That's where I'm at. I happily pay for games but I have a hard time to spend money on games that I might not be able to use with future headsets. I haven't paid for the few Oculus exclusives I've tried so far and I don't really feel good about that since I could afford it. But I don't want to get locked into an ecosystem, that's why I play on PC.For me the biggest problem with Oculus isn't that they are developing, financing and distributing their own games. The problem is that my current game sales are going to lock down, at least influence my future hardware choices. There is no final PC hardware, VR headsets will evolve. What if Index 3 is going to be better and cheaper then Oculus Rift Quest S2? Revive seems to work, but already not perfectly so...?
Instead of happily spending money on their shop, I'm rather careful to not buy something that is also available on Steam.
If they'd open their shop to other Headset, I'd not have any kind of problems with them tbh.
Look what finally showed up!
Now to find VR games to play! I'm not sure if i even own a single VR game. Is there a way to find out which Steam games support VR in the new library ?
I've forgotten that's a thing. I bought the original game on GOG back then (nothing beats DRM free in my book, not even Steam). I wonder if it is going to work with VR. Or is it like Fallout 4 VR where you have to rebuy the entire game?Hellblade VR
Today's the day!!!
"Boiling Steel" already available in the Early Access on Steam, welcome to the store!
In this game we embodied all the experience of VR development accumulated over the years of our work and implemented the plot from the author of the S.T.A.L.K.E.R. series with maximal player involvement in it.
We are waiting for you in Steam and will be happy to see your honest rates of the game in the form of recommendations, reviews and feedback.
In honor of the release of our second game we decided to give a gift to all VR gamers - 10% discount on the purchase of "Boiling Steel" and the opportunity to get our first game "Guns'n'Stories: Bulletproof VR" for free.
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More rough but promising Lonn stuff.
Red Matter has various locomotion options and is a pure adventure game and In Death is an archery action roguelite with teleport and free locomotion that can be combined at will. While it's an action game analog stick movement is just for out of combat really, in combat you're mostly static and room scale move to aim and fire off arrows or bolts and dodge and block what's coming your way, maybe use the nifty teleport shard on top, etc.Right, I'm getting my space for VR fixed up tomorrow - need to know the best games to acclimate myself with full analogue stick movement?
So far toying with Talos Principal VR, and Arizona Sunshine..
Also gonna get ReVive setup to work through some of the Rift games I haven't tried
Also, no idea what this is, the only other Twin Peaks VR thing I can find is some old fan project that seems to have disappeared off the earth (The Archivist).