Pure Talk: 7 PSVR Experiences We’d Throw Our Money At

Yep, we’re doing a list. It’s Monday morning and there’s no much else to do, and after having a deep discussion within our ranks here at Pure PlayStation, we’ve decided to compile a wish-list of PSVR experiences we’d throw our good money at, no questions asked.

Flynn: “You’re tellin’ me, right, that you don’t wanna shoot anyfin’? Drake: “Yeah, I just wanna clean old shit for fun.”

Uncharted: The Experience

If you played Uncharted: Golden Abyss on the PS Vita, you’ll immediately see where I’m going with this one. Instead of being a first person shooter where you stand in the scruffy boots of Nathan Drake, cracking jokes while blowing skulls, how about a couple of hours as Drake doing some exploring. It doesn’t even need to have any of the tedious climbing, just the act of finding lost treasures, picking them up, inspecting them and dusting them off. It worked really nicely on the PS Vita’s touchscreen with the different input methods, but now we long for something a little more immersive, and thanks to PlayStation VR, it’s now entirely possible.

The first-person game you didn’t know you wanted. You do want it. Believe.

Farming Simulator:  Combine PSVR Harvester

Ok, this is a personal request by this writer; Farming Simulator is his guilty pleasure. Don’t judge. Please. Giants Software has really brought the series forward in recent years, and it just keeps getting better. The natural next step, then, is PSVR compatibility. See, when we’re on our farms, toiling the land and working up a sweat (on the palms), we’re really into it. However, actually being able to walk around the farm, throw a bit of chicken feed at the chickens and maybe even wrestle a pig or two would be, in a word, epic.

You’ll be able to fly like a bird, but you’ll still look a bit daft.

Superman: Flight and Fight

We’ve had Batman: Arkham VR give us a taste of what it’s like to be a superhero, but how about the greatest of them all? Yes, we’d love to fly around Metropolis as the Man of Steel, and in PSVR, it’d be pretty wicked – maybe even a little nauseating. We wouldn’t leave it there, though, as we’d want to punch some punks in the chops and see them launched across a city street. The Last Son of Krypton hasn’t had a good relationships with video games, but we reckon he finally find his feet with PSVR.

Nothing funny here, go to the next picture. Sorry.

FIFA: Be the Keeper

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