Star Trek Bridge Crew promises the excitement of being on the bridge of a Star Trek spaceship. Turns out, performing the duties of a Federation officer is kind of boring. The game has recently been patched so you can play in non-VR mode. There are 4 distinct roles that you can play: helm, tactical, and engineering, and captain.
Helm pilots the ship, although it's not really "piloting" so much as massaging a touchscreen to stay out of sensor range of Klingon ships. Tactical handles firing weapons and scanning. Again, a lot of booping buttons on the touchscreen panel, not particularly satisfying. Engineering moves power around to various systems as needed, e.g. away from engines to shields. Finally, captain orders everyone else around.
I suppose it might be more fun in a group with online multiplayer, but I played it solo, which is primarily as captain with some micromanaging of stations as needed (helm in particular needs a lot of attention since the AI is a complete moron). The mission structure quickly became repetitive, and thankfully there are only 6 short missions before the campaign is over. While I appreciate the visual experience in VR, I have zero desire to keep playing after obtaining most of the trophies.
Finally, a word of warning to physical disc collectors. This game has always-online DRM, meaning that even in single player mode you need to connect to online servers in order to play.