The 10 Best Virtual Reality Games You Can Play Right Now

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Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes

Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes

This puzzle game has been built around the concept used in countless Hollywood movies and TV shows in which a clock ticks away the minutes and you’re tasked with cutting the correct wire before it's too late. This being a multiplayer game, the bombs you’re tasked to disarm are very complex and packed with switches, knobs, and levers. Every bomb is randomly generated, which opens up the replay value of this experience. As does the multiplayer design, which has one player wearing the headset and the others helping by reading a manual on how to diffuse the bomb. The interactivity this opens up can be hilarious. And it’s a great way to pass around a VR headset and get a taste for the technology, since most people won’t have multiple headsets in a home (outside of mobile goggles). [PlayStation VR, HTC Vive, Google Daydream, Samsung Gear VR, $15;]

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