10 Games That Prove VR is Here to Stay

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

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Rez Infinite

All the rush of mind-expanding drugs, none of the consequences your mother constantly emails you about because she saw a special on Dr. Phil. Rez  – which first appeared on the Sega Dreamcast in 2001 – is a classic but it turns out that it's also a perfect fit for virtual reality. The new "Area X" mission is particularly mind-blowing, as you float freely through glowing particles and light beams, as if swimming through stars. Play it once, and suddenly traditional non-VR Rez feels like a pale imitation. Oh, and the special body suit you can wear to really feel the music is optional.