It is deeply, deeply satisfying. Up there next to shooting skeet in a field or pinging friends with paintballs. I kind of love the thing, but, you know, there’s one big problem with the PSVR Aim Controller. There’s only five games that currently work with it, including Farpoint , and all five require the VR headset—as Sony has announced no plans for the Aim Controller to work with non-VR games. So to have some sweet, and safe, gunplay action in your living room you need to drop $300 on a Playstation 4, $500 on a VR kit, and then another $80 on the Farpoint bundle. That’s $880 just to shoot some spiders in VR!