Err, I accidentally increased my games count like 30 games within last 2 weeks.
Playing so far:
1. Painscreek Killings
Murder mystery walking simulator. The whole premise very intriguing and made you try to solved a case of a murder. You went through out whole town trying to find clues and motive behind the murder. Pretty much hardcore in it's aspect as it doesnt have any sort of hand holding. If you playing blind, you pretty much will wander around for easily more than 10 hours trying to solve the case despite small playing area.
Its unique mechanic is simply the ability to take picture and use it as future reference. There is list of diaries, letters, newspaper cut, logs etc that will help you, but most of the hidden stuff are not exactly straightforward, required a lot of reading. I played this game and finished it within 2 days, I think I spent like whole stretch of 6 hours to in a session trying to solve it. Only referred to guide once I really really stuck as I dont want to spend extra 2 or 3 hours blindly. Awesome game, recommend if you like to solve a mystery / murder case.
Another brief 3 hours walking simulator (actually half of it ability to fly around discover hidden caves) that have minor puzzle with grand story of saving a dying world. I didnt care much, but graphic look neat colour pastel / toon shaded like zelda' wind waker. I dont much to say except it is short games and I didnt bother to collect 100% of it collectible.
Finally beat this game on normal, I did relentlessly try over and over again to beat it any finally beat it after like 20 games over 10 hours of trying. Rely heavily on RNG, but during that winning games it felt like a godray finally shined upon me>
4. Space Run
Just barely touch it, pretty neat tower defense on a space ship. Basically with limited resource, you need to position, adjust and focus specifically on each enemy waves / asteroid in order to successfully deliver space cargo on your ship. Seem like a good game, although I wished there is a speed up button like others tower defense games.
Another games I truly hate despite the good atmosphere and the lore behind. Why? because the game mechanic is terrible. 90% of the game required to press right button and occasionally you need to use "switching planes" power to solve some puzzles. Despite only 1 hour and half, it left like terrible taste in my mouth.
6. Nex Machina
Get arcade shooter, get more neon / bloom effect, get more enemy that you need to aim carefully with your tiny gun, you get this game. One of the good game that I regret I purchased it despite it is good games. Despite playing easy or normal, the enemy room is just punishing because unlike other shump or arcade shooter, YOUR WHOLE LEVEL RESET which punish you for dying as you will have lesser and lesser powerup. Well the games have like 99 continue but I cant imagine of being that good just to beat the campaign / whole 6 acts. Even worse, the game felt like you playing on turbo mode that give less reaction time to understand the enemy mechanic, basically like using your head to hammer a nail over and over again.
I finally just decided to use cheat engine and slow it down to 80% speed, and the game became much more fun / manageable for me.
Now for my new VR experience:
I had negative impression that this game is not a rhythm games same as i liked in many other games, but more toward fast reaction and between in trance with the music and the graphic. I dunno how to say this aside that "YOU NEED TO PLAY THUMPER IN VR", you imagine your body automatically react to all obstacles coming to your face. I admit the game is not easy, especially the weird mechanic of using a button and a joystick, rather than multiple buttons which IMO is much easier. If you can get a hand on it, I highly recommend you to try it (not to mentioned finally it got 75% discount recently)
2. Job Simulator
Fun and charming, simple instruction for you to follow. So far the games is not exactly worth my money to me, because it is priced as 40 hours AAA games to me. But i think i have to give chance to VR games as they are usually are more priced experiences. Probably more polished VR games I have try and I probably with get 2 hours of gameplay out of it.
3. Superhot VR
Same as above, much more polished VR experience. To be honest, I liked if the level is designed more like the traditional one because for some reason I couldnt get the throwing stuff the go to direction that I wanted. Earlier in the level, there was like 5 scenes back to back that I need to survive all of them or you will get reset to the beginning, i think i spent like 30 minutes for that particular level, hence why I prefer more checkpoints in between. Somehow the games give you some view outside of the games rather watching old DOS command prompt screen (basically I get to see the hackers room)
4. Sairento VR
I think I made a big mistake here, I purchase an action ninja game that allowed for you to double jump despite Im easily get motion sickness. Thankfully that whenever you jump, the time slightly slower giving you time to react to your enemy. But for some reason I still get feeling of falling down as there is some gesture like walking along the wall and wall jump that really confused my brain. First level for some reason is way harder than expected, I didnt managed to clear it, probably I will have to stick to easy games.
*If you wanted to buy VR and already have decent PC, I recommend you either get HTC with wireless or oculus Rift. Oculus is coming out with new version of Oculus quest which is standalone VR with touch controller for 400USD in next year/ 2 year iirc. Rift will remained as the best experience the VR can give (maybe there will rift v2 in the future, with higher resolution and wider FOV)