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Oculus reveals launch line up and prices

First games range from $5 to $60

Oculus held a game showcase for press at GDC this year and revealed its launch line-up for Oculus Rift, complete with prices. On March 28, launch day for the Rift, 30 titles will be available with prices ranging from $4.99 to $59.99.

Also on show were games that won't make the March 28 deadline, but hint at a varied future for the Rift. Dragon Front, for example, is a free-to-play card battling game. That will be out later this spring, and should appeal to anyone who has cut their card gaming teeth on Hearthstone.

At the press event the games were also rated with comfort levels; we've asked if these are an official rating system and were told those ratings will be available to consumers in the store.

A full list of titles for March 28 is available below. Prices for other regions were not available at the time of writing.

  • ADR1FT - $19.99
  • Adventure Time: Magic Man's Head Games - $4.99
  • AirMech: Command - $39.99
  • Albino Lullaby - $9.99
  • Audio Arena - $9.99
  • Project CARS - $49.99
  • Chronos - $49.99
  • Darknet - $9.99
  • Dead Secret - $14.99
  • Defense Grid 2 Enhanced VR Edition - $29.99
  • Dreadhalls - $9.99
  • Elite Dangerous: Deluxe Edition - $59.99
  • Esper 2 - $9.99
  • EVE Valkyrie Founder's Pack - $59.99
  • Fly to KUMA - $14.99
  • EVE Gunjack - $9.99
  • Herobound SC - $9.99
  • Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes - $14.99
  • Lucky's Tale - Bundled
  • Omega Agent - $14.99
  • Radial G - $24.99
  • Rooms - $14.99
  • Shufflepuck Cantina Deluxe VR - $9.99
  • Smashing The Battle - $19.99
  • Vanishing of Ethan Carter - To Be Confirmed
  • Vektron Revenge - $9.99
  • VR Tennis Online - $24.99
  • Pinball FX2 VR - $14.99
  • BlazeRush - To Be Confirmed
  • Windlands - $19.99

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Richard Browne Head of External Projects, Digital Extremes5 years ago
SHUFFLEPUCK CANTINA?!?! sold
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