VR is opening us up to new experiences, and allowing interactions that didn't make sense in traditional games. Here's another appealing example: Graffiti simulation.
As you can see in the video above, Kingspray isn't exactly a game; it's a robust set of virtual graffitti tools, and the execution looks authentic. It's also arguably the first notable graffiti-focused video game since Sega's Jet Set Radio for the Dreamcast. But this, obviously, is of quite a different stripe -- and its realistic simulation of the art of graffitti, and its tools, is making waves with VR developers.
Of course, painting apps -- notably Tilt Brush -- are hugely appealing in VR. This, however, is a unique twist.