3) The Gallery: Call of the Starseed (Platforms: Rift, Vive, PlayStation VR)
Inspired by adventurous tales like The Goonies, Cloudhead Games decided to put out The Gallery which will be the first in a planned four-series episode. Th Gallery follows the tale of a young girl who discovers a mysterious message left behind by her twin sister and then sets off on an epic adventure to help a crazy scientist uncover a supernatural mystery. The game begins on a beach after sunset. There will be a radio playing music from the 80’s and a bonfire from which you can ignite fireworks. Most of the object in the game are interactive but that is just for the fun of it. You can move by holding down the controller buttons and then blinking to the point of the world you are looking. In a nearby cavern is what looks like a pirate hideout. One of the shelves in this space hold an enticing box that is out of reach but you can knock it down with a few cans. When you do, you will find a note inside from your sister which will give you a clue to your next destination. The game is a set of puzzle solving like in Silent Hills.
4) Arizona Sunshine (Platforms: Rift, Vive, PlayStation VR)
This is a new shooter from Indie studio Vertigo Games that will place you in the world of zombies. Equipped with pistols, Uzi, and shotguns, players are to ward of waves of Zombie in a zombie apocalypse with the possibility of dual wielding weapons (but this will make aiming a little more difficult). The new demo forces you to discard one of your guns for a flashlight when in a dark cave. Another new feature is an ammo belt, which you can strap anywhere to your body and use to reload your weapons simply by pressing the gun up against the belt. The game is expected to have a co-op mode soon.