Matt Nava's work at thatgamecompany was beyond impressive, but ABZÛ takes exploration to a new level. This beautiful game about sea exploration is possibly the best looking PS4 title, and we would love to experience it in virtual reality. Imagine wearing Project Morpheus while swimming with schools of fish and during close encounters with sharks!
Jonathan Blow has been working on The Witness for a long time now. The puzzle game, which sports over 670 puzzles, looks extremely promising. Hopefully the considerable development time will allow the game to support Project Morpheus, as we would love to explore the title's beautiful environment in virtual reality!
Few games are as hilarious as Surgeon Simulator. Sure, you might end up botching a surgery, but that is most of the fun! Throw in the ability to go on a complete trip and Surgeon Simulator is a great candidate to be played in Project Morpheus. This is one experience that would only be made even wackier by virtual reality.
DriveClub may have not been the hit that Sony and Evolution Studios were hoping for, but it is still a solid driving game. One way to reinvigorate interest in the title would be to patch in Project Morpheus support in the future. Driving through beautiful race tracks at high speed sounds like a lot of fun either in real life or virtual reality!
Mike Bithell's Volume releases in August and the stealth game has plenty of gamers excited. With its unique aesthetic, Volume seems to be a great candidate to receive Project Morpheus support. Few genres seem like they could benefit more from virtual reality more than stealth. So hopefully we'll see what it can do for the genre soon!
One of the first things that fans did once the Oculus Rift was available was to patch in VR support for Mirror's Edge on PC. Since the demand is already there, it would be a shame if Mirror's Edge Catalyst did not support Project Morpheus. Parkour in a virtual space has a ton of potential, and it would be awesome to see Faith's latest adventure in VR!
Developer Drool describes Thumper as "rhythm violence", and that description is spot-on. Few games offer up such an intense audio and visual experience as Thumper does, so we would love to see what the game could do if it supported Project Morpheus.
Few first-person shooters have proved to be as addicting as Destiny, so we can only imagine how engrossing Bungie's game would be in Virtual Reality. Who wouldn't want to strap on a headset, explore planets and participate in raids?
In its current state Until Dawn is one of the most intense and startling games ever to exist. This E3 2015 highlight could bring dramatic situations to life if it used Project Morpheus. We're not sure we would want to see the jump scares, though!
Few games are as frightening as 2014's Alien: Isolation. With a terrifying Alien stalking you throughout the space ship, there was never a dull moment. Isolation could be even scarier if it used Project Morpheus!