1. Mad Max :
Much more enjoyable than I expected and people review about it. Basically it give you big playground with ability to upgrade your car and your skill (although skill tree is pretty boring). The combat although it is not as fluid as arkham series, my gosh the sound and impact look much better here. You can hear the bone and flesh being squished. Not sure how long the game will be, but i got feeling that i will try to 100% the map just like i did for arkham knight.
2. Hitman 2
After I got Hitman 2016, I know that you able to play that game on newer engine with Hitman 2. So far the control is hard to get used to, probably because I still have muscle memory from playing MGSV. I dont remember that hitman being this hard on normal (professional difficulty) or having such a large field of vision. So the gameplay is much more toward isolating your target and take them out alone.
Best part of hitman franchise now is that each level have much higher replayable value. So instead of shoving long cutscene about target at the beginning you able to play part of the "event / story mission" in different playthrough and learn more about target. Im not gonna play the game until mastery or get higher point, Im probably will just tackle all story missions and be done with the game. Definitely a step toward blood money gameplay with gorgeous graphic (although absolution have much better graphic)
3. Danmaku Unlimited 3
What is more worse than hundreds of bullets flooding your screen? how about each bullets have rapid flashing light enough trigger seizures / eye constraints for normal user. Thankfully it is a budget title, gameplay is nothing to say much except it is like traditional arcade shmup with fast moving bullet rather than slower beautiful pattern like this touhou series. Couldnt pass the normal mode as the 3rd boss suddenly have difficulty spike and with 1 credit, it is just not enough. Somehow this game have different progression system where you can unlock new weapons after finishing some objectives, so Im probably not interested in all that. The Rock background music is awesome though.
1. The Swindle
A game that I postponed last time because of terrible control. I redownload this because I wanted to play something light with my new controller. Sadly the game have more issue with the control. I would say that this is probably one of the only rogue-lite gameplay that I can stand where you try to go into a certain area, steal all the money and go back safely. Upgrade system is pretty nice with various tool and gadget that help to steal money faster. After get enough money, you can unlocked new harder area with more complex guards and drones. If the game have limited of 99 days, I guess I finally beaten the game about 200++ days of retrying... as I lost several earlier playthrough.
MY FREAKING GOD, i shouldve read the review first before buying this, because price wise it is not worth it. I admit the game is mind-bending puzzle, but as someone who already play this type of puzzles throughout my life, this is just too short as I finished in just ONE FREAKING HOUR (insert angry joe voice here). You probably should just watch a playthrough of this game as it doesnt have much anything to offer aside of the awe from discovering the solution for the first time. Worst case? It have achievement that required you to finish this game within 30 minutes, finishing it with less clicks or tackle certain puzzle with first try.
1. Galgun VR
Have been wishlisting this since i got VR, finally decided to buy it during autumn sales. I can simply say that this game have the best shooting mechanic for VR simply because it have target reticule on the destination than relying on laser sight or aim down sight (seriously, it is pretty hard on VR). I know the game is short with only 8 levels, but Im probably will enjoy it slowly and trying to unlock all achievements (get gold rating and take panty shots for many girls). Gameplay wise, it is simply. Shoot the girls until ecstasy,and then suck their mini demons.
A more pleasant VR rhythm game than beat saber at least to me. It focused not just on flick motion, but long holding notes as well. My only issue is that press trigger on VR controller too much is not comfortable tbh. The gameplay is pretty much going a long winding "tunnel" where you need to hit notes at the correct position in circle formation (meaning you do need to hold your hand above your head). It can be play easily while sitting, although some harder notes is pretty hard to used to. Definitely good games if you pretty anime or japanese style rhythm games. (as beat saber map generally more toward western songs)
*Seem like most of viveport games I can download for free each month are freaking terrible. Some better game are not available with subscription and out of 5 games I downloaded, only 3 are decent for me.