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

VZFit Explorer Review – Cycle the World in Virtual Reality

The VZFit is a unique accessory developed by Virzoom that allows for any stationary bike to be connected wirelessly to an Oculus Quest or Oculus Go headset. The hardware package consists of a Bluetooth pedal mounted sensor and a simple Bluetooth controller. Check out my complete and comprehensive VZFit hardware review for an in-depth look […]

VZFit Play Review – Transform Your Indoor Bike into a VR Fitness Games Machine

The VZFit is a unique accessory developed by Virzoom that allows for any stationary bike to be connected wirelessly to an Oculus Quest or Oculus Go headset. The hardware package consists of a Bluetooth pedal mounted sensor and a simple Bluetooth controller. Check out my complete and comprehensive VZFit review for an in-depth look at […]

OhShape VR Game Review – Flexible Full Body Rhythm Workout

Hole in the Wall was an American television show that originally aired from 2008 to 2009. The show was an adaptation of the Japanese game Nōkabe (脳カベ), meaning “Brain Wall” [1] where players had to contort their bodies to fit through cutouts in a large wall moving towards them. If unable to do so correctly, […]

Path of the Warrior Game Review – A Violent Nostalgia Trip Worth Taking!

An Unexpected Announcement Path of the Warrior was a surprise winter release, being both announced and launched immediately at The Game Awards 2019. Developer Twisted Pixel has some serious VR pedigree having already created the excellent and atmospheric 1950’s set horror Wilson’s Heart, as well as the recent Bond-Esque spy thriller Defector. Both games are […]

The Climb VR Game Review – Race Your Way to the Mountaintop!

My first experience with Crytek’s adrenaline-fuelled free solo simulator The Climb came way back in July 2017. As someone who is terrified of heights, watching Youtubers scream and yelp as they attempted, and failed to traverse a treacherous cliff face, plummeting to their virtual deaths was both thrilling and intriguing and was one of the […]

BONEWORKS VR Game Review – the Physics are Phenomenal but Pukey

The joints in my fingers angrily insist I drop the stuffed monkey I have been tightly clutching for fifteen minutes. I cannot. It is protecting me. Grasping it tighter, I scan the room for the tenth time. The door across from me is open just a crack, but the gap is wide enough to allow […]

OrbusVR: Reborn Game Review – You’re a Fitness Wizard ‘Arry!

I mistook it for a colorful flag at first—the geometrically patterned cloak snapping at his back—perhaps signaling the next town or objective my party should explore. As I drew closer I noticed the tall, white, wide-brimmed hat atop his head. It’s pointy tip leaned lazily to the side and a giant ruby adorned its front. […]

Pistol Whip VR Game Review – Action-Rhythm FPS John Wick Active Experience

The club is just dim enough that faces are difficult to make out. Red and blue strobe lights tint the slick suits of attendees spattering the crowd. There are dancers. Le Castle Vania – The Red Circle plays as John Wick doles out justice one well-placed shot at a time. Each trigger squeeze is lined […]

Until You Fall Game Review – Fight, Die, Rise Again

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If you’ve been looking for a VR hack-n-slash with meaty gameplay mechanics and a challenging difficulty curve, developer Schell Games’ new title Until You Fall delivers all that plus more. It also manages to be far more physically involved than many other games in the genre. Until You Fall sees you donning the armor of […]

BoxVR Game Review – The Best Fitness Boxing Routine in VR

BoxVR has been a staple at VR Fitness Insider ever since it first came out in Early Access on PC several years ago. We originally reviewed it in July 2017, but the version we had our hands on at the time was a beta copy, and things have changed just a bit since then. The […]

The Thrill of the Fight Game Review – The Ultimate VR Boxing Workout

The Thrill of the Fight has finally made its debut on Quest. This VR fitness Goliath comes with a big reputation. Since its launch on PC way back in 2016, this game has been the undisputed champion for raising heart rates and burning calories. This is no mere personal opinion, it’s backed up by science, […]

Audio Trip Game Review – Flow into a VR Fitness Dance Rhythm

Audio Trip, the newest VR rhythm game from Kinemotik Studios, has launched in early access and promises enough flow state and fun you won’t even realize you’re getting fit. Move your entire body along to the beat as you catch gems, ride ribbons, dodge barriers, and smash drums in routines crafted by a professional choreographer, […]

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 […]
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