Middle-Earth: Shadow of War like its predecessor is built upon the dynamic "Nemesis System." While the sequel offers an interesting story, it often becomes convoluted between the various arcs it wants to go in. Thankfully, the second by second gameplay has never felt better. With the addition of Shadow Wars, the best parts of the game will continue long after the story ends.
Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns is more of the same classic simulator that has been around since the SNES. A few minor additions put this iteration near the top of my Story of Seasons / Bokujō Monogatari rankings but the lack of innovation keeps it from raising the bar.
This is Skyrim, the same epic adventure you remember from 2011. What VR adds is a total level of immersion. From the fierce battles with trolls to close encounters with spiders, fights have never felt more engaging. If you have a PSVR you owe it to yourself to dive back into the land of Tamriel.