I've been playing Skyrim VR
a bit. I'm still VERY early on, so I'll just attest to the controls and functionality since I'm sure everyone here knows what Skyrim is like by now, anyway.
-It's a full fudging game that's also VR, and that's saying a lot
-It looks pretty damn good considering it's a massive VR game
-The Magic looks and works awesome (I'm glad I chose to be a High Elf)
-Using teleporting, multiple buttons at once, motion controls, and intelligent button mapping, Bethesda has been able to pull off something in Skyrim that other VR games couldn't accomplish: full game functionality and actual real-time (basically) movement
-Only with Skyrim and Arkham VR (of the games I've played( have they gotten even acceptable at positioning. What I mean by this is that when you walk or are near something, you're actually near it and can interact with it as you should be able to (for the most part)
-I'm not the type to get motion sick or get headaches easily from VR, but this did a bit of both, so if you're at al susceptible to that, this game may not be for you. The teleporting and perspective shifting (using R x and o) alone are enough to fudge with you
-It's kind of difficult to play Skyrim VR because VR is not comfortable for long periods. I barely got to Riverwood and had to stop playing.
-The game is definitely more glitchy than other versions although I think that's just the trade off for VR functionality
-Using swords is not nearly as fluid as using magic. That probably needs a patch.
-This is a limitation of PSVR means that your play area is not what it should be for a game like this. I felt forced to stand too much.
Ultimately, this is nasty Skyrim on VR, so yeah, there's that. This is definitely pretty cool. I doubt I'll really make a go of it for hundreds of hours the way I would on a traditional play through, but it's still really fun and looks cool.
Move controllers are required (as far as I know), so make sure you pick up a pair if you're going to play. Again, I'd also recommend magic over weapons (although I haven't yet tried a bow). The button mapping and teleportation take a bit of getting used to, but once you have it down, it's actually a pretty seamless experience (for the most part).
If you love Skyrim, I'd recommend this game. Just make sure (and I can't stress this enough) to use R x and o to reposition your view. Don't try to turn yourself more than you need too, or it may mess you up (although the trade off is that motion sickness is worse). If only they came out with move controllers with a fudging d-pad, that'd really be awesome.
Also, the new version 2 VR is WAY better than the older version. If you're considering VR, I'd highly recommend the Skyrim bundle (or at least the Doom VFR if you don't like motion controls, but I'd highly recommend getting them anyway). Less cords (sort of), easier hookup, better headphone setup, and a power button that's actually on the unit itself (makes a huge difference, IMO). Lastly, I played on a PS4 Pro (if that matters), so although I'm sure it's similar, I can't attest to how the game would run on a slim or fat unit.