The Oculus Quest 2 digital store is full of games and it can be hard to decide which title to pick up and play next.
This month I played some great games like the one that took me on an adventure through outer space and they deserve to get a place in Best Oculus Quest 2 Games The list, but I’ve also played some games that unfortunately aren’t fun – games from the Quest 2 store that you might be better off avoiding.
over here Oculus Quest 2 Games i am playing september 2022.
Ancient Dungeon VR
Ancient Dungeon VR is still something of a work in progress, but if you like rogue-lite games, this is the title of Oculus Quest 2 that you should play.
Admittedly, I was very pessimistic about the old dungeon. The Minecraft-inspired visuals were clearly not my favorite, and I generally hate rogues (Hades is the only game in this genre that I’ve ever enjoyed), but I was happy to spend a lot of time in Ancient Dungeon and look forward to playing more.
While the hack and slash combat game is simplified, it is a lot of fun, and the game size is perfect for virtual reality. The dungeons are big enough to be fun to explore, while not so big that you feel like you’re walking around in a maze. And because the dungeon is always different every time, with plenty of secrets to discover, this game will save you a lot of bang for your buck for $20 / £15 / AU$27.32.
In addition to the light rogue gameplay ideal for virtual reality, there are plenty of opportunities to stop and take a break if you need a minute in the real world. What’s more, while it does need some work, there is teleportation for all players who (like me) can’t stand the smooth movement in VR.
On top of all that, Ancient Dungeon is a great scrolling and playable title. Use our guide to How to turn your Oculus Quest 2 into a TV Then compete against your friends to see who can venture into the furthest dungeon.
I was so excited for Eolia. A climate-friendly puzzle adventure centered around music; Can’t you love him? Well, kind of it seems.
The first bug in the Oculus Quest 2 title was an introduction screen that I described as a “hands-on experience”. I generally found the Quest 2’s hand tracking not half bad, but the Eolia expected a lot from a budget device. The hand motion controls weren’t always different from each other, so it was really easy for the game to register a wrong gesture or not register anything at all – which is pretty frustrating as you can imagine.
In addition, Eolia is not the most comfortable game to play if you suffer from motion sickness. There is no option to use teleportation, and sections of the game in which you ride on the back of a large monster are unbearable. I was able to find some convenient controls in the game’s main menu by going out to it, but the settings weren’t enough to make Eolia’s movement enjoyable.
To make matters worse, I was never impressed by the puzzles of Eolia, which lacked the creative spark I found in VR games like I expect you to die 2.
Eolia would have benefited greatly from the mini-scope. By reducing the size of the world and reducing the number of different things players can do, developers can give the rest of the TLC they need and make playing Eolia seem more worthwhile.
red matter 2
exactly like Last month’s recommendation Moss Book 2I suggest playing through Red Matter before playing Part Two. Sure, Red Matter 2 does a good job of quickly catching you up on everything that has happened in the Cold War-inspired sci-fi story thus far, but it’s in no way a replacement for the actual game.
However, if you decide to join Red Matter 2, you will get an out of this world experience whether you are a fan of the series or a completely newcomer.
Once again walking around in Sacha Reese’s shoes – or at least the body in which her consciousness resides – you are sent on a planet-jumping mission after discovering a distress signal from a companion who was long presumed dead.
On your adventure, you will have the opportunity to explore many environments, while rewarding your curiosity with story details or hints on how to solve the next puzzle in the game. Speaking of, there are some iterations among the game’s puzzles, but overall, the challenges are diverse enough to keep you engaged throughout.
One small detail that is incredibly appreciated is that the consoles in Red Matter 2 are perfectly compatible with the Quest 2 phones. This seriously helps enhance the immersion of the game as you feel like you are actually carrying what your character is supposed to be.
I also liked the developer’s decision to allow teleportation even during sections of the jetpack platform. Other VR game creators could have forced you to use smoother immersive motion, but in Red Matter 2 Vertical Robot lets you play the way you feel most comfortable so that motion sickness doesn’t hold you back.
If you are fascinated by games like Eco color 2 But you don’t want to bother delivering files Oculus Quest 2 for PC Then Red Matter 2 (and the original Red Matter) could be exactly the games you need to play next.
If you are looking for more games to play, check out our selection of Best VR Games.