Top 10 Most Anticipated VR Games for 2017
Out of all the VR games here, this is a more realistic type of video game where you are to tutor a girl named Hikari Miyamoto for seven days. There is also another girl, unnamed, with blonde hair that speaks English as shown in this trailer that, to my knowledge, is not yet in the game.
The game has a lot of life-like interactions with the character, and there are various conversations and situations. It’s pretty cute, and maybe could learn something from what you’re tutoring her. The English version will have a Japanese voice, but have English subtitles to aid players. Though the game is exclusive to Playstation VR, the game will have more content added on, like a Winter and Spring Lesson with different main characters. Just recently, they’ve added a DLC called “Second Feel," adding more interactions with Hikari and outfits as well.
This game is coming out for Southeast Asia with English Subtitles early 2017.
This game originated as a card game, with the first edition being. Now Square Enix along with HTC and Gree Co, had created a 360 degree view to ready your deck and battle on! It has newly developed scenarios, 3D bosses exclusively made for the game, and you can also interact with characters at your base. Other than that, there isn't much information about it at this current moment.
I'm not much of a card gamer, I find it very interesting putting card games into virtual reality and seeing how it comes into play, so I'm looking forward to how this will work out and play. It will be releasing Summer of 2017, so you have a bit of time to prepare your deck before the battle begins!
As the name suggests, this virtual reality game is a robot shooter created by Epic Games, and was announced at Oculus Connect 3.There are a variety of weapons able to eliminate and dismantle your foes, challenging missions that only seem to get more difficult, and will feature a leaderboard support for the Oculus SDK. It will also have a sandbox mode, so there will be no limits. The graphics look very nice, and the effects seem pretty cartoon-like. This is their first full-featured virtual reality game, but they did create a demo that was the spiritual successor named Bullet Train last year and it was pretty cool, so I expect the same (if not better) results from them.