DragonBlast VR
  • Dream Angling
  • Drunkn Bar Fight
  • DWVR
  • End Space
  • Everest VR
  • Fishing Master
  • Flatline: Experience the Other Side
  • Ghosts in the Toybox
  • Hex Tunnel
  • Honor & Duty
  • Hopalong: The Badlands
  • Justice League VR
  • Light Tracer
  • Monster of the Deep: Final Fantasy XV
  • Nothin’ But Net
  • Prana
  • Quar Infernal Machines
  • Radial-G: Racing Revolved
  • RadianVR
  • Rec Room
  • Run Dorothy Run
  • Sculptrvr
  • Serious Soccer
  • Shooty Fruitie
  • Snow Fortress
  • Stardrone VR
  • Super Amazeballs
  • Survios
  • The Rabbit Hole
  • The Solus Project
  • Virtual Engagement Confronting Fears
  • VirtuGO
  • VR Apocalypse

Some decent enough stuff in there, but certainly not what I was hoping for.

Yes, that’s right, I do have a PSVR at home. Am I bitter? Probably. I think I’ve got good reason to be though. For their part, Sony also talked up some of what’s coming in 2018. Honestly I wouldn’t say it’s all that much better.

  • Golem
  • The American Dream
  • Torn
  • Xing
  • Alvo
  • Ariel
  • Blasters of the Universe
  • Chainman
  • Cold Iron
  • Dead Secret
  • Dragonflight VR
  • Drone Fighters
  • Dungeon Chess
  • End of the Beginning
  • Knockout League
  • Penn & Teller VR: Frankly Unfair, Unkind, Unnecessary and Underhanded (including Desert Bus)
  • Pixel Ripped 1989

Tough to get all that excited for any of that. Hopefully there’ll be a few surprises in there, and maybe a few unannounced games that’ll pop up on the calendar. As it stands now though, I’m looking forward to Doom VFR… and that’s about it.

While I can’t really call the PSVR DOA, I think I can say -as an owner- that it’s been a disappointment.

About Jason Micciche

Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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