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  • Shadowmask72Shadowmask72 Posts: 3,243 Valuable Player
    edited June 2016
    We're way ahead of you man. I've already purchased Chronos & Technolust.


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  • nalex66nalex66 Posts: 4,160 Valuable Player
    I picked up Project CARS, Technolust, Blaze Rush, and Chronos.

    I may submit to peer pressure and grab a few more over the weekend. Airmech and Dead Secret have good buzz, I've enjoyed previous versions of DG2 and Radial-G, and Darknet and Windlands look interesting too.

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  • MeioJoMeioJo Posts: 167
    These links are S#!tty as hell. No images, video or any sense of the game in any of them.

    Maybe you need to hire someone who understands marketing?
  • Shadowmask72Shadowmask72 Posts: 3,243 Valuable Player
    MeioJo don't shoot the messenger eh bud? Actually it might be your browser because they work fine for me where they take me to the Oculus store page which has all the info and video etc.


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  • VirtuaJulianVirtuaJulian Posts: 151 Oculus Staff
    We're way ahead of you man. I've already purchased Chronos & Technolust.
    Chronos was the first VR game I fell in love with when I started here a few months back. Really love the world, experience, combat, exploration, etc. One of my favorites. I have yet to really dive into Technolust, but I love the setting and think it'll be one I really like.

    Thanks for the link back to other recommendations!
  • Shadowmask72Shadowmask72 Posts: 3,243 Valuable Player
    I've just jacked out of Technolust and all I can say it's pretty intense. I feel a bit on edge after the nosebleed soundtrack and general wackiness of it all.

    Brilliant.


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  • VirtuaJulianVirtuaJulian Posts: 151 Oculus Staff
    MeioJo said:
    These links are S#!tty as hell. No images, video or any sense of the game in any of them.

    Maybe you need to hire someone who understands marketing?

    There are better ways to provide feedback than to go on such a harsh offensive. That being said, all the links have a product description, photos, and others have videos included as well. Each page should link back to a developer site, which might contain more info.

    Which pages are you viewing that you don't feel have enough info? This is feedback that's more valuable and potentially actionable. Thanks!
  • VirtuaJulianVirtuaJulian Posts: 151 Oculus Staff
    nalex66 said:
    I picked up Project CARS, Technolust, Blaze Rush, and Chronos.

    I may submit to peer pressure and grab a few more over the weekend. Airmech and Dead Secret have good buzz, I've enjoyed previous versions of DG2 and Radial-G, and Darknet and Windlands look interesting too.

    I'm due for another big Project CARS session, I've only really dipped my feet in and feel like I could spend more time learning the cars and courses. Do you play with the controller or do you have a wheel set up?

    Blaze Rush is great and a big hit in the office too. Really fun and it makes me happy to see more people getting a chance to pick it up.

    Airmech I love as well, having a little transformer amongst a miniature world is great. Gameplay is solid, there's a lot to do and it will challenge you. I like Defense Grid too, though I didn't play any of the previous versions. When we did the Showcase a few months back I jumped and really enjoyed it. Another miniature world to explore!

    Too much good stuff, thanks for posting your picks! I love hearing about what people are playing.
  • nalex66nalex66 Posts: 4,160 Valuable Player
    I don't have a steering wheel set-up, but I've been considering it. I've been going back to Assetto Corso lately (since they added 1.3 support recently), and enjoying it more than I did when I first got it. It can be tricky steering with the gamepad. I got the sensitivity adjusted to where I could do okay in AC, but I haven't quite got it there in Project CARS just yet--I'm still doing a lot of smashing into the guard rails.

    It's interesting playing the same track on the two different titles--I got pretty used to Monza in Assetto Corso, so that was one track that I was able to jump in and play half-decently in Project CARS.
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  • FrozenPeaFrozenPea Posts: 2,535 Valuable Player
    Got defence grid 2, apollo 11, hitman go and esper 2!

    Played Apollo 11 last night and woah! Always been a massive space nerd and still learnt new things was amazing!!
    Also played Defence Grid 2 and that was so much fun, although i did end up hitting my head against the wall looking for those gold things :D damn my small room!
  • VirtuaJulianVirtuaJulian Posts: 151 Oculus Staff
    FrozenPea said:
    Got defence grid 2, apollo 11, hitman go and esper 2!

    Played Apollo 11 last night and woah! Always been a massive space nerd and still learnt new things was amazing!!
    Also played Defence Grid 2 and that was so much fun, although i did end up hitting my head against the wall looking for those gold things :D damn my small room!
      Yea, I just recently adjusted my sensor so I could hunt for the DG2 hidden collectibles. I needed to crane just a bit more to view a couple of them.
  • FrozenPeaFrozenPea Posts: 2,535 Valuable Player
    edited June 2016
    Yeah definitely, unfortunately my computer is next to a wall so i didn't think I'd need to move around so much and then just kinda forgot about my real life boundaries enough to hit my head :p now i make sure to sit more in the middle of the room!

    Dont feel like there is enough people recommending it though, really enjoying it so far, one of the most addictive rift games ive played!
  • nalex66nalex66 Posts: 4,160 Valuable Player
    So I went ahead and bought Airmech, as well as Dreadhalls and Omega Agent. Now I just need to find time to play all these games!
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  • nalex66nalex66 Posts: 4,160 Valuable Player
    I've just jacked out of Technolust and all I can say it's pretty intense. I feel a bit on edge after the nosebleed soundtrack and general wackiness of it all.

    Brilliant.
    I just had to say, Technolust is amazing! I just spent an hour playing all the arcade games, that Kerser(?) one is addictive! Jack-in Jill was cool too. Really impressive VR game!!
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  • justin.wasilenkojustin.wasilenko Posts: 32
    Brain Burst
    The link to End Space is broken - it points to Tactera. It should point to here: https://www2.oculus.com/experiences/gear-vr/941837879186570/
  • VirtuaJulianVirtuaJulian Posts: 151 Oculus Staff
    The link to End Space is broken - it points to Tactera. It should point to here: https://www2.oculus.com/experiences/gear-vr/941837879186570/
    Good catch, updated! Thanks :D
  • MeioJoMeioJo Posts: 167
    MeioJo said:
    These links are S#!tty as hell. No images, video or any sense of the game in any of them.

    Maybe you need to hire someone who understands marketing?

    There are better ways to provide feedback than to go on such a harsh offensive. That being said, all the links have a product description, photos, and others have videos included as well. Each page should link back to a developer site, which might contain more info.

    Which pages are you viewing that you don't feel have enough info? This is feedback that's more valuable and potentially actionable. Thanks!
    Ahh I see the problem you have to allow Facebook in your browser... I'm not on Facebook and have never not gotten video due to not allowing Facebook.

    Well to be expected I guess with this arrangement...
  • GoobersGoobers Posts: 294
    Art3mis
    MeioJo said:
    MeioJo said:
    These links are S#!tty as hell. No images, video or any sense of the game in any of them.

    Maybe you need to hire someone who understands marketing?

    There are better ways to provide feedback than to go on such a harsh offensive. That being said, all the links have a product description, photos, and others have videos included as well. Each page should link back to a developer site, which might contain more info.

    Which pages are you viewing that you don't feel have enough info? This is feedback that's more valuable and potentially actionable. Thanks!
    Ahh I see the problem you have to allow Facebook in your browser... I'm not on Facebook and have never not gotten video due to not allowing Facebook.

    Well to be expected I guess with this arrangement...
    I don't think you've reached your quota of being an ass yet.

    No, you don't have to allow FB access in your browser.
  • MeioJoMeioJo Posts: 167
    edited June 2016
    @Goobers AHHHHH Yes you do... if you have something like NoScript you have to allow fbcdn.net to see the videos and graphics.

    Anyone can install NoScript on their Firefox and try to prove me wrong IDIOT!

    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/noscript/

    "fbcdn.net is a domain owned by Facebook that is used as a domain for serving static content such as photos from a CDN. Content Delivery Network (CDN)"


  • cyberealitycybereality Posts: 26,156 Oculus Staff
    Personal insults are against the rules. Both you two have been warned. 
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  • dcj91xdcj91x Posts: 33
    Brain Burst
    :( I have money and want to buy several games. Unfortunately I can not due to my S7's internal memory being full and my 64g SD card not being able to hold Gear VR games. So disappointing. I wonder how many others and how many sales Samsung/Oculus has lost because of this?
  • marblemunkeymarblemunkey Posts: 3
    NerveGear
    So, is anything actually 75% off? I've poked around Oculus home, and the most I see is 50%.
  • VirtuaJulianVirtuaJulian Posts: 151 Oculus Staff
    So, is anything actually 75% off? I've poked around Oculus home, and the most I see is 50%.
    Land's End on Gear VR is 75% off
  • Gypsy816Gypsy816 Posts: 513
    So, is anything actually 75% off? I've poked around Oculus home, and the most I see is 50%.
    Land's End on Gear VR is 75% off
    Great title from a really interesting team. It's great for introducing gamers to VR, IMO.
    Oculus Community Manager - kweh!
  • ya know, If you add a few vr porno's, I guarantee this thing will take off fast as hell.. :)
  • SanLunarSanLunar Posts: 13
    NerveGear
    edited July 2016
    I need PayPal!!!!! I have no CC!!!!  :(  :'(
  • cybernettrcybernettr Posts: 889
    3Jane
    I guess this is the last day. I went a little crazy and bought several games. IoMoon is the first one I decided to download and try out and I am really loving it! July happens to be my birth month so this is a little early  birthday present to myself. This is a real sale, with some of the games as much as 50% off. Some of the games are just a few dollars off, but all in all this is a great time to buy.  A few of the games are as little as five or six dollars, so almost everyone can afford to buy at least one game. 
  • GreymanGreyman Posts: 1,275
    Wintermute
    i've just bought Gunjack for £3.99 and i have already had my money's worth from it.  

    Having played Eve Online for years, it was good to see things like stealth bombers, punishers and stasis webifiers.  

    Good job CCP :)
  • BabomancerBabomancer Posts: 3
    NerveGear
    Does Keep Talking from the Oculus store work without a headset too? I have the headset but would prefer the choice.
  • BabomancerBabomancer Posts: 3
    NerveGear
    Does Keep Talking from the Oculus store work without a headset too? I have the headset but would prefer the choice.
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