Broke out the PSVR over the two weeks to play Tokyo Chronos and Project Lux. I know it's not a deal, but I thought I'd share my thoughts in case anyone's eyeing them.
Project Lux is fairly mediocre as far as VR games go. It plays out like an episodic series and is mostly on autopilot while you have the freedom to look around, occasionally making choices by looking at items. The story was underwhelming and there wasn't a lot to it graphically (about three backgrounds and two characters). It's $25 for about two hours and I can't really recommend it;
On the other hand, Tokyo Chronos is pretty solid. A visual novel is an interesting genre to put into VR and it works fairly well. Essentially you can look around at the scene as the text/events are unfolding, but it's still a button press to progress (unlike Project Lux, which just played on like a movie. A dub would've been a nice add to the immersion, but given the amount of text in the game I can understand why they didn't spring for it. Took around 15 hours to complete and aside from a few choices for "bad" endings it's a linear experience. Pacing is my biggest complaint, but the story is pretty decent overall and it's a good excuse to break out the headset. $50 seems like a bit much for it, but on sale I could see it being a gem.
One odd thing about Tokyo Chronos, though - the translation absolutely tanks for one specific scene. It only lasts for about five minutes, but it goes from sounding like normal, localized English to Google Translate. It's so bad that one of tne of the characters' names becomes "Street Alley" for that scene. As soon as it transitions to a new scene everything's back to normal, but it's bizarre that it wasn't flagged in QA.