Best PSVR games rated M

The best M rated VR games for PSVR do not have the same constraints as games aimed at younger audiences. Because of this freedom, gamers can experience adrenaline pounding games that throw us right into life or death situations. Our list shows you the best new offerings for PSVR. Whether your interest is solving a brutal murder or ripping an opponent to shreds with your bare hands, this list of the best VR games rated M will help you find exactly what you are looking for.

Batman Arkham VR (PSVR)

Short, adrenaline fueled and punchy. This takes the top of our best PSVR games rated M. This title is short but breathtaking. The story takes you through different puzzles as you solve crimes. The moment that you first put on the mask and stare back at yourself is one you will never forget. This is top of our best M rated VR games for PSVR because it showcases exactly what we have to look forward to in the future of VR gaming.

Price: $29.99 Canadian

Requires: PS4, PlayStation VR Headset

Pros: Batman Arkham VR isn’t meant to be a full, epic storyline with 10s of hours of gameplay. That means the price is very reasonable. The biggest pro is that you get to experience what it is like to be the Batman. You really do feel as though you are staring down at the broken city of Gotham.

Cons: If you don’t have PlayStation move controllers, you will miss out a huge part of the experience. The game is simply too short to be a full feature game. It’s a first generation VR experience. If you keep that in mind, it’s a damn good one.

Trailer: This trailer shows you some of the reactions that players had to the game.

Resident Evil 7 VR (PSVR)

Resident Evil 7 in virtual reality is coming out 01/24/2017. Reactions to the demo’s and pre-release content have been promising. Survival horror feels a lot different when you’re actually there. This game is compatible with PSVR but it can be played in non-vr.

Requires: PS4, PlayStation VR Headset

Price: $114.99 Canadian for the Pre-Order Deluxe Edition (ouch)

Pros: Resident Evil franchise fans are going to love this one. The whole concept is sickening. A disgusting old plantation mansion inhabited by some literal evil residents. If you enjoy tense, puzzle oriented gameplay and a sense of dread, this one is for you.

Cons: There’s a higher risk of nausea with this game, in terms of reactions to the demo content. The graphics also suffer a little because so much time was spent making sure the VR works well. Every little detail needs to be perfect in VR or your brain will reject the experience with something feeling “off”. The price is the biggest con. It’s just too expensive for most gamers.

The trailer will be disturbing for those unfamiliar with the franchise. You’ll see why this is an M rated VR game.

Keep tuned for more of the best games rated M for PSVR. We will be updating this list as more titles come available.

PSVR games that fall short of the best M rated VR games list

Not every game is going to be a winner. This is especially true because PSVR is such new technology. Some titles are going to be rip-offs, especially for Canadians who get the short end of the stick in terms of prices. The PSVR games rated M combine great gameplay with great value. The following might have one of the two.

PlayStation VR Worlds (PSVR)

VR Worlds takes you through 5 different scenarios including executing a bank heist in London. It’s visually appealing and entertaining, but falls short. The experiences it comes with are: The London Heist, Ocean Descent, VR Luge, Scavenger’s Odyssey, and Danger Ball.

Requires: PS4, PlayStation VR Headset

Price: $49.99 Canadian

Pros: Entertaining little games, especially the London Heist. VR Worlds is simple and a good introduction to virtual reality gaming.

Cons: Feels like a demo. VR Worlds is all about showcasing what VR can do. It does that well. What it doesn’t do well is hold up as a full length game, especially when it comes with a $49.99 price tag.

Trailer: You might be surprised by the quality of these games. It’s not a bad game, it just feels little bit like a bunch of minigames pieced together. To get a spot on the best PSVR games rated M, it would have to feel more fully fleshed out.

As more flops come out, we’ll add them to this list! Luckily, the games on the list so far are still enjoyable. There still hasn’t been an M rated disaster for PSVR.