The Biggest Oculus Rift And Gear VR Releases Of The Week 09/10/17

Rift owners will find plenty of great new content waiting for them this week, while there’s a big new release for Gear VR too. There’s real diversity in this week’s releases, so get stuck in.
If you missed the previous entry of this list you can see those new releases here. And don’t forget that UploadVR has a Steam community group, complete with a curated list of recommendations so that you don’t have to waste any money finding out what’s good in the world of VR.
Plus — check out our list of the best Oculus Rift games and best Gear VR games for more suggestions!
The Big Releases


Duck Season, from Stress Level Zero
Price: $19.99 (Rift)
The developers of Hover Junkers return with this throwback to an all-time gaming classic. Step into the (unofficial) world of Duck Hunt for yourself and blast away, but also explore the world outside of your TV, with a hint of horror that will be sure delight fans of shows like Stranger Things and more.
Recommendation: Something any Rift/Vive owner should check out.

MasterpieceVR, from Brinx Software
Price: $29.99 (Rift)
Another new way to get creating within VR. MasterpieceVR allows you to create highly detailed 3D models that you can then use as assets in other experiences. It’s a professional application that allows for accessible creation and collaboration.
Recommendation: For those that want to go beyond Tilt Brush.

Bloody Zombies, from Paw Print Games
Price: $14.99 (Rift)
Classic beat ’em ups get their VR debut with this 2D co-op brawler. Take to the streets of London in the zombie apocalypse and punch your way through hordes of the undead. While one player can put on a VR headset, others can grab a controller and play on the traditional screen for some local co-op action.
Recommendation: For fans of a classic genre.

Manifest 99, from Project Flight School
Price: $5.99 (Rift)
This short, sweet VR experience is a surreal journey into the afterlife in which you follow the lives of a group of characters and explore their histories. It’s a strangely disturbing and yet deeply moving piece that explores the use of gaze-based interaction in exciting new ways and leaves a mark.
Recommendation: If you’re interested in VR storytelling don’t miss this.

World War Toons: Tank Up, from Reload Studios
Price: $4.99 (Gear)
Here’s a surprising spin-off of the VR multiplayer shooter. Tank Up is an on-rails shooter that explores more of the colorful world seen on PSVR. It’s exclusive to Gear VR and looks like a highly polished experience.
Recommendation: Something for Gear gamers.

Floor Plan: Hands-On Edition, from Turbo Button
Price: $5.99 (Rift, currently discounted)
Turbo Button brings its quirky puzzler over to the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive with new hand controls. Explore several whacky environments as you travel from floor to floor in an elevator, meeting fantastical characters in point-and-click style gameplay.
Recommendation: For fans of slapstick gaming.
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