originals\ Jul 24, 2017 at 3:33 pm

The Oculus Rift is on sale for $399, so here are 5 games absolutely worth checking out

Still a pricey investment, but worth diving into

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Of course, the amount of VR games currently available on the Oculus Rift store is staggering, and there are plenty more worth checking out. Like many of you, I don't have a high disposable income, so I couldn't play all the games I wanted to yet but given some rave reviews and word of mouth, here are a few more recommendations that seem like fantastic games worth checking out.

Edge of Nowhere

Edge of Nowhere - $39.99

Edge of Nowhere is a third-person VR adventure from acclaimed independent developer Insomniac Games. Victor Howard is on a journey to find his fiancée, Ava Thorne, who is part of a lost expedition to Antarctica. His rescue mission takes a sudden turn as he ventures deeper into a dark monstrous world where reality warps and twists around him.

Wilson's Heart

Wilson's Heart - $39.99

Wilson’s Heart is an immersive first-person psychological thriller set in a 1940’s hospital that has undergone a haunting transformation. In this original VR adventure, you become Robert Wilson, a patient who awakens to the shocking discovery that his heart has been replaced with a mysterious device.

Knockout League

Knockout League - $19.99

Welcome to the Knockout League, a single player arcade style boxing game built from the ground up for Virtual Reality. Its intuitive gameplay involves moving and dodging with your body and 1:1 punch movement that lets you attack how you want without relying on buttons for main gameplay.

The Climb

The Climb - $49.99

Scale huge heights and feel the exhilaration of extreme free solo climbing. Explore and enjoy the view or compete for the fastest times on leaderboards with Touch or gamepad controls. 

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