10 Games That Prove VR is Here to Stay

From mental machines to drinking acid, the virtual reality games that impressed

Crows Crows Crows


If you've ever watched Rick & Morty and thought that's the kind of anarchic world you'd like to live in, the cartoon's creator Justin Roiland has your back. In this batshit-crazy VR adventure, you'll get shouted at, meet The King of VR, chat with skulls, and die. A lot. The game itself is simple to play, but there's so much personality that it feels like being transported to a planet where the atmosphere is 28% laughing gas. VR is increasingly attracting talent from the worlds of TV and film to game creation and this is just a first (hilarious) taste of what's to come.

Back to Top