Single Player Shooters
The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners – $40
The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners is one of the best games on Quest, bar none. Tossing the user head-first into a post-apocalyptic New Orleans, you navigate rival gangs, take out walkers with gun or blade, and run at full speed hoping to get back to base before the sun goes down and you’re mobbed to death by the undead. It’s not open world, but you’ll probably forget that considering how large and detailed bespoke levels are.
SUPERHOT VR – $25
If you’ve never had a chance to play either the VR version or the original Superhot on PC, it works like this: every time you move, time moves forward. Stand still, and the world stops. You’d think it would be easy to win against the evil red crystal dudes that run at you, but each movement is death sentence waiting to happen if you’re not careful. Catch guns, shoot, punch, die, repeat until you feel like Neo from The Matrix or John Wick from … John Wick. You’re bound to feel like some version of Keanu Reeves in Superhot VR.
Sniper Elite VR – $30
We have our gripes with Sniper Elite VR’s campaign, but the sniping experience is difficult to match, putting it well in line with the Sniper Elite franchise as a whole—including blood-curdling kill-cams. Jump into the boots a of an Italian resistance fighter and take on basically the whole Wehrmacht as you push them out of Southern Italy.
Resident Evil 4 VR – $40
We know this one puts us over budget for single player shooters, but you might also consider Resident Evil 4 VR for Quest 2 if you’re looking for a nice little blast from the past. Fair warning: there’s a bunch of cutscenes that play out like movies in a black void, but it’s still pretty amazing to step into the newly polished and patently decrepit world of Resident Evil and take on the mantle of un Forastero as you upgrade guns and scramble for health potions at every turn.