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The best VR games for you to play – CNET

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Playable on: HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, PlayStation VR

Captain a Federation starship with three of my friends? Yes please. Star Trek: Bridge Crew puts you on the bridge in one of four roles: Captain, Helm, Tactical or Engineer. You’ll plot in a course, raise shield, engage enemies and teleport helpless life forms on board, communicating with teammates all the while — or shouting voice commands to IBM’s Watson supercomputer when your friends can’t make it.

There’s not a lot of depth to the game, and the missions aren’t brilliantly scripted, but it can still be quite fun — particularly if, like my colleague Ashley Esqueda suggests, you tell yourself a little lie like “I don’t trust Vulcans” to enhance your roleplay. 

Like Eve Valkyrie, you can play online with people who own rival headsets. Motion controllers are optional.

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