I am stealing this topic directly from NeoGAF, but most of these games I had never heard of, so I thought I’d share them here as well.

Confirmed Titles
ARK: Survival Evolved

The Assembly

Eve Valkyrie


Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes

Mind: Path to Thalamus

Project Cars


Surgeon Simulator

War Thunder

Among the Sleep

Loading Human

Vanguard V

Rumoured Titles
Get Even

No Man’s Sky

Until Dawn

The Witness

The Gallery: Six Elements

Demo Titles/Possible Full Games

Street Luge

London Heist

Summer Lesson

Whatever This Is

Ha! Summer Lesson. That’s straight out of Japan right? It has to be.

A lot of these look really cool. And by “a lot of these”, I mean “Summer Lesson”.


Sony Computer Entertainment is establishing a new first-party studio in England to focus on creating virtual reality experiences for Project Morpheus, the PlayStation 4 VR headset that’s due out next year.

Last week, Sony posted a handful of job listings for a new developer called North West Studio, describing each opening as “an exciting and rare opportunity to join an ambitious new studio to create original games exclusively for Project Morpheus, PlayStation’s VR platform. Based in the North West of England, we aim to build a small but highly experienced team who want to build great games to showcase this exciting new immersive technology.”

There are 12 vacancies for North West Studio currently listed, covering programming, design, art, and animation. Each listing has a closing date of July 31, so development on North West Studio’s first project won’t start until August at the earliest.

Videos of people playing Morpheus games are going to be my favorite thing soon.

NOPE. Not doing this one. Uh uh. No way.

Coming to Oculus and Morpheus:

Yeah, that essentially looks like virtual reality P.T. And that is not something I want to experience. At least not as one of my earlier VR experiences for sure.

I think VR will take the horror genre to the next level. Imagine walking through that house and you turn around to see some creepy face right behind you. ::shivers::

That’s also a good way to break some headsets. I can see myself throwing my that thing off my face at the first sign of trouble.

I think horror is going to be my favorite VR genre. Can’t wait. Horror can be slow moving and will greatly benefit from the perspective (jump scares, visual creepiness).

I didn’t know that DoubleFine was working on a Morpheus game. I’m sure I’ll pick that one up if I end up shelling out cash for the hardware. This year’s Sony E3 press conference should be good.

GNOG looks like a good use of VR, especially in the early years. Hopefully it strikes a good balance of being more than a tech demo, but also not being too ambitious where it can’t execute on it’s original vision, which I am afraid will be the fate of a lot of these early VR games (possibly The Assembly).

Playing Adr1ft with Oculus Rift is disorienting (in a good way), though fortunately not nauseating thanks to technological advances in the Rift that will be even greater in the final consumer version of the headset. As I floated through the destroyed space station, I’d occasionally look down and see my two space-suited feet dangling above the Earth below. My stomach would do a mini-flip, and I’d have to focus back on the task at hand: navigating through the remains of the station, extending my hand to grab and install oxygen canisters into my leaky suit and listening to audio logs of my fallen comrades that helped me piece together who these people were and what had happened.

Oh boy. I’m actually kinda getting hyped for VR now. I just hope Sony has it priced right.

Sony’s excited about it, too, apparently:

“VRFocus has been told by sources close to SCE that Project Morpheus will be seeing a ‘big push’ at the company’s annual press conference on 15th June 2015. Following that, ‘around half’ of its booth space, which is already known to be sizeable, will be devoted to showing the device. Videogames on display are said to be ‘first-party and exclusive Morpheus titles’ only, meaning anything also appearing on the Oculus Rift or HTC Vive won’t be featured. Many of these titles will have likely already been revealed in that press conference.”

It looks beautiful. I’m impressed.

Oh, since apparently they are keeping the name Morpheus… maybe this can be moved to the Games section.

Not a bad idea, but I say we just leave it here for now to be a catch all of all things Morpheus. Once games start to get released, then maybe they can have their own topic in the games section?