In a world of endless competition, which one of these titles stands out as the best?
As always, this week’s focus is on the best VR games.
Focus: The Walking Dead, The Last Guardian, The Walking Ballroom, The Order 1886, The Crew 2, Overwatch, The Journey The Walking dead is an absolute classic of VR gaming, and its survival is its strength.
The Last Story and The Order were the first games to use the motion-tracking technology in a VR game, and both of those titles have been remastered and expanded on to a new generation.
Both of those remasters are well worth your time.
And for a new breed of VR games to take advantage of that motion-tracked technology, we’re talking about The Walking Cat.
The Walking cat is a game developed by Sony Interactive Entertainment that was developed by the studio behind the first-person shooter The Order: 1886.
It’s a sequel to a first-party game that Sony Interactive had already released in 2014, but the studio was forced to abandon the project after the company found out that a developer who had made the first game had plagiarized the gameplay.
(Sony Interactive didn’t comment on the situation at the time, but it did say that The Order was not plagiarized.)
The Walking Cats world is a little more detailed, and more accessible to the player, but its gameplay is still pretty limited compared to the more expansive worlds of The Order.
Its not quite as immersive as the first instalment, but The Walking cats survival mode feels like a welcome improvement over the standard survival mode in the original The Order, which felt incredibly limited.
It also doesn’t hurt that The Walking World’s visuals are gorgeous, and The Last Kingdom’s soundtrack is well worth a listen.
It could easily be the best game in VR right now, and it’s definitely worth checking out.
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