I've almost played all the games on the demo disc now and am getting a better feel for the system. For anyone who cares, here are some more of my thoughts:
Allumette: I quite about 5 minutes in because it appeared to be more of a non-interactive story, and I want to spent my precious minutes wisely.
Battlezone: I was more impressed by this than Rigs, and that's saying quite a bit. I love the aesthetic and the tank controls work really well. If this ever drops to $40 or below, I may pick it up. I think most PSVR games are way overpriced right now, so I'm hoping most of them will get a permanent price drop like most of the Oculus/Vive titles did shortly after launch.
DriveClub VR: BORING. Very low res, not even believable physics, it's just as basic as you can possibly get. Super disappointed.
Harmonix Music VR: Has potential, but only a few modes are interesting, and more from a tech demo perspective than anything else. The brushes feature is fun for a short time, and posing robots in dance positions has it's hilarious moments, but mostly this is just a visualizer with little interactivity
Headmaster: This actually surprised me with it's writing and presentation. For a game where all you do is headbutt soccer balls, they did a very impressive job delivering such simple mechanics while keeping this interesting. I'm actually thinking about picking this up, when I had ZERO interest before the demo.
Here They Lie: I can see how psychological thrillers can be a big perk for VR, but I couldn't get over the graininess of this one. It was just such low resolution, I felt like I was watching some old, run down, low quality video footage more than I was playing a game. While it shows potential, I'm worried that the PSVR just can't handle realistic visuals, and the only thing that will really excel with it are abstract games like Battlezone and Thumper.
Job Simulator: This was my first purchase. This was my first VR experience on the Vive a few months ago, and while I wasn't completely blown away then, one of the developers is local, and I think this is probably one of the more fully featured games, so I bought it for $30.
Thumper: I'm pretty sure I will buy this. It's pretty, responsive and just plain fun.
Tumble VR: Tempted to pick this up, but once again, I feel it's way overpriced. It has one of the best VR tutorials I have come across, but I only got around to playing a short amount of the game. It's a clever game.
Wayward Sky: VERY CHARMING. If this actually has legs, I will pick it up. The first game I played where you control a little third person doll like character in a large world, and I enjoyed it. I was hoping that PSVR would have a platformer like Lucky's Tale at launch, but I don't believe there is one, correct?
Within: Started it up, subtitle said interactive story. I shut it off.
That's it for now. Looking forward to hearing the rest of your impressions so I can make some informed purchases. I really, really hope prices go down soon. And PLEASE let me know if you come across any more demos that aren't on the disc.