Oculus has announced the Oculus Go, a standalone VR device for $199 releasing early 2018. You can find out more about it on the Oculus developer site.
If you’ve entertained any stray thoughts about buying PlayStation VR, today’s the day you want to do it.
While trying out Mario Kart VR et cetera at Bandai Namco’s VR Zone Shinjuku yesterday, I visited the cafe inside the virtual reality arcade. I was about to make a mistake.
Mario Kart Arcade GP VR isn’t a game that you can buy, but a virtual reality installation in Bandai Namco’s VR Zone attraction in Shinjuku, Tokyo. It promises to put you in the driver’s seat for a Mario Kart race, and that it does. It’s pretty fun, but you’re not really missing out on much if you don’t play it.
If you don’t have the budget for a $500 Oculus Rift headset and a thousand dollar VR-ready gaming PC, here’s a far cheaper solution. A die-hard Commodore 64 fan created a pair of virtual reality goggles for the classic 8-bit computer that can be easily found for just a few bucks at thrift shops around the country.
There are a lot of nightmarish things about KFC, including but not limited to mutant chickens and a sandwich where the bread is chicken filets. Now KFC is owning the darker, crispier parts of its brand with a new VR horror game that’s become a “bizarre initiation rite” for new employees, according to Eater.
The HTC Vive is now $599, receiving its first official price drop since the virtual reality headset launched last year at $799. That puts the Vive at $100 more than the Rift/Touch combo, though the latter is current on sale for a limited time for $399. (Updated with latest Rift pricing)
This week, CCP Games announced a massive shakeup to its immersive VR shooter EVE: Valkyrie. A free expansion coming in September called “Warzone” will, among other things, remove the need for a virtual reality headset. By decoupling Valkyrie from its VR roots, a much wider player base will be able to log in and play…
If you’re reading this article on this site, you’re probably interested in video games, which means you’re probably a gamer. And you’re probably into video games because gaming brings you joy. Well, one Sacramento-based nonprofit organization, Gamer’s Gift, is working to bring the joy of VR games to people who might…
Enhance Games will release Rez Infinite for Steam and Oculus Home today, the studio said this morning. So now you don’t need a PlayStation 4 to enjoy the ultimate version of Tetsuya Mizuguchi’s classic synaesthesia shooter.
Altspace, which billed itself as “the leading social platform” for VR, is shuttering on August 3rd. Investors like Comcast poured over $15 million into the project, which attracted 35,000 users per month. In a blog post, Altspace’s developers explain that funding fell through and VR market growth has been slow.
While this isn’t the only VR Dragon Ball set up that’s recently appeared in Japan, it does look more elaborate.
If you ever plan on having a wedding for a virtual reality anime girl, know that you might need some help with the “You may kiss the bride” part. Noted!
In 2003, when Second Life launched, all it took was a few customization bars and the promise of infinite possibility to get users hooked on the idea of a virtual reality. Now, in 2017, our standards are a bit higher. “Immersion” isn’t as easy to sell with a microphone, an avatar and some content creation software. …
It’s still not cheap, and you’ll still need a powerful PC to run it, but if you’ve been waiting for a good deal to take the plunge and buy an Oculus Rift, this is the best we’ve seen. You’ll pay the standard $600 price tag for the headset and Oculus Touch controllers, but you’ll get a bonus $100 credit to spend on the…
There hasn’t been much VR news to talk about this E3, but Bethesda just changed that. They’re bringing 2016's Doom to virtual reality headsets.
“Look at the hands bruh, look at the hands bruh.”