I just picked up an oculus quest. I'm looking for a sit and chill game to complement my flailing limbs about game (beat sa.ber). This should probably be it, right? I'm not a huge fan of Tetris, but I do really really like Rez.
"here's who I am, here are my particular tastes, here's why I like what this game did."
You nailed it, this is 100 percent it. I don't need detailed explanations of the game. Just where are you coming from, and what you liked and didn't like. The longer the review, the more other details you can put in, but this first part is the essential bit.
Now particular to your current quest, putting reviews on games that don't have one, I could see coming at it from several different angles, just to provide more context, but that sounds like more work with diminishing returns.
It made a strong first impression on me, but my interested dropped off a cliff after the first planet. Not sure why. I love Bethesday RPG's and this one seemed like a good one of those, I hope my haven't changed that drastically.
I think I was a bit let down when I realized going from planet to planet was just going to be a loading screen.
Google Stadia not only needs an exclusive but to me it needs a game that can ONLY be played on the system. I don't know what that even is, maybe like a single instance MMO with thousands of people interacting at once, maybe overlaid over the real world some how, ala Pokemon go. Some thing that justifies the tech's existence outside another product delivery model.