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If you have PSVR 2 and want to feel like an action hero with telekinetic powers, Synapse might just be the game for you.
Combining squash and Breakout, C-Smash VRS is a PSVR 2 game that you'll likely return to time and time again.
Did you miss Sony's PlayStation Showcase? Don't worry: we've rounded up all the announcements from the show right here.
It'll feature brand new games and IPs from first and third party studios. Hype.
Thanks to the power and features of PSVR 2, Creed: Rise to Glory - Championship Edition is a must for boxing fans.
The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners - Chapter 2: Retribution might just be the most impressive PSVR 2 game yet.
We had high hopes for The Dark Pictures Anthology: Switchback VR, but the end result is a little disappointing.
Before Your Eyes is transformed on PSVR 2, making this emotional narrative more immersive than ever.
Like co-op shooters such as World War Z and Left 4 Dead? After the Fall, now available via PSVR 2, might just be the game for you.
Fancy mining for treasures in virtual reality? That's what Cave Digger 2: Dig Harder has you doing. Or, at least, has you think that's what you'll be doing.
The classic on-rails shooter with a banging techno soundtrack gets improved yet again. Rez Infinite is a PSVR 2 must-have.
Jurassic World Aftermath Collection looks nice via PSVR 2, but unfortunately its gameplay leaves a lot to be desired.
Who knew having sticky tentacles could be so much fun?
If you're lucky enough to have a PSVR 2 headset, you might be wondering what are the best games to play. We've rounded them up right here.
If you've got PSVR 2 and dream of being a rock god, Unplugged: Air Guitar is probably the game for you.
It might not be quite the same as a real holiday, but Vacation Simulator on PSVR 2 is still well worth paying a visit to.
A mesmerising, engaging experience that will have you dancing to banging synth beats.
If you love the idea of playing drums along to Viking and pirate-inspired tracks, Ragnarock is the PSVR 2 game for you.
Described as a "rhythm violence" game by its developer Drool, Thumper is unlike anything else you've ever played.
For fans of on-rails shooters like House of the Dead, Zombieland: Headshot Fever Reloaded is an excellent modern-day equivalent.