Rento Fortune VR

Rento Fortune VR

The game is great but it has 1-2 minor glitches.

I like how it moves you in jail (literally), but you can walk oof of it.

Overall the game is great, even in Early Access. I recommend it

Real player with 4.2 hrs in game

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A few control issues with building up housing banks, and jumping around on teleport can be difficult. A center reset wouldn’t be difficult, and would solve the issue.

Not an all in VR port, everything is done with clicks. That’ll disapoint the purists, but keeps it simple for those that can’t get to grips with the complexity of Table Top Sim’s controls.

The game is nicely scaled, big bright board. A good selection of custome options, and has full multiplayer cross platform play with mobile devices leaving you with no shortage of games.

Real player with 1.9 hrs in game

Rento Fortune VR on Steam

VR King of Battle Cards

VR King of Battle Cards

This game started off a bit rough and hard to play, but the developer continued to work on and improve the game, and the results are showing a lot.

The game is fun to play and anyone who loves card games would love this too; each creature has its own stats and you can improve each cards individual stats, such as a creatures speed, attack speed, strength, etc, so you can make creatures a lot stronger. The potential for this game is big, and I cant wait to see what new creatures and spells get added into the game, as well as multiplayer hopefully in the future!

Real player with 4.2 hrs in game

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VR King of Battle Cards on Steam

Ascension VR

Ascension VR

This was a tough one for me but in the end I can’t fully recommend this game.


  • Card game in VR


  • Only one environment

  • Little to no replayability after a few games

  • Dead multiplayer

  • The VR aspect doesn’t add much to just playing normally

This game was fun for the first few rounds I played and I even ran into 1 or 2 people in multiplayer. There’s no one else that plays and after playing against the computer it really lost its appeal. Sure you can select cards in VR but there’s no unique animations or anything else that really adds to the VR experience, it’s just a bunch of cards held up in front of your face. There’s nothing to unlock and if your game goes on long enough you’ll start seeing the same cards over.

Real player with 6.2 hrs in game

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I’m the kind of person that enjoys collectable card games, but doesn’t want to collect cards. I’d never played Ascension before this game. Ascension VR has a nice tutorial for noobs like me that does a really good job of explaining the mechanics. The card game itself is very enjoyable. It’s the kind of game you’ll say, “just one more round” and then hours have passed before you know it.

Visually the game is very nice. The cards are vibrant and legible and you can zoom in on them if you need to to read the smaller text. The card layout makes sense and is easily accessible. The avatars are well done, but I do wish there were more than 3 of them. The environment the game takes place in is easy to ignore when you want to focus on the game but also pleasant to look at.

Real player with 3.1 hrs in game

Ascension VR on Steam

Hand Cannon Virtuoso

Hand Cannon Virtuoso

This is one of those hidden VR gems that deserves more attention and praise. This game offers a high skill ceiling, with fast, and easy to understand mechanics. It fully takes advantage of the medium and format of VR, and it feels like a full game and not just a tech demo, despite still being in early access.

The main game play is that of a shooter. However, instead of just running and gunning, you have rockets on your wrists, allowing you to jump, fly, glide, and even dash your way through the rooms. This fast, yet tight and responsive flying system, gives the game an immense speed to its main game play. However, this does mean it may not be the best first time VR experience as you move so quickly, but I have never personally experienced any dizziness or nausea from the game.

Real player with 38.4 hrs in game


I am very close to the developer and have been heavily involved in alpha/beta testing for this game, so I am VERY biased :)

That said - as evidenced by playtime I think this game is a lot of fun.

My favorite parts are:

  • Locomotion is pretty unique relative to other VR games I’ve played. It looks fast paced but actually does not really cause me any issues with motion sickness. I think having to wave your arms around to control your thrusters helps with motion sickness.

  • The game is more than a tech demo - I find it fun and highly replayable with a lot of cool content to keep me interested. There are tons of weapons, enemies, and tactics to learn

Real player with 27.6 hrs in game

Hand Cannon Virtuoso on Steam

Skyworld: Kingdom Brawl

Skyworld: Kingdom Brawl

Skyworld Kingdom Brawl is effectively Skyworld ‘light’ and that’s not a bad thing.



Vertigo games has separated the slow going over world side of Skyworld with the action packed card battle side of Skyworld and the result is a hell of a lot a fun.

Anyone who loads into Skyworld Kingdom Brawl that has played the original Skyworld will instantly be familiar with the UI and the feel for how everything works. Most things are intuitive with a few exceptions. Placing the upgrade piece into the slot for example. Once you get this little hiccup worked out there’s not much else to trip you up.

Real player with 14.9 hrs in game

It is a very reluctant recommendation.

Skyworld: Kingdom Brawl is solid mobile-like lane pushing strategy in VR. It’s enjoyable, but needs bigger player base and card pool to be truly great.


  • The genre is popular for a reason: it’s addictive and very easy to learn

  • AI is not bad at highest difficulty, it makes up for small player base a bit


  • It takes a lot of time to find an opponent for online PvP, and the game does not let you play vs AI, while you wait for a match

  • There are not that many cards and different combat mechanics, but this probably will be fixed in future

Real player with 12.9 hrs in game

Skyworld: Kingdom Brawl on Steam

Cards & Tankards

Cards & Tankards

100 Hours. Wow.

So where do I even start? This community is wonderful, compassionate, and caring for everyone in the tavern. If you find any trolls or general annoyances, a simple report and a minute or two will sort the problem with in-game moderators to the case in a very short amount of time. The devs can also be found often playing games and in taverns, welcoming new players, answering questions, and even sometimes subtly hinting at new plans for the game. There is no Pay-To-Win at all in the game, not even if you wanted to. If you did want to support them however, you can buy gems which use real world money and go straight to the devs and back into the game if you use their website. These gems can be used to buy cosmetics and a premium pass.

Real player with 416.7 hrs in game

Constant executable not found or disk write error when trying to launch. Previously had to keep reinstalling to get it to work right. Work around being to launch the game is through steams current downloading folder and engaging the exe from there. This occurs no matter what drive I point it to for the install be it my SSD or my HD and is the ONLY game this happens with out of all over 1000 of my other games this has never happened before. It makes it a pain to have to launch all the time.

With that said, despite what a pain it might be to launch the game it’s worth it. The only thumbs down I’m giving is for technical issues which aren’t addressed and not to do with my side of hardware. The community is helpful and nice, the game is a great idea and well implemented. It’s an all around fun game that I think might develop into something even better. It’s not pay to win in any way, anything purchased for currency is cosmetic only which is really nice. Everyone has equal chances at getting to the same place just some look fancier than others.

Real player with 78.8 hrs in game

Cards & Tankards on Steam

PokerStars VR

PokerStars VR


If you like holdem… Stop what you are doing… Just play this.

I can’t believe this game is free. It is UN-BE-LIEV-A-BLY fun.

I have played no less than one million hands of live and online poker. I have played the World Series of Poker Main Event three times. And PokerStars VR is THE MOST FUN I HAVE EVER HAD PLAYING CARDS. I’m not exaggerating. I started playing it 35 days ago, putting in 301 hours since then. But I know that I’ve taken at least five days off of the game completely. So yeah… more than 10 hours on the average day I play.

Real player with 3053.6 hrs in game

As someone who made a living player poker for many years, I think I can give a fair review of this game.

Overall it is a very positive experience in terms of the people, the gameplay, the environments, and the “props” you can play with. Not everything is programmed perfectly yet in terms of poker play, but it is very close and getting there. There are no MTT’s yet, but that will happen someday I believe. It’s all for play money, not real money, so no having to worry about financial risk in the game.

Real player with 2929.6 hrs in game

PokerStars VR on Steam



A very fun strategic and social game.

Still a bit rough around the edges and lacking features. The team behind Re-o-Ri is very receptive to feedback and has a significant roadmap laid out for all to see. Remember that this is an alpha build of the game and set expectations accordingly. That being said, it’s still a blast to play with friends in its current state.

As with any alpha game there are a few bugs and a few items to polish up. I’ll forgo the items that are already on the roadmap which can be found here:

Real player with 8.3 hrs in game

This is a amazing experience! Had fun with the devs and groof around. Pretending we’re the characters from the yu-gi-oh franchises. The summoning and animations are quite satisfying. I’m looking forward to what this game holds in the future! I hope this game get successful! Spread the word to make that happen! Tell your grandma, grandpa, mom, dad, prostitute, drug dealer, dogs, cats, cat’s kittens. ANYONE! SPREAD THE WORD! People must know about this game existence!

Real player with 4.3 hrs in game

Re-O-Ri on Steam

Manastorm: Champions of G’nar

Manastorm: Champions of G’nar

I love the game as it is a nice VR take on Hearthstone. However, I know this is still EA but I haven’t seen an update in a few months!! Another game that I play which is in EA is QuiVR. There’s updates daily! I feel like the person who developed this game took my $4.99 and ran off the Cancun and is sitting on the beach sipping tropical drinks all day.

Things that I’d love to see more off……. a variety of cards, multi player, and deck building! At least give us a quick statment on where your at in the stages of implementing things.

Real player with 3.8 hrs in game

I gotta say this is great, right now it’s pretty basic only one deck and one opponent but lovers of MTG, Yugioh, or Heartstone will truly enjoy this especially for only $5. It has its own unique mechanic where you’re provided a bow and sometimes arrows and you can shoot monsters or your opponent. I rarely buy steam games so I’m not sure if they go up in price but once this game gets fleshed out with PVP and more decks it’ll be worth A LOT more than 5 bucks so I’d buy it now.

It’s a great concept that I’ve dreamt of since I was a kid watching Yu-gi-oh 10ish years ago and finally seeing it in action didn’t disappoint I’m so excited for future content in this game.

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

Manastorm: Champions of G'nar on Steam

3dSen VR

3dSen VR



my mind has been blown. im surprised at how little attention this has. as of now product is 2% positive reviews away from “overwhelmingly positive” and rightfully so (i hope it makes it there c:). First off i would like to emphasize that this is not a game but an emulator. A very very nice emulator on steroids. i would akin it more as software that you use to run other games. 3Dsen does not come with these games but it will greatly enhance them if you download the games (via a simple google search) and run them with 3Dsen. their very easy to download if i want super mario bro 3 i just google “super mario bro 3 nes download” and boom there it is.

Real player with 18.1 hrs in game

3DSENVR breathes new life into old classics. Duck Hunt makes for a respectable target shooter in VR. That’s right: Duck Hunt… a game that came out in 1984… is a FUN VR GAME now.

Even stuff that kind of sucked… at the time it came out… is now modernized into a total blast to play: A 1983 Pinball game I otherwise wouldn’t have given ANY thought to as an 8-year-old kid is freaking MAGICAL now. To be clear: I had ZERO nostalgic feelings for that title… but now it’s one of my favorite 3DSENVR games.

Real player with 7.8 hrs in game

3dSen VR on Steam