1. Chronos which would have a wider appeal.
2. Elite Dangerous (Although this may have a smaller audience as it takes commitment to play this game)
3. Adr1ft (For pure immersion and stunning visuals)
4. Project Cars (but only if you like car racing games. I tend to get bored of them easy). I am usually half way round when I start trying to ram cars off the road and wishing I had guns on the roof.
I have also played some Vive titles with my hydras which are great but the novelty wears off quick. Most are just proof of concepts at the moment. The gallery star seed one looks good but the game play is way too short. Saving that for my touches, touchi err whatever the plural is.
@flyingsaucers I think Adr1ft is incredible. Its like being in the film gravity. I think it is the most immersive game out there.
The climb does not really appeal to me, maybe if I had touch controllers and it worked with them. I remember playing on the climbing wall in the original Gallery game with Hydras, now that was clever but X-Box controllers I am not feeling it. Maybe if you could also throw things at opponents like goats or spikes.
I have to say I would definetly get Project Cars first because I have a racing wheel. I wouldn't recommend this game as much to someone without a racing wheel. The nice thing about project cars for right now as far as immersion is it doesn't need the touch to make you feel like you're really there. Once the touch comes out, I might think of getting the climb. Right now it doesn't seem like it'd be that much fun with just an Xbox controller. My vote might be a bit swayed because I love racing games so much though.
That sounds awesome, I have never bought a racing wheel - anyone have a good recommendation for one that works well but is not over $100?