I found a great article on CNET about playing VR games in an arcade setting. Mario Kart is a great example of a VR game that works better there. It would be cumbersome and expensive to set up a driving rig at home to get the full experience. I think Shark Attack would work well in that environment too. You could be in a booth that simulated the feel of water and shark nudges. Those nudges would increase in intensity when the shark begins to attack. VR has come a long way for home use, but the sky is the limit in an arcade.
What do you think? Which games could be improved this way?