Let’s Get Medieval
Until You Fall – $25
Until You Fall just released on Quest, bringing along with it a refreshingly unique approach to VR sword fighting. It combines the satisfaction of a hack & slash game with the depth of RPG combat, all wrapped up in a VR-native design. The game’s Quest port is a near-perfect translation from its PC counterpart which benefits from the lack of tether.
In Death: Unchained – $30
In Death: Unchained is a really polished rogue-lite archery game that pits you against a never-ending mix of horrible ghoulies. Fight through multiple levels, all with their own end bosses, and when you’re done, do it all over again. The damned lovechild of Dante Alghieri and Sisyphus.
Journey of the Gods – $30
Journey of the Gods lets you become the hero on a legendary quest against the forces of evil. Explore a wide and wondrous world, take down baddies in ranged and melee combat, and gain the mystical power of the gods as you solve their mysteries. Low poly, high fantasy.
The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners – $40
Yes, it has plenty of guns and isn’t set in the Dark Ages (or a fantasy version therein) but you’d be surprised just how much time you’ll spend feeling like you’ve been bombed back to the Middle Ages as you melee your way through hordes of deadly zombies. And yes, we’re now over budget by $25, but The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners is still really worth the extra dough. Graphically, it’s a downgrade from the PC version, but you’ll still love it.
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Update (October 13th, 2020): We expanded the list to cover multiple genres so you can pick and mix, or go all-in on some of Quest’s greatest games.