What are the generally accepted "must have" PSN PSVR games that are on sale right now that everyone's been buying (and aren't available on disc)? Sorry if this has already been discussed 100 times.
Unfortunately, most of those sales have ended. I mentioned it before, but I think Thumper was a pretty cool visual experience (it's also really challenging). There's a demo available on both of the demo discs, so definitely check that out and see if it's your cup of tea. Also, Rez Infinite and Raw Data were pretty cool but I haven't picked those up yet. (The demos for Moss and Star Child on Demo Disc 2.0 are also really fun, but the full games have yet to be released.)
Make sure to keep a fresh pair of trousers around for when you play the "Kitchen" teaser. And while you're at it, check out the Job Simulator demo (on either of the discs). And download The Playroom VR (free) for a couple of cool minigames. If you've played The Last Guardian, download The Last Guardian VR Demo for a short but memorable experience in that world (also free). Also, if you have Star Wars: Battlefront, download the free Rogue One X-Wing VR Mission -- you won't regret it.
I just got done playing a series of "bargain bin" titles I purchased during the PSN Holiday Sale, so I'll outline them loosely here (for anyone who's interested).
Manifest 99: Extremely short VR experience with minimal interaction (you lock eyes with characters in order to "teleport"/further the story). It's simple to play but it's a satisfying emotional journey. It's still on sale for $4.19 until 1/16. (For a non-interactive, great VR story, download Allumette for free from the PSN store.)
Soul Dimension: Billed as "Episode 0" ("Episode 1 coming soon" ...we'll see), it's a short atmospheric story where all the solutions are plain and obvious and it's not really scary at all. Also, the voice acting is really really bad. I don't recommend this one, but it's on sale for $3.49/$2.49.
Weeping Doll: Easily the worst-looking VR game I've ever played. It amounts to viewing VR goggles through Vaseline-coated lenses. The game took me about an hour (after a game-breaking bug where I lost a key, forcing me to restart), but the gameplay is at least minimally interesting (there is no proper ending, though; just a room full of credits). I bought it for 99 cents, so it's hard to complain too much.
Dying: Reborn VR: Basically "Escape Room: The Game." If you purchase this, make sure to get the Dying Reborn: Ultimate Bundle ($4.99/$2.49), which includes the crossbuy for PSVR, PS4 and Vita. The reason is that the VR version only contains 3 levels from the PS4/Vita version and no ending. It's incredibly pointless. I completed the VR sections, now I'm going to go back and play the whole game on PS4 with half of the puzzles already solved in my brain.
I still haven't resolved to buy Bound from the PSN sale, since I stupidly neglected to add it to my PS+ free games in November. I know I'll regret it as soon as the sale is over, but I honestly can't spare another $7 after everything I've splurged on. I did download the demo though, and it seems like a uniquely visual striking experience (camera angles are a little wonky, though).
I might pick up Virry VR: Feel the Wild ($2) for the hell of it. I wish I could find a decent space exploration sim, but neither Apollo 11 nor Unearthing Mars seem to have gotten any good feedback.