Sony is giving an early Christmas treat to consumers who are interested in their PlayStation Virtual Reality (PSVR) headset but are holding out on buying due to its steep price point.
You can now get the PSVR bundle that includes the PS Camera and the VR headset for just $399 (roughly P20,400). Meanwhile, the full PSVR bundle, which adds a pair of Move motion controllers to the first set, dropped its price from $499 to $449 (roughly P23,000).
Resident Evil 7: Biohazard
What’s scarier than playing Resident Evil with all lights out during the dead of the night? Playing Resident Evil in VR. The horror game and it’s already heart-stopping jump scares just become all too real with the immersion VR offers.
Batman: Arkham VR
If you’ve ever dreamt of being in the world’s greatest detective’s shoes then here’s your chance. This game basically allows you to don Batman’s cape and cowl so you can solve crimes, beat up super criminals, and save Gotham.
This game is pretty much a straightforward driving experience in full VR. Of course, everything apparently feels far more realistic due to the new technology applied to the game and its controls.
Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown
The seventh installment of this popular dogfight simulation game has yet to be released but it’s definitely worth the mention. After all, this is a step up from Driveclub since Ace Combat literally takes it to the skies with its wide selection of fighter jets to choose from.
Star Wars Battlefront (Rogue One)
If you were blown away with Ace Combat gameplay then wait until you take all the realistic immersion to space with this Rogue One mission. Here, you’ll pilot an X-Wing fighter while dodging asteroids, blasting Imperial starfighters and performing the iconic lightspeed jump.
Rigs: Mechanized Combat League
Like the game title suggests, Rigs lets you control giant robots in a professional sports competition set 50 years in the future. One of the game modes is called "Endzone" where players play with a set of rules similar to American football.
Robinson: The Journey
If anything, this game looks like the love child of the highly acclaimed Portal series and the Jurassic Park franchise. You get to be Robin, a space traveler who gets stuck in a planet filled with hostile dinosaurs. It’s all up to you and your AI companion to figure out an escape plan before you end up as part of a hungry dinosaur’s diet.
Space travel? Check. Alien encounters? Check. Farpoint rolls these elements into a highly interactive FPS game, where you get to enjoy the full VR experience by shooting at the space buggers while exploring extraterrestrial planets.