Final Fantasy XV’s Royal Edition update introduces a new first-person mode to the game, allowing players to witness the world of Eos from Noctis’ point of view. Just don’t try fighting with it turned on unless you’ve got a strong stomach.
We’ve been running and jumping as Mario for decades, but always from a third-person perspective. A recently-released mod tweaks Super Mario 64 to let you see the world from Mario’s eyes and in the process completely transforms the experience.
Endless traffic hopper Crossy Road is a delightfully frustrating game. Switch the perspective from top-down-ish to first-person however, and it's a recipe for a heart attack.
Traversing portals to solve puzzles split between two worlds, one black and white, the other white and black? Sounds like a simple enough concept to grasp in five minutes.
If the idea of Mario's ride ingesting Shy Guys and spitting them out as eggs in Yoshi's Island made you uneasy, this 3D first-person recreation of the game's first level will not help at all.
Remember that horrible-looking Rambo FPS? Seems like so long ago, right? But it came out this year. A shaky start, but things got better from there. Thank God.
Pokémon, in first person, played with an Oculus Rift plus a 'virtual reality treadmill' called the Virtuix Omni—which allows you to walk around naturally in a game. This is the future, folks.
Tell me, grasshopper, what a skateboard would see if it had eyes? Seriously, zen riddles aside, the experience would probably look exactly like this.
Dark Souls, a game infamous for its grueling difficulty, is even scarier when you make it first-person. This isn't exactly playable, according to YouTuber SOULSLASHA, but it sure is terrifying nonetheless. Enjoy!
You're surrounded by walls and loaded with bombs. In the distance an explosion erupts, sending bricks flying in every direction. Another explosion, this time closer. And another still, even closer than that. It's not just Bomberman—it's first-person Bomberman, and it's glorious.