Why: While Driveclub wasn't designed with VR in mind, this is still one of the most fleshed out VR experiences. It also makes the transition pretty well, as long as players don't have a penchant for getting sick, and the fast-paced racing is well worth the few bucks Sony is currently asking.
Why: Getting to soar through the air like an eagle is an amazing feeling. Pair that with exploring a gorgeous version of Paris filled with wildlife, and you have the appeal of Eagle Flight. There's also a fun multiplayer mode if you can get a few friends to play with you.
Why: Sometimes its just fun to blow things up. That's the joy of Gunjack, the EVE-universe title that has players blowing up all kinds of things in space. It's cheap, dumb fun.
Why: One of the cooler applications to show friends as a first experience, Harmonix Music VR has several different modes that are fun to check out. It was a bit pricy, but at this discounted cost it's an easy buy.
Why: Despite being a PlayStation VR launch title, Headmaster still offers up one of the best experiences. It's premise is simple, as players perform football headers, but it has a wacky charm and some tricky level design. Plus, it's seen several updates since launch, and has only improved since then.
Why: One of VR's best games, I Expect You to Die is filled with different death traps the players have to dismantle. It's stylish, has a great sense of humor, and can be finished in just a few hours.
Why: Easily one of the funniest and best experiences in VR, the futuristic Job Simulator has players doing a variety of tasks from cooking to working as a convenience store clerk. All are a ton of fun, and there's an easy Platinum in store for Trophy hunters.
Why: Looking for a spooky time? Look no further than Resident Evil 7 biohazard. It's sure to shock you with the additional immersion.
Why: The original Rez was awesome, but Rez Infinite makes it truly shine. The classic title is a natural fit for VR, and the bonus Area X level is absolutely moving. It's one of the most memorable experiences I've ever had in gaming.
Why: There aren't a ton of competitive multiplayer games that are must-own titles in VR, but Sparc is the exception. Basically Discs of Tron but in VR, the one-on-one title is filled with some incredible action. It'll make you sweat, but it's totally worth it.