I’ll say that VR is undoubtedly getting better, but the content isn’t quite there for me yet to use it all the time. I always liked the middle ground games with scale and depth, but not so much arcade or simulation. One of my favourite games companies was Bullfrog - Magic Carpet, Dungeon Keeper, Syndicate etc, still looking for the modern day equivalent, VR or not. Combined with limited ability to set up for room scale, it’s not as easy as the pancake days!
Elite - VR gives it more life for sure and the main one I can always come back to
Boneworks, room scale setup issues aside. Limited replayability though.
Skyrim, haven’t played for months though. Limited VR implementation but at least there’s a big world
VTOL VR - VR genius, will definitely play more I don’t have the skills yet
Aircar - great for a quick sci fi ambient experience
Onward - best with a gunstock but I don’t have the adaptors for the Index controllers. Closest thing to Arma VR
DCS - just don’t have the time to make progress, prefer VTOL for the VR experience
Assetto Corsa - brief testing only but not bad
Gorn / Superhot - fun for a blast
Subnautica - amazing pancake, shame about the VR implementation
Lone Echo - amazing game / experience
Hellblade VR - setup issues, haven’t really tried it
Fallout VR - haven’t even dared to install that monster yet
Asgard’s Wrath and Stormland in future
Still looking at Star Citizen via VorpX hehe. Could be the best visuals I’ve seen in VR, IF I can get it working…
Edit: surprise discovery thanks to Brzijoe - Seeking Dawn. Like Subnautica with guns, single player
/ co-op flexibility, impressive visuals, and very high quality VR implementation. Feels like something you can really get stuck into, but waiting for 8KX before doing too much!