3 Top PlayStation VR Games That Can Cause Motion Sickness

PlayStation VR has officially debuted today and as expected, sales from various distributors including Amazon and eBay are reaching a staggering rate. But before you get your very own PlayStation VR and purchase your favorite game, you might want to take into consideration the possibility of discomfort particularly motion sickness during or after playing.

In order to help you choose the right game for you and your family, we've compiled the top 3 Playstation VR games which according to IGN's reviewers, can cause a little to strong discomfort during gameplay.

Here They Lie for PlayStation VR

Here They Lie is a VR horror game developed by Tangentlemen and SIE Santa Monica Studio and published by Sony Entertainment for the upcoming release of the PlayStation VR. It received mediocre to good reviews from both IGN and Gamespot which suggested that it has a lot of space for improvements for the newest PSVR. IGN reviewer suggested that this game can produce strong discomfort and nausea.

Battlezone for PlayStation VR

After numerous reboots, the 1980 Atari's classic first-person tank shooter has now evolved its way to the virtual reality. Battlezone for PlayStation VR received appreciably good reviews in Gamespot which reads: "And while Battlezone VR might have worked just as well without the "VR," it does make the most of Sony's headset." The review also follows that although Battlezone maximizes the usage of Sony's headset VR, it fails to add new unique elements from the game. You're basically stuck as to how the classic game works: base defense and tank convoy. Also, the users might feel a mild discomfort while playing the game.

Rise of the Tomb Raider for PlayStation VR

Originally set to be an Xbox One exclusive, Lara Croft's Rise of the Tomb Raider has come back to the PlayStation fans after almost a year of being released to the Xbox and PC platforms. Now, Lara Croft is back with a 20-Year celebration bundle for PlayStation VR that has a complete package of all the game's DLC plus a VR support for its newest expansion: Blood Ties. Although the ROTTR is a great game overall, its VR reviews for the Blood Ties expansion has dropped severely. Added to this is the heavy discomfort while playing the game in VR.

Here is a Sony PlayStation VR review you might want to check out:

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