July 24th is shaping up to be a day of releases for PS VR owners. Both Detached and VRobot have just hit the PlayStation Store, bringing two more PC VR games to the platform. One game will have you destroying everything in sight as a giant robot. The other, has you catching your breath as you fight for survival in space.
While both games share a flair for Sci-Fi themes, these two games are very different experiences. While destroying cities with a tornado gun might not be the most casual experience, you won’t be experiencing the extreme motion found in Detached. Let’s see what each game has to offer.
Casual Vs. Hardcore
VRobot is a big robot game with a simple premise, to cause more damage than your opponent. Use your giant robot hands to lay waste to the city more efficiently than your opponent. If getting your hands dirty isn’t your thing, no worries. VRobot has a lightning hammer, transformer sword, tornado gun and even a tractor beam to aid in your rampage. You can pick up VRobot for $14.99, on the PlayStation Store.
Looking to test your iron gun? Detached is the perfect choice if you want to experience extreme emotions in space. This space exploration game has you trapped in an abandoned space station where you will need solve puzzles and locate items before you run out of oxygen. In order to do that, you will need to navigate the space wreckage, experiencing extreme conditions along the way.
Detached also features a PVP game mode that has a dueling and extraction mode, with two maps for each. You can pick up Detached for $24.99, on the PlayStation Store. Both games are also available on Steam for the Rift and Vive.