All you Destiny people should love this one. Imagine being able to trick out your Sparrow and take it to the tracks. Racing could happen in VR against the CPU or online.
Spike Chunsoft have already proven they can make a pretty awesome VR experience with Danganronpa, but the the demo currently available on the PlayStation Store is far too short! I want an entire game of interacting with everyone from the games and undergoing the intensity of the class trials from an immersive VR perspective. If you don't know what I am talking about, go play the Danganronpa VR demo and tell me you wouldn't want a full experience out of that.
Dark Cloud was a very unique game for its time, combining dungeon crawling with the building of a town. That town building aspect could be great with a VR element, allowing you to both view the game from a god perspective, and shrink down to walk around the town yourself, much like the actual game of Dark Cloud allows you to do. This idea is inspired by Dino Frontier, and the way you can pinch-to-zoom, making the world micro or macro.
Clap Hanz has already made an extremely good golf game but imagine if you could play 9 or 18 holes in VR. It'd make the feeling of making a hole in one all the more satisfying.
Hop in that plow, drive up and down your fields, and gather all your crops while in VR.
Pick your house, select your position, and get ready to take it to the other team in a fast paced game of quidditch, in VR!
Imagine a VR cafe where you made coffee and food for the patrons and also spent time upstairs building tools and decorating your room. All while interacting with the great characters from Persona 5, and I guess Ryuji can be in it too.
This one might not win you over right away, but just imagine other people watching this explosive game from a new perspective similar to Sparc.
SAW provides the perfect opportunity for players to be scared to death in VR while racing against the clock to get out alive.
Solving cases with your smarts and a VR headset could be a match made in heaven.
Bringing back an oldie here, but just imagine the workout and stress reducer you could have by punching a car over and over again? Just make sure not to get too carried away so you don't wreck your living room!
I had to throw this one in here. Think back to the castle aspect of the Suikoden series, and now allow players to grab the VR headset and take part in activities at the castle, decorate it, and interact with the many colorful characters.
Sneak around in the dark and pick pockets or lock pick doors in this dark, thrilling robbery in VR.
This one is just too easy. I really only need to say Hostess Clubs in VR to convince you.
Escape rooms have become a popular activity, and it'd be a perfect fit for VR. Solve puzzles and make your way outside.