After 30 years of stuttering and halting, virtual reality is finally a reality, thanks to the inflow of billions of dollars of hardware investment from top technology firms. Facebook has its $600 Oculus Rift — add $200 for Oculus Touch controllers — and HTC has its $800 Vive and its optional hand controllers for those who either have a turbocharged PC or are willing to spend another $800 or more on that hardware. Sony makes it a little simpler for 50 million players who own PlayStation 4, offering either a $400 PlayStation VR or a $500 set of camera and PlayStation Move controls that you'll use to play games. And just about anybody can pick up a mobile VR system like Google Cardboard, Daydream View, or Samsung Gear VR for less than $100. Here are five fantastic VR games for these platforms today.