• Love Cubed

    Love Cubed

    Android / PC / PS4

    Initial Release date: January 6, 2017

    Love Cubed is a 42 levels crazy arcade game where you need to drag head cubed and makes them bump into the other opponents cube to prevent them from getting close to your cube-headed girlfriend.

    Action / Arcade / Casual / Single-Player
    For VR Headsets: Oculus Rift, PlayStation VR, Samsung Gear VR
  • Fat City

    Fat City

    Android / PC

    Initial Release date: December 27, 2016

    In Fat City, you need to lead a four-many crew and use 10 heist tools to take out 60 jobs across 5 boroughs in New York City. A really cool fast-paced action puzzler, like a tabletop GTA-style heist type of gameplay where you plan bank heists and try to get out with as much cash as possible. Each crew member comes with his own skill set, including a safe-cracker, demolition expert, hacker, and a skilled getaway driver.

    Action / Arcade / Puzzle / Simulation / Single-Player / Strategy
    For VR Headsets: Oculus Rift, Samsung Gear VR
  • Don

    Don't Mess Up


    Release date: May 20, 2017

    Don't Mess Up is a collection of gorgeous virtual reality minigames which you can play alone or locally with up to 4 people. The game consists of several fast-paced action game that delivers challenging, competitive and immersive gameplay experience. There is also a dynamic camera system to allow players to spectate the other players playing while waiting to play themselves. The game was designed from the ground up for VR with support for the Vive and Oculus Touch controllers. Coming May 2017.

    Action / Casual / Competitive / Early Access / First-Person / Local Multiplayer / Mini-games / Party / Room-Scale / Seated / Single-Player / Standing
    For VR Headsets: HTC Vive, Oculus Rift
  • Ready, Aim, Splat!

    Ready, Aim, Splat!


    Release date: January 13, 2017

    Ready, Aim, Splat! is a crazy room-scale shooter where you need to use your veggie slingshot to shoot watermelons, pumpkins, cats and what not, to fight against an oncoming horde of zombie creatures. The game features really cute comical cartoon style visuals, power-ups and cool camera filter modes, unlockable content and even leaderboard to show off your coo aiming skills. Funny that the game came out on Friday the 13th, LOL.

    Action / Casual / First-Person / Room-Scale / Shooter / Single-Player / Standing / Survival / Wave-based / Zombies
    For VR Headsets: HTC Vive, Oculus Rift
  • Spacedragon



    Release date: January 11, 2017

    Spacedragon is an endless play VR game for Oculus Touch where each controller is responsible of controlling a giant hatchling space dragon. You need to fly through the cosmos destroying planets to obtain health, fight against robotic fleets and take down suns that fuel the power of your opponents. When you finish with the current solar system, use the space wrap to travel to a new one.

    Action / First-Person / Shooter / Single-Player / Space
    Game engine: Unity
    For VR Headsets: Oculus Rift
  • Quick Draw

    Quick Draw


    Release date: January 11, 2017

    Quick Draw is a Wild West gunslinger room-scale VR game where you need to prove that you have the fastest hands in the West. The game features four game modes, including both single-player (wave-based against the Ruffians) and an online multiplayer duels mode where you can compete against other people online. The game features real physics objects, online leaderboards and lovely visuals and dainty character design. Are you ready to challenge your agility and accuracy to the max?

    Action / Competitive / FPS / Multiplayer / Room-Scale / Single-Player / Standing
    For VR Headsets: HTC Vive, Oculus Rift
  • Arena: Blood on the Sand VR

    Arena: Blood on the Sand VR


    Release date: January 11, 2017

    Arena: Blood on the Sand VR is a room-scale, arena melee combat action game for the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. You play as a gladiator who fights against hordes of monsters. Use your sword and shield to evade and attack the monster without mercy.

    Action / Arena / Fighting / First-Person / Room-Scale / Single-Player / Wave-based
    For VR Headsets: HTC Vive, Oculus Rift
  • Monzo VR

    Monzo VR

    Android / PC

    Initial Release date: January 18, 2017

    Monzo VR is the premiere model builder for Oculus Rift and Gear VR. Each model has been finely crafted so that you can build them up piece by piece in full Virtual Reality. Examine your model from every angle and see how they work. Bring all the pieces together, and marvel at the stunning model. Once you’ve created your model, make it your own with paint and decals. You can aim to replicate the real thing, but why not have a little fun? The limit is only your creativity.

    Casual / Creation Tool / First-Person /
    Announced: Dec 1, 2016
    Game engine: Unity
    For VR Headsets: Oculus Rift, Samsung Gear VR
  • Beats Fever

    Beats Fever


    Release date: January 10, 2017

    Beats Fever is a drum and dance VR rhythm game for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive in which the player need to use the touch controllers to catch incoming notes (represented as orbs in the game). The game features three beautifully designed world stages. The game won the VRWDC 2016 for Best Creation.

    Action / Arcade / First-Person / Music / Audio / Rhythm / Room-Scale / Seated / Single-Player / Standing
    For VR Headsets: HTC Vive, Oculus Rift
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About Oculus Rift Headset

Oculus Rift headset developed by Oculus VR company. Started as a Kickstarter campaign and now a very popular consumer virtual-reality headset for passionate PC gamers. The Oculus Rift VR headset was scheduled to be released in Q1 2016. The Rift employs a state-of-the-art innovative hardware and software technologies. This HMD features a 2160x1200 pixel total resolution employing Dual OLED displays (1080x1200 for each eye), 3-axis position and rotation tracking system and 90 Hz refresh rate.

The Oculus Rift has begun its way with two prototypes, the DK1 (2012) and DK2 (2014) giving developers type to come up with some games for those who purchase the dev kit and while Gamers waiting for the official consumer product to be released to the market. Those gamers were able to choose among hundreds of VR gamer which were already released for those pre-released headsets and for those who have purchased the Developer Kit previously.

The consumer version of Oculus Rift has an integrated HRTF audio to give a better surround sound presence that perfectly fits the objective of playing in 3D space and a built-in spatialised binaural audio based headphones which are specialized for virtual reality audio applications.

Oculus Rift is transforming the gaming industry and granting developers with a new hardware and set of tools to allow them to develop games which are more fun, immersive and engaging to play than ever before. The 3D stereoscopic view will bring you straight into the 3D realm and make game environments come to life right in front of your eyes.

If you love playing games on your PC, you should definitely buy the Oculus Rift headset in order to elevate your gaming experience to a whole new level with better immersion, sense of presence and unique gameplay experiences.

The Oculus Rift is owned by Facebook, and although this is not the main reason why you might opt to buy the Rift over the Vive, Facebook might show up with its own exclusive titles that tightly integrate with its Facebook social platform - but that yet to be seen.

The Oculus Rift is smaller in size compared to the Vive, it looks really nice and has a great industrial design. The Oculus Rift will undoubtedly give players one of the best possible virtual reality experiences. That being said the Oculus Rift was released without motion controllers; those planned to be released in the 2nd quarter of 2016. As for now, most of the games are aimed at a seated experience than for a room-scale standing area. Once the motion controllers are released, we'll see more titles that which are designed to take advantage of this hardware, which will, therefore, lead to more immersive virtual reality experiences.

Oculus Rift has received mixed bag reviews upon launch. Some mentioned Oculus Home lack of functionality, the fact the bundled Xbox One controller isn't suited for VR and also the lack of compelling games among the other cons. In my opinion, its way to early to judge it. In time and once its motion controllers are released, we are going to see much better games that are optimized for VR and ones that bring much better immersion, with less motion sickness involved and overall significantly better gaming experience.

Oculus Rift is directly compared to the HTC Vive as expected. As of the time of writing, Vive is crowned by many reviewers as the winner, at least for now. As The Rift gets more room-scale titles, reviewers can me a more fair comparison. We'll also get to see more titles developed for room-scale, and many of them are still either under development or waiting to be announced as we get closer to the Touch VR controllers release date. No doubt that it's going to be a long and ongoing fight between these two competing virtual reality headsets.

By the way, to enjoy the full Rift experience, Oculus recommend running games on the following hardware: NVIDIA GTX 970 / AMD R9 290 equivalent or greater, Intel i5-4590 equivalent or greater, 8GB+ RAM, Compatible HDMI 1.3 video output, 3x USB 3.0 ports plus 1x USB 2.0 port and Windows 7 SP1 64 bit or newer. Using less powerful specs means that your VR experience will be less immersive, less enjoyable and even not playable, for example, due to very slow framerates, but it depends on the specific title. This is why it's recommended that you buy a system with at least this hardware specifications because the Oculus Rift games are optimized for those.

Regarding the price, Oculus Rift initial price was set to $599.99 and the HTC Vive priced at $799. However, keep in mind that the Vive headset comes bundled with the Vive controllers. We can expect the Rift controllers to shrink the price difference between the two (because you have to buy them separately) making the price difference between this two headset bundles negligible.

In this page, you can find all the latest and upcoming virtual reality games compatible with the Oculus Rift headset. The list is updated on a regular basis alongside preview, ratings, reviews and user comments that will help you discover the best Rift games and help you make a smarter buying decision.

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