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My Big Recommendations List for the Steam Winter Sale

This has been an absolutely miserable year but finally it’s coming to an end, and even looking up now that Facebook and Google are being sued by Federal and State governments. If you played Cyberpunk I’m sure you’ll also have your fingers crossed that both companies get the sledgehammer into little pieces, with Amazon and the App Store soon to follow. Next year is up in the air right now; it could be the year XR is completely strangled by those soulless corpo’s at Facebook, or it could be the year that OpenXR, anti trust action, and consumer apathy towards VR cut their legs out from under them. Things look completely up in the air at this point. So take the holidays and enjoy VR while you still can, next year we might just be playing Valve’s Citadel while the ship goes down.

Well Steam’s Winter Sale is here and it’s a great time to pick up a lot of great games, hidden gems, and so on. This is my list of games to pick up. Some of them are the best prices these games have ever had.I categorize them by price tier, and I might put a few standouts in bold either because they’re a great game or a great deal, or both. Over the next day or two I’ll add a few, add more descriptions, and make some personal recommendations for must buys.

Merry Christmas

[I also made a hardware guide for headsets and PC components, a guide to using steamVR, a guide about how to use the Index for AR, and a master list of great VR games, demos, and software]

The Sale ends on January 5th at 10AM PT

  • PAYDAY 2 (-90%, $0.99) Has a full VR mode that makes the whole game VR and lets you play with flatscreen players. It’s a lot more impressive than you would expect, especially at this price (free with the base game). It has two handed guns, full access to all the content and crossplay with non VR players, a UI on your tablet watch, and it’s actually easier to play in VR since you can use both hands independently to shoot your pistol while you cut through a door, etc.
  • Naked Sun (-90%, $0.59) Two hand wave shooter style game where you’re being moved through a robot city and fighting ogg enemies with guns and a shield.
  • Scanner Sombre (-75%, $1.49) Spelunking through echolocation and a great art style. At this price and with this concept I’d say it’s definitely something to experience in VR.
  • Steady (-50%, $2.49) Like the lockpicking puzzle from Alyx or those boardwalk games were you move a ring over wire without touching them together. 50 levels.
  • Windlands (-90%, $1.99) the first windlands game, it’s a grappling hook style adventure exploration game.
  • Evolution VR (-51%, $0.49) This is like that first phase of Spore, where you’re an amoeba eating larger ones and evolving with new limbs. I consider it a steal at this price, although it’s going to become free soon according to the devs.
  • Evil Robot Traffic Jam HD (-80%, $0.99) Tower defense
  • Interkosmos (-33%, $3.34) A space survival game where you’re sitting in a tiny broken space capsule and have to make it back to earth.
  • Neonwall (-90%, $0.99) Guide a ball through neon obstacle puzzles
  • Spuds Unearthed (-75%, $2.99) RTS TD type thing. I found its balance super frustrating when I tried it but it has a lot of polish and this price is great.
  • Squishies (-75%, $2.49) Puzzle game with nice art that looks polished
  • Zooma VR (-66%, $2.03) Look at the steam page, it’s basically an adaptation of that arcade game where you shoot colored balls at other colored balls to match them up and pop them.
  • Obstruction : VR (-68%, $3.19)
  • Fingers: Mini Games (-35%, $1.94) Screw around with finger physics mini games with your index controllers.
  • Chroma Lab (-40%, $2.99) Particle simulator that’s kind of trippy
  • Drone Hero (-90%, $0.99) Drone obstacle course game
  • Defendion (-80%, $$2.19) Laned fantasy strategy game
  • Bonfire (-50% $2.49) A little story where you’re crash landed on an alien planet with Ali Wong and meet cartoon aliens
  • Cliffstone Manor (-75%, $1.99) Difficult escape room style game
  • Moonshot Galaxy (-65%, $1.74) space mini golf game
  • Protogon VR (-80% $1.99) Combination minigolf pinball game with neon crazy graphics
  • Power Tools VR (-50%, $0.99) Chip away at a stone block with power tools
  • Race The Sun (-80%, $1.99) Endless forward obstacle racer with options VR support
  • SpellPunk VR (-73%, $2.96) Competitive spell casting game
  • Strings (-90%, $0.99) It’s a smaller, more basic game, basically a shooter with different items you use to fight enemies as you teleport around stages.
  • SweeperVR (-50%, $1.99) Minesweeper in 3 Dimensions
  • PolyCube (-50%, $2.49) complex 3D tetris
  • UNTITLED (-50%, $2.49) 3D surreal puzzle game
  • Intruders: Hide and Seek (-90%, $1.99) Gamepad horror game
  • WRG games bundle (-96%, $0.65) Escape room and a non VR game

  • Apex Construct (-75%, $4.99) This is where the energy battery puzzles come from. It’s early VR but really strong on story, progression, and interactions, the combat is mostly archery
  • FORM (-70%, $4.44) “A surreal adventure where puzzles are built from dreams and memories”
  • NIGHTSTAR: Alliance (-60%, $3.99) Bullet Hell in space, but with a story and customization
  • Blasters of the Universe (-75%, $3.74) Bullet Hell with a lot of polish and progression and you unlike new weapon parts
  • FREEDIVER: Triton Down (-50%, $4.49) Drowning simulator, shorter but high quality
  • Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes (-70%, $4.49) This is one of the best VR party games, easy to play remotely or in the same room with other plays holding a printed out or mobile browser manual helping the VR player disarm a bomb.
  • Out of Ammo Fun Bundle (-78%, $4.48) A bit rough but still getting updates and still low poly fun. First one has multiplayer. They’re both FPS/RTS but the first one is war themed, while the second one is a zombie game.
  • Orb Labs (-50% $4.49) A stealth puzzle game where you use different orbs to complete puzzles around lasers, turrets, and other hazards.
  • Thumper (-80%, $3.99) Best selling surreal rhythm game, best with a gamepad. I definitely recommend it if you are fine with the gamepad controls.
  • Vetrix (-20% $4.79) Tetris inspired. It has a two layer deep grid allowing for lots of 3D shapes that you can stick into place by hand in a twist on the usual formula. It has its own 8bit tunes, special blocks, multiple modes, and a bunch of color profiles based on the gameboy’s aesthetic.
  • Transpose (-75%, $4.99) A game where you solve puzzles with a recording of yourself. It’s one of the best and more creative puzzle games in VR.
  • Operation Warcade VR (-75%, $4.99) Old but the concepts work really well. It’s like a 3D light gun game that pulls you in for some moments
  • Echo Grotto (-50%, $3.99) Echo Grotto is a spelunking game with stylized graphics. You pick your gear and then use a throwing based teleportation system that leaves a trail behind you.
  • HATCHICK (-75%, $3.74) Like Xortex from the lab, a bullet hell inside a dome
  • Journey For Elysium (-50%, $4.99) Greek mythology adventure game, a black and white art style
  • Just In Time Incorporated (-75% $3.74) You appear in slow motion to save people who have Just In Time Insurance. Super basic graphics but the gameplay is fun and for this price it’s a good buy.
  • Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin (-75%, $4.99)
  • Shooty Skies Overdrive (-50%, $4.99) It’s a bullet Hell with polish and a voxel style.
  • Portable Farm (-20%, $3.99) It’s a light farming game, but the hook is that this runs on top of other games like an overlay.
  • Balloonatics (-65%, $3.49) Single and multiplayer hot air balloon combat. A big update is coming.
  • Assetto Corsa (-80%, $3.99) Racing sim with optional VR
  • Axegend VR (-50%, $4.99) Tower Defense mixed with some fantasy combat
  • Buzludzha VR (-60%, $4.79) If you like VR tourism then this is pretty good.
  • Carnival Games VR (-75%, $4.99) Party game style game. It crashes unless you turn off the game’s haptics in input bindings
  • Bandit Point (-50%, $4.99) Renaissance robot shooter where you possess different robots in combat
  • Flotilla 2 (-50%, $4.99) Turn based RTS in 3D between space battleships
  • VR Furballs – Demolition (-60%, $4.79) Angry birds style game
  • Townsmen VR (-50%, $4.99) This was barebone and felt like a demo, but it’s going to get a big update that scales it up into a game and should be free for anyone who owns this version.
  • Starblazer (-75%, $4.99) A 3D space RTS with multiplayer
  • Skyworld: Kingdom Brawl (-50%, $4.99) This is a classic VR RTS scaled down to a quick 1v1 RTS battle.
  • RuneSage (-60%, $3.99) Open world puzzle fantasy game
  • Everspace (-85%, $4.49) Spaceship cockpit game

  • Groundhog Day: Like Father Like Son (-33%, $10.04) Sequel to the movie with a similar idea where you relive the same day over and over and progress
  • HORIZON VANGUARD (-33%, $10.04) Sega Saturn Style arcade shooter on a hoverbike. Don’t let the graphics fool you, this is a really well made puzzle game in a Sega Saturn style
  • Fujii (-35%, $9.74) Gardening with a weird forest spirit
  • Garden of the Sea (-50%, $5.99) Animal Crossing looking zen farming game by the devs behind Budget Cuts 2, early access but steady updates are coming adding features and more mechanics..
  • GORN (-50%, $9.99) Cartoon melee colosseum game, VR classic that has killed a thousand controllers
  • Contractors (-50% $9.99) smallest player base of the big shooters but full of good ideas and strong gunplay. Now has mod support, including custom maps, weapons, and modes like world war II, ninja warrior, Halo, etc
  • 1976 – Back to midway (-50%, $7.49) Just came out, it’s a good game, already on sale. This is a good deal. This is a 2.5D shoot em up that has “immersion zones” where you take direct control in first person. It really captures the idea of stepping inside an old arcade machine really well.
  • Creed (-75%, $7.49) This is a pretty good multiplayer boxing game that goes for a more arcade style, but is more realistic than knockout league. Graphics are good, it’s polished, and obviously it’s licensed from the movie
  • Bizarre Barber (-50%, $5.99) Arcade game about cutting aliens’ hair as they come by in passing subway cars. It goes for a more surrealist vibe.
  • Cubism (-20%, $7.99) A tetronomo style puzzle where you need to figure out how to make the finished shape out of the pieces you’re given, in 3D. Feels like it’s made by Apple.
  • Gravity Lab (-40%, $8.99) Rube goldberg puzzler where you build machines to get the ball from the start to the finish, sci fi settings.
  • Pierhead Arcade Bundle (-63%, $7.48) The first one is stronger and a great little VR boardwalk to show off to people with high quality games, it just doesn’t have native index controls unlike the second one, which can be a little annoying. The second one had a rocky launch and less quality, but they built it up over time and got rid of a lot of the wrinkles. I haven’t tested the multiplier myself but they have it.
  • Prison Boss (-60%, $7.99) The best crafting game in VR, you play a prisoner who makes and sells contraband, so it’s business sim as well since you buy equipment and supplies to make various products.
  • Tabletop Simulator (-50%, $9.99) (4-Pack for $29.99) (Most DLC -50%,) Look, the VR support here has issues but since it’s a board game simulation all you need to do is make sure you can move around and grab things (just make your own bindings from the desktop SteamVR settings). Once you have that and play sitting down, it can be a really great experience and it makes great use of the comfort of the Index. Since it uses the Steam workshop it’s an insane value with endless excellent quality content. The matchmaking system means you can play all kinds of games at all hours with thousands of people.
  • Westworld Awakening (-80%, $5.99) If you love the show this is a must have, pretty well received as just a good game overall.
  • Superfly (-34%, $9.89) This is a super hero sim game in VR. You can have six different types of powers with their own movement and combat mechanics around a cartoon city
  • Ultrawings (-50%, $7.49) Super user friendly flight sim with VR controls. I definitely recommend it. You complete missions to get money to spend on new planes across several cartoonish islands that you fly between.
  • Shooty Fruity (-55%, $8.99) One of the best wave shooters in my opinion, but the controls are a little broken for the Index since it doesn’t use SteamVR input.
  • RUSH (-60%, $7.99) Wing suit skydiving game
  • Climbey (-31% $6.89) A classic VR climbing game with multiplayer and steam workshop support for courses
  • Space Pirate Trainer (-40%, $8.99) Everyone’s favorite wave shooter, one of the first wave of room scale VR games that came out with the Vive. There’s no progression but it handles the mechanics of dodging bullets and dealing with growing waves of enemies really well with a lot of modes for your weapons.
  • Spectro (-50%, $7.49) Ghost hunting game that feels a bit like it’s made for kids but it’s still a good roguelike.
  • The Curious Tale of the Stolen Pets (-50% $7.49) Cutesy puzzler abou finding a bunch of stolen pets on little floating islands you interact with.
  • ViSP – Virtual Space Port (-50%, $7.49) You build these blocky space stations in third person trying to hold off attacks by aliens.
  • A Fishermans Tale (-35%, $9.74) A recursive puzzle game where you’re a fisherman in a box messing with a fisherman in a box who has a fisherman in a box…
  • I Expect You To Die (-60% $9.99) A james bond style escape room game with a ton of polish and a lot of content, one of the best of the genre.
  • Ultimate Fishing Simulator VR (-66%, $10.09) It’s realistic fishing, in VR.
  • The Forest (-50%, $9.99) Port, has good co op, suniverseurvival with crafting and base building in a forest full of mutants.
  • The Mage’s Tale (-70%, $8.99) I haven’t been able to try this one, but it’s well reviewed and has a nice art style.
  • 2MD: VR Football (-30% $9.09) This is basically quarterbacking in VR. You throw the ball but you don’t run around with it. Also you throw with the trigger by default, for safety reasons. It’s still fun, but it’s definitely not a full football experience.
  • Blind (-75%, $6.24) You can only see by making noise (canes, throwing things, etc)
  • Deism (-30%, $5.59) This a god game with a low poly art style, it’s in early access with a lot of updates.
  • Combat Tested (-69%, $6.19) This is a mixed game, but it’s really creative with the gritty super powers you have while you try to escape from a lab full of people trying to stop you.
  • Cave Digger (-50%, $9.99) Steampunk mining game with multiple endings
  • Knockout League (-50% $9.99) There are only four five fighters to go up against but this is one of the most active VR single player boxers out there. You need to make huge well timed movements to dodge right and beat the enemies. Graphics are cartoony but good.
  • Marble Land (-60%, $5.99) A physics base puzzle game about getting the marble to the goal
  • Carly and the Reaperman – Escape from the Underworld (-50%, $9.99) One of the best asymmetric games, this is a co op platformer adventure where the VR player helps the gamepad player. Works with Parsec/Remote Play Together
  • Gun Club VR (-60% $7.99) For a gun sim, get H3. The value in this game are the missions where you have to hit cardboard targets across different themes and weapon types like WWII, modern day, zombies, or carnival style targets.
  • IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad (-85%, $7.49) A HOTAS based WWII combat flight sim
  • Seeking Dawn (-80%, $5.99) Not great, but super ambitious with story and alien enemies and crafting and base building and just generally more than I expected, and it actually kind of works. For less than ten bucks I think you might enjoy it.

  • Pavlov VR (-40%, $14.99) Pavlov is basically a game that set out to be Counter Strike VR and became the Garry’s Mod of VR and the most creative community outside VRChat. I’ve seen and played everything from roller skate racing, a remake of the entirety of Super Mario 64, TF2 Payload, over a hundred TTT maps, some of the best Battle Royale I’ve seen in VR, Slow-mo zero G modes, SCP, LifeMod and DarkRP, five completely different kinds of zombie modes, and a lot more. It’s been a fixture of SteamVR and pretty soon they’re releasing a World War II update with character models and new guns for the USSR, USA, Germany, and UK, new maps, and multi user tanks that you use in first person. It’s as much a must have as there can be, as long as you like multiplayer shooters.
  • Vertigo Remastered (-40%, $14.99) A 19 year old genius kid who worked at Valve and Cloudhead games made this on his own. It feels like a scaled down Alyx with nice physics, creative weapons and tools, and great personality across a campaign.
  • Paper Beast (-30%, $13.99) One of the standout PSVR games. You’re in a surreal papercraft desert with dynamic and lifelike paper animals. It has a story and then a smaller sandbox mode. It’s a surreal style experience that works well in VR.
  • Jet Island (-35%, $12.99) take on a huge open world with an island of enemies on your hoverboard
  • Falcon Age (-35%, $12.99) You play a young falconer who uses her whip and bird to fight off colonizing robots that are strip mining her planet. It’s a pretty high quality game and semi open world.
  • Budget Cuts 2: Mission Insolvency (-50%, $14.99) VR stealth with a portal style teleport gun and a bow. It’s well written and has a lot of polish. Sequel to one of the standout classics of early VR.
  • Superhot VR (-40% $14.99) This is the game that sold me on VR. It’s basically the Matrix, where time moves when you move. It’s actually not a port of the original superhot, which is why the sequel isn’t coming to VR. I think it’s slightly overrated, there isn’t a ton of content, it just seems more concise than the marketing conveys
  • Gadgeteer (-20% $11.99) Even more rube goldberg puzzler, but more of a dominos style of gameplay.
  • Ironwolf VR (-30%, $13.99) Submarine simulator, has destroyer mode now too with coop and some competitive multiplayer. I definitely recommend this as a co op experience.
  • Hotel RnR (-40% $11.99) You’re a dead rocker who makes a deal with the devil to destroy hotel rooms
  • Duck Season (-35%, $12.99) Make someone else play this without explaining it to them. Tell them it’s just Duck Hunt.
  • Down the Rabbit Hole (-40%, $11.99) Third person Alyx in Wonderland game with player choice
  • The Wizards Bundle (-68%, $15.92) The first one is an okay wave shooter, the second is more of an adventure game with great graphics and more variety.
  • Thief Simulator VR (-27%, $14.59) A semi open world game where you go around stealing people’s phones, jewelry, and cars.
  • Vox Machinae (-45%, $13.74) If you like Mech games this is basically a must buy, you control it by hand with all the bits and bobs of the cockpit and the graphics look really good. VR and flatscreen with crossplay multiplayer.
  • Yupitergrad (-15% $12.74) A grappling hook adventure game set aboard a collapsing soviet space station
  • Windlands 2 (-60%, $11.99) This is a grappling hook style game with somewhat basic graphics but large worlds and big enemies. Some people have called it the best spiderman game in VR.
  • Hello Puppets (-30%, $13.99) Cartoon horror with weird humor, your hand is an evil puppet
  • Moss (-50% $14.99) A third person platformer adventure game about a little mouse
  • Skytropolis (-55%, $11.24) A vertical citybuilder, which is a rare genre in VR. It’s from 2017 and doesn’t get updates any more but it does work and it’s not a bad game in the genre.
  • Pixel Ripped 1995 (-30%, $13.99) A love letter to 16 bit gaming. You play video games inside the game and have to avoid getting caught playing in the middle of the night, etc.
  • ModBox (-25% $11.24) This is a sandbox game creator with steam workshop support. IT has a lot of potential and supports asymmetric play, VR multiplayer, and creation inside and outside of VR.
  • New Retro Arcade: Neon (-35%, $12.99) This is kind of buggy, and you need to use the unofficial arcade builder, but as a social VR experience for friends it can be pretty cool. Roms aren’t shared online unless the other people are on parsec or something, but a few activities like movies, the built in games, and bowling are actually multiplayer. The arcade is persistent for you and your friends even if you’re doing different things in different rooms.
  • Phasmophobia (-10%, $12.59) The big new co op horror multiplayer game, but this one also supports VR
  • Synth Rider (-40% $14.99) This is the closest Beat Saber style game to the original, with a smoother style of gameplay. But the maps feel unbalanced, like every difficulty or gameplay setting is the exact same map just being automatically tweaked. This can make it feel unfair or constricting.
  • Into the Radius (-30%, $20.99) Basically Stalker VR, kill enemies and complete missions for cash as you progress
  • Mini Motor Racing X (-50%, $19.99) Racing game that you control with your actual hands which is great but the tracks can be pretty small and with lots of tight turns since it’s a micro car game. Also has a rocket league mode which is fun.
  • Stride (-25%, $14.99) Basically mirror’s edge in VR. You run and jump and wall run across different environments, with some combat and stealth too. There are two modes out now and another one coming soon with a story.
  • BattleGroupVR (-30% $17.49) This is probably the most polished RTS in VR, made by one dev but it’s right up there with final assault and works better in singleplayer. Multiplayer is being tested right now. It’s a space real time RTS where you’re on the bridge of one of your ships and you can command the others in holograms, see the battle in third person, and the graphics are great. There’s a story and campaign too
  • Until You Fall (-20%, $19.99) This is basically Infinity Blade in VR. It does melee by having lines appear in the air and you need to line up your sword with them to block enemy attacks, with some later enemies requiring you to duck off to the side to dodge attacks. It’s a roguelike so you fight through as many enemies you can, small stage by stage, until you die and spend the money you earned on new weapons and abilities.
  • STAR WARS™: Squadrons (-40%, $23.99) As an experience, Squadrons is exactly what you expect. It’s really immersive and really feels like being in a star wars dogfight
  • The Talos Principle VR (-60%, $15.99) Croteam are the devs of the classic Serious Sam series, and when the Vive came out they went all in and converted all their games over to VR, including their puzzle game Talos Principle. It was one of the higher quality experiences back then and it still holds up.
  • Tales Of Glory (-40%, $17.99) First person medieval war RTS. It’s been in early access for a long time but the dev has put in a ton of work and made it a pretty unique experience with some of the best medieval combat outside Blade and Sorcery combined with strategy and base capture.
  • Universe Sandbox (-33%, $19.99) Just got an update redoing the entire VR UI side of the game.
  • Automata Break (-15%, $16.99) An asymmetric tower defense game you can play with a friend or alone.
  • Skyrim VR (-67%, $19.79) Good port, works better than Fallout4VR with a big modding scene. This price is a bit higher than it has been in the past.
  • Ragnarock (-15%, $16.99) Rhythm game where you beat the drums on a viking ship to metal and celtic rock. This seems like the best beat saber style game I’ve seen alongside Synth Riders, and the music is distinct.
  • Industrial Petting (-15% $16.99) You farm alien pets to sell them back on earth. It’s an industrial production kind of game, with multiplayer support and VR/Flatscreen modes
  • In Death (-50%, $14.99) Roguelike archery game set in Purgatory. Price feels a little steep when it stopped getting updates on PC in early 2019.
  • Angry Birds VR: Isle of Pigs (-30%, $10.49) Basically Angry Birds in 3D. You can shoot in room scale and teleport to different spots to get a better angle. There’s a fair amount of content too.
  • Automata Break (-15%, $16.99) An asymmetric tower defense game you can play with a friend or alone.
  • Arizona Sunshine (-63%, $14.79) The first big co op zombie game. It shows it’s age but it’s still popular and has some DLC. I would recommend this one only on sale and mostly if you’re planning on playing co op.
  • L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files (-50%, $14.99) I think the cases are taken from the original game, but it’s LA Noire in VR. There’s driving, shooting, interrogations, looking for clues, everything from the original game. Seven cases.

  • Half-Life: Alyx (-25%, $44.99) The best looking VR game and one of the best games of this generation.
  • Boneworks (20%, $23.99) First sale so far on this, getting another content update soon. This game is a must buy, but do not get it if you’re new. This is a game where pushing on a wall with your hand pushes the camera back. It will make you sick if you don’t have VR legs. The level and puzzle design isn’t as good as Alyx, but the combat, melee, physics puzzles, are all extremely strong and it has an 11 hour campaign, along with arena, zombies, and sandbox modes. Another content update is also coming soon.
  • The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners (-20%, $31.99) This is a great game. It’s less Left for Dead and more realistic in the sense that tension is very high and both humans and zombies are threats. There’s light crafting, upgrades, and collecting supplies, complete with physics and a faction systems and multiple paths to go down.
  • Vacation Simulator (-20% $23.99) The best minigame collection game with the games integrated into three worlds with a lot to do, across multiple settings with progression and a basic story. Super immersive.
  • No Man’s Sky (-50%, $29.99) All new updates apply to VR too. Performance is spotty but the entire massive experience is carried over into VR, and there’s multiplayer too.
  • Hot Dogs, Horseshoes, and Hand Grenades ($19.99) This game isn’t on sale but it’s getting an advent calender with daily updates until christmas. This is basically the ultimate “labor of love” game in VR. Detailed physics simulation of lots of guns, big recommendation for those with any interest in sandbox, has game modes like Take and Hold and Team Fortress, single player only.
  • Pistol Whip (-20%, $19.99) This doesn’t go on sale as often. I would say it’s the first rhythm game that can actually go toe to toe with Beat Saber. It doesn’t have custom maps, but it gets regular content updates and just got a set of five campaign levels.
  • Ultimate VR Stealth Bundle (-68%, $35.72) Budget Cuts 1, Budget Cuts 2, Unknightly, and Espire
  • VTOL VR (-15% $25.49) This is the most advanced made for VR flight sim with full VR controls, tons of customization, and a bunch of modern fighter planes. It’s a community favorite and it’s even getting multiplayer soon.
  • AGOS – A Game Of Space (-33%, $20.09) This got a super mixed reaction. It’s basically a third person satellite simulator. If you like the movement method you’ll like the game, otherwise you probably won’t. Watch some gameplay on youtube.
  • Sairento (-35%, $19.79) This is like a ninja version of Superhot. I didn’t enjoy it too much but many people like it. It has a lot of different weapons and you can do things like bounce off walls up to an enemy and cutting their head off with a katana.
  • Gnomes & Goblins (-35%, $19.49) This got a mixed reaction. Basically it’s a game where you visit a community of gnomes and has two parts. In the first part you go on a little adventure meeting the gnomes and hanging out with them. But the rest of the game is doing activities and collecting artifacts around their town to fill your house.

  • fpsVR (-20%, $3.19) This is a must have utility for SteamVR. My guide to using SteamVR explains why and how to use it.

Also worth taking a look at, over at Fanatical they’re doing a “make your own steam bundle” sale with a bunch of games. 2 games for $6.99, 3 games for $9.99, 5 games for $14.99

  • Cosmic Trip – A great VR base capture RTS in first person where you build and manage drones and mine for crystals on an alien planet. It’s excellently polished with the graphics.
  • Sprint Vector – Basically a footrace game you play by swinging your arms, set on an alien gameshow.
  • Polybius – A trippy tunnel shooter with surreal pixel graphics, based on the haunted arcade game.
  • Rainbow Reactor- Kind of like a sac toss arcade puzzle game.
  • Conductor – An escape room style adventure game with a physics gun.
  • Battlewake – This was a really hyped game that kind of flopped. Basically it looks really great graphically but the gameplay loop feels really repetitive and kind of shallow. At this price it’s an easy buy though, and as a co op game this can be a lot of fun.
  • Raw Data – Early polished VR wave shooter, but it shows its age. It has multiplayer but the index support is pretty bad.
  • Dungeons & Treasure VR – A small voxel fantasy roguelike with multiplayer support.
  • Grip – Combat off road racer where you go up and around walls, it got gamepad VR support in April.
  • Narcosis – A survival horror game with gamepad VR support. It’s a walking sim with a lot of ambiance.
  • SVRVIVE: The Deus Helix – A very mixed room puzzle game.
  • Craft Keep VR – Reviews for this are just bad, I would probably avoid this one.

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