VR, albeit not as quickly as many would like, is becoming more accessible. Players are looking for decent projects for VR headsets, including in a subgenre such as anime.
These few games set fairly high standards. Some of the games are based on popular franchises, others are standalone, but each one deserves attention.
8. Sairento VR
Technically, Sairento VR is not an anime game, but it includes elements that anime fans will love. First of all, it concerns the combat system. Combat in Sairento is dynamic, made in the style of a ninja and makes you think carefully about your maneuvers. At the same time, mastering the management is not a big deal.
The player is provided with a good arsenal, including both firearms and swords. There is a company mode, and for those who want to get their hands on first, non-story missions are available.
Sairento is available on most popular VR devices including PCVR, PSVR and Oculus Quest.
7. Spice & Wolf VR 1 and 2
“Spice and Wolf” based on the anime of the same name. Most of all, both parts of this game resemble an interactive movie. One of the parts tells about the exciting adventures of a couple of heroes, the second is more focused on their life.
If the player does not put combat at the forefront, then this adventure will definitely give him pleasure. And for fans of history about Holo and Lawrence this is an unambiguous must-have available on PCVR, PSVR and Oculus Quest.
6. VR Chat
VR Chat resembles Roblox. This project, which includes a bunch of minigames and chats, is more focused on social interaction.
Anime is not the main topic of VR Chat, but the ability to make an anime avatar, which many players use, does not allow this game to pass by. VR Chat owners can try PCVR and Oculus Quest. Play it on PC without a helmet, but it will be difficult to fully appreciate the game in this case.
5. Pokemon VR
Where can we go without Pokémon? Pokemon vr – a game available in the Oculus Quest helmet app, SideQuest… This is a small but impressive project that allows you to explore a space filled with Pokémon, catch these creatures and participate in battles.
Pokemon VR, albeit briefly, makes the dream of any Pokemon fan come true. Here you can immerse yourself in this world as much as possible and feel like a Pokemon trainer, albeit not for long.
4. Hatsune Miku VR
If the player is at least a little familiar with the world of anime, then he does not need to explain for a long time who she is. Hatsune Miko… Vocaloids have made it to VR. Hatsune Miku VR – rhythm game in virtual reality. Its uniqueness is that here the player himself can dance with Miku to her music.
Fans Vocaloid must try this game at least once. Hatsune Miku VR works on PCVR, PSVR and Oculus Quest.
3. Little Witch Academia: VR Broom Racing
The theme itself Little witch academia perfect for VR. Broom racing for a real flight experience. Sounds great.
For those who, since the days of Harry Potter, dreamed of flying on a broomstick, Little Witch Academia will be a real gift. The game is available for PCVR, PSVR and Oculus Quest, so whatever helmet the player is wearing, he can try it.
2. Sword Reverie
Sword Reverie Is a game that provides the most unique sword fighting experience in VR. Local opportunities allow you to feel right in the middle of a battle in your favorite anime. The swords here allow you to shoot energy at enemies, set off explosions and, of course, fence.
Once in the world of Sword Reverie, it’s hard to force yourself to leave. You can verify this yourself on PCVR.
1. Space Channel 5 VR: Kinda Funky News Flash!
Space channel came out in 1999 for SEGA Dreamcast, and in early 2020 returned as a version for VR. This is another rhythm game where dancing in a bright, colorful setting is the main mechanic.
Space Channel 5 VR: Kinda Funky News Flash! Includes a company, lasting about half an hour, consisting of 4 levels. There are other modes as well, so while the game is repetitive, it won’t get boring anytime soon. Dances available for PCVR, PSVR and Oculus Quest.