10 Games That Prove VR is Here to Stay

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

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

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.