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oculus rift launch titles
For so long, people talked about Virtual Reality like it was science fiction. And soon, consumers will be owning their own sets. Today, the Oculus team announced the 30 games that will also be available when their virtual reality headsets are released into the wild. If you’ve an avid video gamer, then some of these names will be familiar to you and some not so much. Many of these titles come from indie developers which comes to show that something like the Oculus Rift provides a big opportunities for developers in the future. For now, though, check out the titles of all 30 games after the jump.

Here are the 30 games that will be available when the Oculus Rift is released later this month.

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Adventure Time
AirMech: Command
Albino Lullaby
Audio Arena
Project CARS
Chronos
Darknet
Dead Secret
Defense Grid 2
Dreadhalls
Elite Dangerous
Esper 2
EVE Valkyrie Founder’s Pack
Fly to KUMA
EVE Gunjack
Herobound SC
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes
Lucky’s Tale
Omega Agent
Radial G
Rooms
Shufflepack Cantina Deluxe VR
Smashing the Battle
Vanishing of Ethan Carter
Vektron Revenge
VR Tennis Online
Pinball FX2 VR
BlazeRush
Windlands

Albino Lullaby is a fun, horror-style game that has been in development for a long time. For fans and their developers, it’ll be nice to finally see this game on the mainstream market and out there for others to play.

A cool aspect of virtual reality is that it can take you and put you in a situation that you wouldn’t normally find yourself in. For example, how many of you can say you’ve raced a high octane, high performance, sports vehicle? Well, if you didn’t raise your hands, you’ll be able to soon enough thanks to the game Project CARS. Then, of course, you’ll be able to pilot your own spaceship and engage in dangerous missions and battles in the game Elite Dangerous. Finally, get ready for some good old fashioned sword and board fighting in the game Chronos.

The Oculus Rift will be available for purchase starting March 28th for $599.

Source: Comingsoon

Category: Videogames

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