The previous week there have been a few interesting releases on the Rift and if you are someone who does not stay in the loop then this post is going to be all about the new releases on the Oculus Rift from 16 July to 15 July.
It’s nice to try out new games on the Oculus Rift as it sure as hell gets boring with the same old games and for someone who has been following the Oculus Rift since the beginning, anything new is better.
So, if you are looking for some new titles to play this weekend then definitely read the post on all the new games that have been released on the Oculus Rift.
1. The Thrill of the Fight
This is a Virtual Reality Boxing game where you are going to be boxing your opponents to win every match. If you always wanted to box but couldn’t just risk breaking your nose in real life then this game is for you.
Dodge punches, bob and weave in order to be the winner in the ring. This game is really interactive and if you are in for some fun this weekend then you should definitely play this game.
The game has been released on only Oculus Rift for now, so if you want an interactive and immersive experience then you should definitely try out this game.
2. Archangel: Hellfire
This multiplayer game is another reason why you should definitely keep tabs on Rift’s new releases, this cross-platform multiplayer game is amazing if you want to battle against your friends who own different VR headsets.
Archangel has amazing graphics and it is probably a really amazing game to play in VR. The overall quality of the game is top notch and you can get easily addicted to the multiplayer game.
From amazing graphics to some really engaging story and realistic characters, Archangel is one of the best releases so far and you should definitely get your hands on this game if you are looking for long hours of gameplay.
This game has been released on the Rift and if you haven’t seen the trailer yet then watch it down below and let us know what you think in the comments down below.
This is a nice entertaining puzzle game, however, as you progress in the game, it gets more frustrating than entertaining. The puzzles are actually good and you are going to get so involved in the game.
There are some animated monsters that you need to get past and overall the game is engaging. If you want something light for the weekend and just want to enjoy a nice game with colorful graphics then you are going to like the GNOG.
If you are more towards games that have a narrative and engaging storytelling then you might want to go for something like the Archangel. This game is fun, engaging and can get addictive for a few.
4. Janus VR
This is more like a VR chat room where you are going to create your avatar and interact with other users. This is more like a place you can hang out if you are too lazy to go out and just want to be in the Virtual World and enjoy the interaction.
This is more like for people who love their friends from far. However, there are a few interesting features in this as well and you can explore and navigate as you like so if you are into chat rooms then you have to give this a try.
This is pretty cool and interesting as you are going to chat with a person in VR. Check out the trailer to see all the fun that you can have with this and let us know what you think.
5. NeuroSpeculative Afro Feminism
Now, this was not a game but it is an interesting storytelling and more like a sci-fi VR experience. I was confused looking at the trailer initially, but overall the concept of it seems interesting where you are going to listen to stories narrated by women of color.
This is available on the Oculus Rift, Oculus Go, and the Gear VR. So, if you are bored and want to listen to some storytelling then you should definitely try this, the overall purpose of this narrative is to be engaging and it is pretty nice to just lie down with your VR headset and enjoy a good story.