Esper is an interesting puzzle game from Coatsink games, it's also available on Oculus go, Gear VR and Steam. Esper 2 is also out for Oculus go and Gear VR but unfortunately not PSVR yet.
On PSVR it's £6.49 but is currently on sale at £3.29 for plus subscribers. At this price it's a steal.
In Esper your character has ESP and is undergoing testing, I particularly liked the voiceover by Eric Meyers and the visual art style.
The game supports Playstation Move controllers and can be played sitting down.
Gameplay involves solving puzzles with your power to move around objects, these puzzles start simple but get more difficult, there were a couple that had me stumped for a bit, but with persistence they are solvable.
In my head I swore at the devs after I discovered how sneaky they were being, that's the best compliment I can give a puzzle game.
The game isn't the longest out there but I did enjoy the time I spent with the game, sometimes you want a shorter VR game.
I completed the main story in 2 hours and got the platinum trophy with an extra 30 minutes tidying up, any trophy hunters should definitely get this game.
Heres my playthrough if you want to see what it's like or are stuck on a puzzle.
If you want a fun puzzle game that will last a couple of hours then Esper should have you covered.
I'm definetly hoping Esper 2 comes to PSVR, it's currently only available on Oculus go and Gear VR.