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7 New Weird VR Experiences and Games

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Vrtual reality has gotten even weirder! From mixed reality boxing matches to some freaky anime action, the possibilities of VR have grown leaps and bounds since its introduction in 2016. If you thought that VR was just about shooting zombies or playing Beat Saber, then think again! In this blog post we’ll be exploring 7 unique experiences you can enjoy in a world where the physical boundaries are now blurred. Forget staring at boring screens; let’s journey into a true 3D realm full of grand adventures, strange creatures, and so much more! Get ready for an incredible ride straight into Virtual Reality 2023 – it’ll be unlike anything you’ve ever seen before.

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1) Save your Wifu

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Are you a fan of anime, fantasy, and love using words like uwu or wifu in your daily vocabulary? Then, have we got news for you! The Iragon Prologue is now out on PCVR and, the best part is that it is absolutely free to play. This VR game lets you play as Darick, a young hopeful who dreams of becoming a knight. But, when his village is raided, he is thrown into an intense war, and things take a twisted turn from there. Throughout the game, the dynamic combat system features both magic and melee, such as flame, ice, and shock. It’s still pretty basic in its current state, but definitely has great potential.

Did we mention the women who are eager to show you a good time? Oh yes, that’s a recurring theme.

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2) Learn a language

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The immersive world of Noun Town, for example, allows you to interact with various objects and NPCS to learn how to pronounce them correctly. As you do, the world gradually returns to life with color, and you’ll even have a curated list of words to revise based on what you’ve already learned. And if that’s not enough, there are heaps of fun mini-games to play as well. Take, for example, the cafe game, where customers come up to you and ask for an item, which you have to deliver on time. Currently, the game supports seven languages, including Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Spanish, French, German, and Italian. VR offers a whole new level of entertainment, allowing you to experience these weird and wonderful things from the comfort of your own home.

We have a full review on Learning a language in VR.

3) Become an F1 Driver

VR has revolutionized the gaming world and made it possible to experience what it feels like to be a Formula 1 driver. F1 2023 is the latest game that has full PCVR support, which is great news for fans of the game. The game is not available on PSVR2.

At $85, it is the most expensive game on the list and requires additional equipment like a force feedback steering wheel for the best immersion. Playing the game with a mouse and keyboard is not recommended, especially as it is a racing simulator. The game comes out once a year, and the last two versions have included PCVR support. The game offers a range of modes, including a short story mode, time trials, online multiplayer, and the ability to play a season with a friend. VR adds realism to the game, and it is an excellent way to improve your sim racing skills.

4) MVR Youtube videos

Although it can be scary at times, experiencing VR is one of the most immersive and intense experiences out there. And if you’re after weird VR experiences, MVR’s got you covered. Whether you’re afraid of spiders, heights or even being eaten by titans, MVR has likely created an experience that aligns with your fear. And for the truly brave individuals out there, you have the option to be chased around a house by Patrick from SpongeBob. Although we don’t recommend that one, it’s definitely not for the faint-hearted.

5) Become a part time baby sitter

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Are you looking to become a part-time babysitter without receiving any payment? Now you can! With the success of Gorilla Tag, we are seeing more and more games convert to a free-to-play model. And with any free game “Quest kids” are sure to follow.

One of the games that went free-to-play is Hyper Dash, a speedy team-based shooter that features different modes, including Death Match and Capture the Flag. But if you decide to play, make sure not to upset the younger players – as Obiwan would say, “They will soon be back and in greater numbers.”

6) Mixed Reality Boxing

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Meet X-Fighter – the new VR fitness game that’s taking things to the next level. With its Mixed Reality features, you can now step inside the game and battle cyborgs in your own living room, all while breaking a sweat and getting a great workout. This rhythm-based boxing game comes with all the features you would expect, including a selection of songs and the ability to upload your own MP3s, a scoring system with a streak multiplier, and simple gameplay mechanics that involve blocking or dodging your opponent’s attacks, and countering with your own.

While X-Fighter is still relatively simple at this point, we can’t wait to see what the future holds for this exciting new addition to the world of fitness gaming. Plus, your pets and TV screens will thank you for leaving them unscathed as you dive into combat with this virtual gaming experience.

7) VR Bikini Yoga – All Devices

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Looking for a fun and accessible way to add some yoga stretching to your daily routine? Look no further than this series of 5-10 minute sessions set on a sunny beach, surrounded by girls in bikinis. But this isn’t just a gimmick – the newer sessions are led by a highly qualified instructor and feature participants of various skill levels, so you can choose the variation that best suits your needs. And the best part? This is a free resource that you can access from virtually any device, including your phone or VR headset! Whether you’re an experienced yogi or just looking for a fun way to stay active, this series is sure to have something for you.