PlayStation VR headset reviews: The new controller and controllers from Sony

A couple of weeks ago, we revealed the best games for PlayStation VR, the first wave of gaming hardware designed to support virtual reality.

The latest iteration of that list was based on the PlayStation 5, the biggest-selling PlayStation in history, but it also included an upgrade to the standard PlayStation Move controller.

This controller has since become standard across PSVR, allowing players to use their hands to move virtual objects in a way similar to the traditional controller, but with new tricks and features.

Here’s a rundown of the latest PSVR games that were released for free.

Free PSVR Games on PSN We’ve got a whole lot of great PSVR titles on the PSN, but there’s one title we’re especially excited about.

The developer behind Super Crate Box, Laidback Luke, has teamed up with Sony to make a free PSVR game.

LaidBack Luke’s Super CrateBox: The Heist (Free) is a free PlayStation VR game that uses the new PSVR Move controllers to give players a new level of freedom.

You’ll need to use your PS4 Pro and a PS Move pad to complete the game, and you’ll need a PS4 Xbone or PS Vita to play.

It’s not an exact replica of the PS4’s controller, so you’ll have to pick up some additional accessories if you want to play it with a regular controller.

However, we’re confident that if you’re willing to take the time to get the hang of the new Move controller, you’ll find it to be a great way to get your PSVR fix.

We also love that the game is made with PSVR-specific content, so there’s a lot of stuff you’ll be able to access.

You can use the controller to shoot your way through a horde of thugs, control your ship, or get up close and personal with enemies in the game’s single-player mode.

It also supports PlayStation Move, and we can’t wait to see how you use it in your own play sessions.

We’ve also got a free controller from the same developer that we featured last week, and it’s an interesting one too.

Super Cratebox: The Grandmaster (Free, PlayStation Plus subscribers) is the same great title as Laid Back Luke’s, but the game uses the PSVR Pro’s improved camera for a more immersive experience.

It comes with a free download of its own gamepad, so it’s a great addition to PSVR’s library.

If you want more of an experience with the PS Move, we highly recommend the Free PS Move Bundle, which includes three controllers, two PS Move headsets, and a copy of the game.

PlayStation VR: All of the best free PS VR games for 2017 Here’s our list of the top PSVR free PS4 games to download.

All of these games are on the Sony Store, so if you already own one of these, they’re all free.

We think there’s something for everyone, but for the most part we recommend getting the free games to see what’s new in the PS VR library.

This list is by no means complete, so be sure to check out our PlayStation VR free games list if you haven’t yet.

If your PlayStation VR device is not on the list, we strongly recommend checking out the PS Store free games page to see all the free PS Vita games available.

We’d love to hear your thoughts on the best PSVR content you’ve found in 2017.

Let us know in the comments section below.

Happy gaming!