Best VR Fitness Game Reviews

We have reviewed the top VR fitness games that can give you an amazing workout and compiled them in the best list of VR fitness game reviews online! We give you the detail you want when looking for your next Virtual Reality Fitness Game!

Latest VR Fitness Games

Ninja Legends VR Game Review – Slice Your Way Through This Intense Melee Combat Game.

When I think of the word ‘ninja’, my mind evokes certain ideas and associations. I think of stealth, shadows, darkness, subterfuge, deception, and silent kills in the middle of the night. Let’s be clear at the outset, this is most definitely not what Ninja Legends is about! In Ninja Legends you are an unstoppable one-man […]

Sports Scramble Oculus Quest Game Review – Get Ready To Mashup Your Games!

It seems obligatory for all motion-based consoles and systems to launch with a sports compilation game, and for the Oculus Quest that game was Sports Scramble. As past users of the Xbox Kinect or Nintendo Wii will testify, translating sports movements like throwing, batting and hitting make for an enjoyable introduction to motion-controlled game-play and […]

Dead Effect 2 Review | Become the Ultimate Zombie Slayer

A cross between DOOM and Killing Floor with a Hellish Horde Mode. Dead Effect 2 is a lot of game in one package. It’s a mission-based story game complete with characters and Resident Evil (the Director’s Cut for Playstation 1) style dialogue and voicework. It’s a horde mode generator. It’s a multiplayer shooter, a loot […]

Swords of Gargantua Review: Beat Up Big Bads With Buds

Headsets: SteamVR, Oculus Rift, Oculus Quest (reviewed) MSRP: $20 Is your fancy teased by the idea of battling it out against 10-foot tall giants? Enter Swords of Gargantua, the second entry into VR by Japanese developer Yomuneco Inc. The base concept of Swords of Gargantua is that it’s a wave slasher with a focus on […]

PowerBeats VR Game Review | Rock and Sock Em’ to the Beat

PowerBeats playlist feels like it was pulled from the WinAmp era, but its gameplay is challenging and physically intense. Not simply a rhythm game, PowerBeats offers a fitness challenge on par with greats like BoxVR. PowerBeats VR bills itself as a Unique Fitness Experience, and my experience of the game says it lives up to […]

Journey of the Gods VR Game Review Oculus Quest – An Active Adventure to Remember!

Turtle Rock’s Journey of the Gods is a Zelda style retro action RPG experience for the Oculus Quest. It’s also one of the few launch titles developed specifically for the system, as opposed to being a port of an existing PC VR title. It may not have the brand name popularity of those big name […]

Katana X Virtual Reality Game Review – Fruit Slicing Simulator

Katana X Katana X is a virtual reality fruit slicing simulator. Of course, we’ve seen that idea before, but this incarnation boasts a more realistic physics engine, with impressively accurate blade handling. Timing and accuracy are essential, and you have to be deft and precise with your strokes. A Fruit Ninja experience for the thinking […]

Dance Central VR Game Review: Harmonix Delivers an Electrifying Dance Sim

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Headsets: Oculus Rift, Oculus Quest (reviewed) MSRP: $30 If you’ve ever wanted to play a Dance Central or Just Dance-style game in VR, your wish has finally come true with Dance Central VR. Harmonix has pulled through with what may be their strongest entry into VR yet, and in doing so they’ve also introduced one […]

The Morrigan VR Game Review – A Dark and Mysterious Dungeon Crawler

Can you defeat The Morrigan? The Morrigan is a female character from Irish mythology, whose name translates roughly to ‘Nightmare Queen’. Maybe not quite Daenerys Targaryen level nightmare but she’s pretty cruel and scary in a Brothers Grimm kind of way. In this game from developer The Pixel Mine, the eponymous villain has come to […]

Audica VR Game Review – Fun & Challenging Rhythm Fitness Experience

Audica combines the best of rhythm and shooting games for a unique and challenging fitness experience. Audica started with a formula that looks a lot more like Space Pirate Trainer, then built a rhythm game around it. The game, made by Harmonix Music Systems, combines the rhythm and shooting genres in a sometimes John Woo […]

Holopoint: Chronicle Game Review: A Mixed Quiver

The original Holopoint holds a much-vaunted role for me as the game I credit most for proving that VR and fitness are a match made in Heaven. When first I experienced it, I had no notion how physically taxing it would be until I felt my legs the next day, and then still the day after […]

Serious Sam: The Last Hope VR Game Review – Back! Foul Demons!

Difficult, yet rewarding, Serious Sam offers deep customization to suit your playstyle. Serious Sam: The Last Hope, from Croteam and Devolver Digital, is a wave shooter based on the popular “Serious” franchise. Serious Sam is defined by the absolutely incredible amount of enemies the game expects you to dispatch with no cover. The PC version […]

Blade and Sorcery VR Game Review – Sword, Archery, Magical Hack and Slash

Warning, extreme and graphic violence ahead! Beat Saber may have been the top selling virtual reality game of 2018, but the coveted title of Christmas number one actually went to a brutally violent sword, archery and magical hack and slash called Blade and Sorcery. As I write this at the end of January 2019 it’s […]

SynthRiders VR Game Review | Give it All You’ve Got!

SynthRiders VR is a Dystopian surf ride through a nostalgic 80s with a ripping good soundtrack. Synth heavy music pulses through your speakers. You’re on what I imagine is a surfboard floating over a dystopian nightmare vision of someone’s 80’s bedroom. A mechanical spider, the face of a CRT with static and noise, looms overhead. […]

Gladius VR Game Review – Fight For Your Freedom In The Gladiator Arena

Few movie characters are more heroic, noble, tragic yet total ninja badass than Maximus Decimus Meridius, played to perfection by Russell Crowe in arguably the greatest movie ever made, Gladiator! VirtualAge’s Gladius is the closest experience you can get to strapping on his sandals, donning his helmet and marching bravely into the arena of death […]

oVRShot Review | Multiplayer Archery Action

oVRShot brings the frenetic pacing of Halo multiplayer to VR, but replaces the rifles and space weapons with bows. oVRShot has a very familiar aesthetic about it, from the way the countdown timer sounds to the maps themselves, I got the distinct feeling throughout my session that it was trying to bring Halo to VR. […]

Nothin’ But Net VR Game Review – Shoot Hoops In Single and Multiplayer

B-ballers and basketball fans now have a VR sports game called Nothin’ But Net by What Up Games to play to keep them fit until the NBA playoffs or through the postseason. Players take to the court and play 6 types of basketball games as they actually dribble in place, balance and spin the ball […]

Bardo VR Game Review – Stylish Wave Based Archery Shooter

Enter purgatory in Tibetan style with Bardo! Load up your quiver and ready your bow, it’s time to fight your way out of the void between life and death in this Tibetan archery fire fest! As Valve’s The Lab proved as far back as 2016 bow mechanics translate exceptionally well to VR. With the addition […]

Echo Combat Review: Eliminate Your Opponents in Zero-G

In July 2017, Oculus Rift exclusive Echo Arena came out with a bang across the VR industry, pushing forward the idea that eSporting in full 6DOF with zero-G could be perfectly feasible. With no more than a single, sophisticated gameplay mechanic and exactly one map to enjoy it with, Echo Arena rapidly launched itself into the VR […]

Hotel Transylvania Popstic VR Game Review — Bubble Poppin’, Moving Obstacles, and Legs

Hotel Transylvania is a popular film and cartoon comedy from Sony Pictures. The movie’s main characters — Drac, Mavis, and Johnny now have their very own rhythm, obstacle, and fitness game called Hotel Transylvania Popstic! Sony Pictures Virtual Reality and Specular Theory created the game for Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Windows Mixed Reality on […]

To The Top VR Game Review – Arm Intense Coordination Courses

If you like rock climbing, scaling up and down walls, and bounding through obstacle courses as fast as you can, To The Top is a VR game you’ll really enjoy playing. The VR climbing and obstacle course game is available for Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Windows Mixed Reality headsets on Steam and also for […]

First Person Tennis VR Game Review – Virtual Tennis Serving up a Fun Workout

Real tennis is a physical sport. Overhead serves, scrambling from baseline to net, lunging for balls just out of reach, with matches that can last for hours, tennis can be a rather grueling affair. Mikori Games have done an excellent job translating this to the virtual world with their simulator First Person Tennis! I reviewed […]

Dance Collider VR Game Review — Satisfying Arm Cascades and EDM Galore

Dance Collider is a danceaholic’s rhythm VR game. If you like the body movement and music of BOX VR and Beat Saber, and the diamond mine of other rhythm-based games out there, Dance Collider by emergeWorlds needs to be added to your VR game wishlist. Available On: Steam (Vive, Rift,), Oculus Store (Rift) Preparation To […]

Virtual Fighting Championship Review: Early Access Mayhem

A slobber knocker of a game that’s rough around the edges and early in development. I squared off against my opponent, the gypsy woman, Fala, her floating discs posing an ever existent threat around her body. We stand atop a floating platform, and when either of us falls, we vanish into a never-ending space. A […]

Creed: Rise to Glory VR Game Review: Get Ready to Rumble – It’s a Knockout!

Step into Del Phi Gym, train, and fight worthy opponents as the underdog Adonis “Hollywood” Creed. This long-awaited title is now finally released and is worth its weight in sweat and quality. Survios new single and multiplayer PvP boxing title Creed: Rise to Glory is a PS VR, HTC Vive, and Oculus Rift game that […]

WiseMind Review – Meditation, Musical Tai-Chi, and Calming Exercises

Breath is life. It’s what keeps us energized throughout our day and stabilizes us when we’re under pressure. Breath and oxygen are the mechanisms that power our muscles to do another rep in the gym and gives our bodies the strength to spend hours in VR. It’s also the system that can set us back […]

Virtual Boxing League VR Game Review

A robust boxing game with mini-games galore. Comfortable enough for entry-level with ambitious plans. Virtual Boxing League starts with a kickin’ soundtrack and an introduction to Willie Jackson. He’s your trainer and leads you through the Virtual Boxing League (VBL). Look around the room to spot challenges, mini-games, and Easter Eggs galore. We’ll break it […]

Sairento VR Game Review – High Adrenaline Cyborg Ninja Experience

Focus your Chi and be one with the dragon’s pulse, my friend. Also, remember to plug in every night. You’re not just a ninja…you’re a ninja cyborg.  Sairento VR is a bullet time hack and slash shooter where you play the role of a ninja assassin who can slow down time while you jump from […]

Sacralith: The Archer’s Tale VR Game Review – Prepare for Ceaseless Attacks

Odd Meter Games, an independent VR game developer from Moscow, has given us a fantastic bow and arrow first person shooter set in medieval times. In Sacralith:  The Archer’s Tale, you are an archer who accompanies three monks on a quest for a magic stone known as the sacralith. While on the journey, you encounter […]

Racket Fury: Table Tennis VR Game Review

Low impact cardio that takes some adjusting before the experience really pays off. My school was lucky enough to have a ping-pong table, so I was part of our student ping pong league. I learned how to use both pen hold and standard hold, respond to serves, block and all of the fundamentals that make […]
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