From that blog:
Q: What is The Playroom VR?
The Playroom VR is a brand new collection of six VR games especially created for use with the PlayStation VR headset. Players can use their VR headset, while up to four friends can join in on the multiplayer fun in the same room on the TV.
Every game in The Playroom VR offers a unique experience, and is the perfect introduction to the magic of VR.
Mini Robots is a welcome lobby that places the user inside a room filled with adorable interactive robots.
Monster Escape is a competitive party game for up to five players (one VR player vs four players on TV). The player in the PS VR headset becomes a huge monster destroying a miniature city. One to four additional players use their Dualshock 4 wireless controllers to fight the monster in a fun and epic battle.
Cat & Mouse is a competitive party game for up to five players (one VR player vs four players on TV). The player in the PS VR headset becomes a cat ready to pounce to protect his kitchen from the mice players controlled with the Dualshock 4 wireless controller on the screen.
Ghost House is a cooperative communication game where players must work together to clear a haunted house from ghosts, within a time limit. The player in the PS VR headset uses the Dualshock 4 wireless controller to shine a flashlight and shoot ghosts, which aren’t visible to him. He must rely on the players watching the TV for instructions as to where to aim and shoot.
Wanted! is a cooperative communication game set in the Wild West, where players enter a saloon and can see several characters sitting around drinking. One of them is the bad guy, but which one?
Robot Rescue is a cooperative communication game, where two players (one VR player and one player on TV) work together to fight their way through enemies to rescue stranded VR bots. The player in the PS VR headset takes control of a VR bot jumping, punching and using a grappling hook to rescue his lost VR Bots comrades. The TV player gets a different viewpoint on the action, flying a UFO and giving air support to the VR player.
Actually sounds pretty good.