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Asymmetric VR

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Top 120 best Steam games of all time tagged with Asymmetric VR, according to gamer reviews.

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
7.41
92% 118 votes
6.47
82% 17 votes
6.13
69% 155 votes
5.67
63% 43 votes
5.00
50% 6 votes
5.00
50% 2 votes
4.52
33% 3 votes

Correlated tags

Correlation is how often another tag appears together with this tag. If one in every five games tagged with Asymmetric VR is also tagged with a correlated tag, the correlated tag has 20% correlation. 100% correlation means the pair of tags always appear together.

Tags most frequently applied to the same games as Asymmetric VR, with at least 15% correlation.

  1. VR 89%
  2. Singleplayer 54%
  3. Action 49%
  4. Casual 44%
  5. Indie 42%
  6. 3D 39%
  7. Simulation 34%
  8. First-Person 32%
  9. Multiplayer 25%
  10. Adventure 25%
  11. Exploration 22%
  12. Early Access 21%
  13. PvP 21%
  14. Immersive Sim 20%
  15. Local Multiplayer 20%
  16. Family Friendly 19%
  17. Atmospheric 18%
  18. 6DOF 16%
  19. Fantasy 16%
  20. Physics 16%
  21. Horror 16%

The Asymmetric VR tag refers to a specific type of virtual reality (VR) gameplay where players in a multiplayer game take on different roles or perspectives, creating an imbalance of abilities and experiences between them. This genre of games aims to provide unique and dynamic interactions between players by leveraging the capabilities and immersion offered by VR technology.

In asymmetric VR games, one player typically assumes the role of a VR headset user while others play using traditional input devices such as controllers, keyboards, or mice. The player wearing the VR headset gets a first-person perspective within the virtual environment, often representing an avatar with distinct abilities or gameplay mechanics. Meanwhile, the other players can have different goals or control characters that interact with the player in VR.

This genre offers various possibilities for cooperative or competitive gameplay experiences. Some examples include:

  • VR Horror In these games, one player wearing the headset becomes immersed in a terrifying environment while other players use traditional controls to manipulate scares or obstacles for them.
  • Versus Games These are competitive multiplayer experiences where one player utilizes immersive VR controls to play as an overpowered character while others utilize standard controllers to oppose them with limited resources but clever strategies.
  • Puzzle Solving Asymmetric puzzle-solving games task players using standard inputs to collaborate with those in VR who have unique perspectives and tools required for solving puzzles within the shared virtual space.

Famous examples of asymmetric VR games include:

  • Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes In this cooperative game, one person wears the headset trying to defuse a bomb while others navigate through paper-based manuals instructing them on how to assist based on their observations of what's happening inside.
  • VR The Diner Duo This co-op game has one player in VR acting as a chef in a busy restaurant while another player on the same computer uses traditional controls to serve as the waiter, taking orders and delivering plates.

Overall, asymmetric VR games offer a novel and immersive multiplayer experience by creating an imbalance of abilities and perspectives between players. This unique dynamic encourages collaboration, creativity, and innovative gameplay interactions within the virtual reality space.

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