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Here Are All 30 Oculus Rift Launch Titles

With the Rift launching in two weeks, Oculus has announced that 30 games will be available to play on the virtual reality headset on March 28. The prices range from $4.99 all the way up to $59.99, which should be a drop in the bucket after spending $599.99 on the headset himself. The list of titles doesn’t include anything we weren’t expecting, but interestingly enough there’s a comfort rating system that tells you whether the game you’re playing is comfortable, intermediate, or intense (you can view the rating below). A few more games–including Rockband VR–were also announced for a later undisclosed release date. Peep the clip above, and check out the list of games below:

  • ADR1FT – $19.99
  • Adventure Time: Magic Man’s Head Games – $4.99
  • AirMech: Command – $39.99
  • Albino Lullaby – $9.99
  • Audio Arena – $9.99
  • Project CARS – $49.99
  • Chronos – $49.99
  • Darknet – $9.99
  • Dead Secret – $14.99
  • Defense Grid 2 Enhanced VR Edition – $29.99
  • Dreadhalls – $9.99
  • Elite Dangerous: Deluxe Edition – $59.99
  • Esper 2 – $9.99
  • EVE Valkyrie Founder’s Pack – $59.99
  • Fly to KUMA – $14.99
  • EVE Gunjack – $9.99
  • Herobound SC – $9.99
  • Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes – $14.99
  • Lucky’s Tale – Bundled
  • Omega Agent – $14.99
  • Radial G – $24.99
  • Rooms – $14.99
  • Shufflepuck Cantina Deluxe VR – $9.99
  • Smashing The Battle – $19.99
  • Vanishing of Ethan Carter
  • Vektron Revenge – $9.99
  • VR Tennis Online – $24.99
  • Pinball FX2 VR – $14.99
  • BlazeRush
  • Windlands – $19.99


Here are the other titles that will be coming at a later date:

  • Damaged Core
  • Dead & Buried
  • Dragon Front
  • Eagle Flight
  • Edge of Nowhere
  • Fantastic Contraption
  • I Expect You to Die
  • Job Simulator
  • Rock Band VR
  • VR Sports

The list of launch games is definitely nice, but it’s not really fair to judge the catalogue right away, since Oculus is touting that the headset will have over 100 titles by the end of the year. Speaking of 100 titles, that figure also happens to be double the amount of experiences Sony is promising for the PlayStation VR.

Things are about to get more interesting as Sony, HTC, and Oculus battle each other to win the war to become the virtual reality headset that’ll be used in your home. The gauntlet has been thrown down. Being the first to hit the market certainly helps the Rift shape the dialogue. Now that all three have been priced and have a general release date, consumers can finally start deciding which of the three is better suited for their lifestyle. It’ll also be great if Sony and HTC adopt this kind of user comfort rating, as it’s a great way of letting the consumer know what they’re getting themselves into.

What do you guys think about the list of launch titles? Is that good enough to warrant the amount of cash you had to shell out to get this headset? Let us know in the comments below!

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