• justin-lortie - December 24, 2013 10 a.m.

    Skyrim is awesome on the rift but somehow minecraft was more enjoyable. ive also played bioshock infinity , oblivion,kiro and a few others who's names elude me but my must play games if you own a rift are minecraft and skyrim. the open game concept adds to the feeling that you are really there and are able to go where ever you want.
  • whoisonline - August 13, 2013 11:08 p.m.

    Hi, I did a video gameplay of Titans of Space at , watch on youtube
  • MyCoolWhiteLies - August 12, 2013 9:57 a.m.

    Also, I know it's not running natively, but I would definitely try Dear Esther running with Stereoficator or Vireio Perception. It's one of my favorite experiences using the Oculus so far, and I think it makes that game far more compelling than it would be otherwise.
  • GR HollanderCooper - August 12, 2013 6:29 p.m.

    I'll try it--but I really didn't like DE in general.
  • MyCoolWhiteLies - August 12, 2013 9:55 a.m.

    Have you guys tried the Delta Draconis demo? I thought it was way more impressive than Planet 1, and it's a similar concept.
  • aleksandros-rodriguez - August 10, 2013 7:50 a.m.

    The last slide about Titans of Space has quite the mistake. You said "Astrology" instead of Astronomy. The difference being is Astrology would be your Horoscope in a magazine and Astronomy is the actual study of the cosmos rather than superstition.
  • Rub3z - August 9, 2013 8:37 p.m.

    This is really cool. I hope I'm exploring Columbia or Dunwall or Rapture or somesuch in VR sometime in the near future. Correction on the last slide for Titans of Space. An "astrology lesson" would involve some bullcrap that a scam artist with a crystal ball would try to sell to you by telling you about your birthsign or something like that. There is a world of difference between "astrology" and "astronomy," in that "astronomy" is the actual, scientific study of heavenly bodies throughout our universe for the advancement of human knowledge; whilst "astrology" is a load of horseshit. Small, seemingly inconsequential difference in spelling... coupled with an absolutely galactic difference in meaning. No offense meant against you guys, it's a common mistake, kinda like the your/you're one that crops up every so often. The more you know. :)

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