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Oculus Quest New Year games bundle £55.99 at Oculus
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Oculus Quest New Year games bundle £55.99 at Oculus

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Posted 1st Jan

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5 game pack reduced from 79.95 to 55.99.

It would been great if these were reduced individually a bit like the recent sale.

But it might somebody looking for different game types.
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The sooner they stop putting on these stupid bundles the better.
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The sooner they stop putting on these stupid bundles the better.
Oculus do the worst "sales" ever. They either make stupid bundles like this or the developers shave a couple of £'s off for a small time frame.
LiamSmith7801/01/2020 12:42

Oculus do the worst "sales" ever. They either make stupid bundles like …Oculus do the worst "sales" ever. They either make stupid bundles like this or the developers shave a couple of £'s off for a small time frame.


Agree, their so called sales are so bad that even £2 or £3 off a game feels like a good deal, I got sucked into getting three games past week or so, but I later refunded two of em..
Haven't bought anything from the Oculus store in ages, the discounts have been terrible since the Quest launched!
LiamSmith7801/01/2020 12:42

Oculus do the worst "sales" ever. They either make stupid bundles like …Oculus do the worst "sales" ever. They either make stupid bundles like this or the developers shave a couple of £'s off for a small time frame.


Ridiculous ain't it I got superhot, creed, blood and truth in the ps Christmas sale for £30 you can just about buy one game on the quest for that..
Although the Climb on the OQ is pretty good and worth the money
So instead of doing sales on games people want, they don't but instead bundle crap at a high price? And that's supposed to help vr how?
Ok just tried one of these today - great fun! Before we buy have a few questions. Quest is better than Rift right? There seems to be 128 or 64 choice (though both seem pretty difficult to come by) - what do you lose if you go for 64 - do some games not play?
Also is there any ability to "game share" between different goggle - like game sharing between x boxes within a household?
Thanks .
fairy01/01/2020 20:32

Ok just tried one of these today - great fun! Before we buy have a few …Ok just tried one of these today - great fun! Before we buy have a few questions. Quest is better than Rift right? There seems to be 128 or 64 choice (though both seem pretty difficult to come by) - what do you lose if you go for 64 - do some games not play?Also is there any ability to "game share" between different goggle - like game sharing between x boxes within a household?Thanks .


Rift is technically better in terms of specifications but requires a PC and is wired, so a very different proposition to the Quest in more ways than one. The 64GB vs 128GB is purely storage. The specs are the same aside from that so there is no difference in utility. For the vast majority of people 64GB is more than enough, as most games are only about 1-3GB. You can only game share between different consoles (e.g. a Rift and a Quest) on the same account, and even then only if the game itself is cross buy (which many are not). You cannot share games between accounts. So the ability to do that is very limited. Some games do have cross play between different formats, but that is obviously different.

I bought a Quest a few weeks ago and it is phenomenal. Really enjoying it. I'd played VR a few times before, but even though in terms of performance those experiences were probably better (they were being powered by high spec PCs), being able to effectively set the Quest up quickly anywhere and play wirelessly is a game changer for me, and the performance considering it is an entirely wireless device is excellent. I would thoroughly recommend it.
Crazy.Jamie01/01/2020 20:38

Rift is technically better in terms of specifications but requires a PC …Rift is technically better in terms of specifications but requires a PC and is wired, so a very different proposition to the Quest in more ways than one. The 64GB vs 128GB is purely storage. The specs are the same aside from that so there is no difference in utility. For the vast majority of people 64GB is more than enough, as most games are only about 1-3GB. You can only game share between different consoles (e.g. a Rift and a Quest) on the same account, and even then only if the game itself is cross buy (which many are not). You cannot share games between accounts. So the ability to do that is very limited. Some games do have cross play between different formats, but that is obviously different. I bought a Quest a few weeks ago and it is phenomenal. Really enjoying it. I'd played VR a few times before, but even though in terms of performance those experiences were probably better (they were being powered by high spec PCs), being able to effectively set the Quest up quickly anywhere and play wirelessly is a game changer for me, and the performance considering it is an entirely wireless device is excellent. I would thoroughly recommend it.


Ok that is great - thank you! I have to say I thought it was excellent - please could you let me know what games you have bought that you recommend and what was not so good? And are there favourite sites to purchase from or are they all direct from Occulus? Just also came across somethng called Occulus go at 128 and 64 - apart from it being white any idea what the difference is? Thanks.
fairy01/01/2020 20:57

Ok that is great - thank you! I have to say I thought it was excellent - …Ok that is great - thank you! I have to say I thought it was excellent - please could you let me know what games you have bought that you recommend and what was not so good? And are there favourite sites to purchase from or are they all direct from Occulus? Just also came across somethng called Occulus go at 128 and 64 - apart from it being white any idea what the difference is? Thanks.


The Oculus Quest has 6 DOF (Degrees Of Freedom), whilst the Go only has 3. This means the Quest can track more movement than the Go. In fact, it can track both translational and rotational moment (the Go only does rotational). It can also track the controllers in 3D space. That’s positional and 360° tracking.

The Quest has a higher resolution at 2560x1440px (vs 1600x1440px), a higher refresh rate at 72Hz (vs 60Hz) and an OLED display for richer blacks (vs LCD). It also has hand tracking and adjustable lenses.

Not to mention it has a larger library of games to play, which are more powerful and overall a better experience.

Lastly, it can also function as a PC VR headset with the use of a Link cable, allowing you to play any Steam VR game on the Quest, as long as you have a gaming PC powerful enough to run it. (You don’t need a PC for Quest games)
Edited by: "CMHammond" 1st Jan
fairy01/01/2020 20:57

Ok that is great - thank you! I have to say I thought it was excellent - …Ok that is great - thank you! I have to say I thought it was excellent - please could you let me know what games you have bought that you recommend and what was not so good? And are there favourite sites to purchase from or are they all direct from Occulus? Just also came across somethng called Occulus go at 128 and 64 - apart from it being white any idea what the difference is? Thanks.


Beat Saber and Superhot are must-buys. As for where you can buy them, you’re pretty much limited to the Oculus Store and their high prices. However, some online retailers provide Oculus keys, but you’ve got to make sure they’re offering a game that supports cross-buy for the Quest (As in, you can buy it for the Oculus Rift and you’ll also get the Quest version or vise-versa).

Here are a few, recent (but expired) deals for cross-buy Oculus games on HUKD:

hotukdeals.com/dea…560

hotukdeals.com/dea…975

hotukdeals.com/dea…068
The sales have been so disappointing. Too much focus on bundles and not enough on delivering real value for customers. I'd even take a build-your-own bundle with limited discount than the nonsense Oculus have been doing.

The lack of any discount on Beats Sabre has been particularly disappointing for me given that it's the one game I really want to buy, but can't really justify spending £22 on it just because it's on the Quest - I rarely pay that much for games on other platforms even though I recognise the effort the dev has put into it.
fairy01/01/2020 20:57

Ok that is great - thank you! I have to say I thought it was excellent - …Ok that is great - thank you! I have to say I thought it was excellent - please could you let me know what games you have bought that you recommend and what was not so good? And are there favourite sites to purchase from or are they all direct from Occulus? Just also came across somethng called Occulus go at 128 and 64 - apart from it being white any idea what the difference is? Thanks.


Maybe HUKD could bring your pipe and slippers for you too? Theres this wonderful thing called 'google' that can answer all of this. It would mean you doing something for yourself mind, so maybe its not for you.
CMHammond01/01/2020 21:35

Beat Saber and Superhot are must-buys. As for where you can buy them, …Beat Saber and Superhot are must-buys. As for where you can buy them, you’re pretty much limited to the Oculus Store and their high prices. However, some online retailers provide Oculus keys, but you’ve got to make sure they’re offering a game that supports cross-buy for the Quest (As in, you can buy it for the Oculus Rift and you’ll also get the Quest version or vise-versa).Here are a few, recent (but expired) deals for cross-buy Oculus games on HUKD:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/keep-talking-and-nobody-explodes-381-at-humble-store-incl-cross-buy-for-oculus-quest-3338560#comment-39074015https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/drop-dead-dual-strike-edition-oculus-rift-and-quest-from-oculus-store-3367975https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/star-trek-bridge-crew-oculus-quest-999-3367068


That is great - thanks for your reply it is so helpful - there is nothing like the experience of someone that has already played the games.
CMHammond01/01/2020 21:35

Beat Saber and Superhot are must-buys. As for where you can buy them, …Beat Saber and Superhot are must-buys. As for where you can buy them, you’re pretty much limited to the Oculus Store and their high prices. However, some online retailers provide Oculus keys, but you’ve got to make sure they’re offering a game that supports cross-buy for the Quest (As in, you can buy it for the Oculus Rift and you’ll also get the Quest version or vise-versa).Here are a few, recent (but expired) deals for cross-buy Oculus games on HUKD:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/keep-talking-and-nobody-explodes-381-at-humble-store-incl-cross-buy-for-oculus-quest-3338560#comment-39074015https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/drop-dead-dual-strike-edition-oculus-rift-and-quest-from-oculus-store-3367975https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/star-trek-bridge-crew-oculus-quest-999-3367068


I'd add Vader Immortal to this list - part 1 blew me away last night. They were doing this bundled with the OQ last month but not sure if the offer is still running.
midnightz03/01/2020 15:05

I'd add Vader Immortal to this list - part 1 blew me away last night. They …I'd add Vader Immortal to this list - part 1 blew me away last night. They were doing this bundled with the OQ last month but not sure if the offer is still running.


Yeah it’s free to download with a OQ purchase until the end of January. Great game.
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