Oculus Rift 1st Anniversary Game Bundle £69.99 @ Oculus
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Oculus Rift 1st Anniversary Game Bundle £69.99 @ Oculus

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Found 29th Mar 2017
Get 11 Rift launch titles together for 65% off! Celebrate Rift's one year anniversary with the best of the launch lineup! Also available seperate!

EVE: Valkyrie
This game is in the Rift Anniversary Bundle, purchase the bundle to get this game and 10 others for 65% off their retail price! “The game VR headsets were designed to play” – UploadVR ** Joint Strike, the second major update for EVE: Valkyrie, is now available FREE for all pilots. ** - Full cross-platform online multiplayer between Oculus Rift and console VR - Single-player & competitive online multiplayer modes - Stunning AAA visuals and production, with a deep EVE Universe backstory

Project CARS – Game of the Year Edition
This game is in the Rift Anniversary Bundle, purchase the bundle to get this game and 10 others for 65% off their retail price! Project CARS includes 120+ cars, 100+ unique track layouts, world-class graphics & handling, fully dynamic time of day & weather, a ground-breaking career mode, competitive fully-loaded race weekends and leaderboard-based time trials. Project CARS does not support cross-play.

Chronos
This game is in the Rift Anniversary Bundle, purchase the bundle to get this game and 10 others for 65% off their retail price! Chronos is an atmospheric RPG that chronicles a hero’s lifelong quest to save their homeland from a great evil.

Radial-G : Racing Revolved
This game is in the Rift Anniversary Bundle, purchase the bundle to get this game and 10 others for 65% off their retail price! Climb into the cockpit of a futuristic race craft and tear up the anti-gravity track as battle commences with over 15 real and AI opponents. Offering single and multi-player action, Radial-G delivers full immersion racing on tubular tracks.

AirMech: Command
This game is in the Rift Anniversary Bundle, purchase the bundle to get this game and 10 others for 65% off their retail price! AirMech Command is the definitive Action/RTS experience in VR. With all new tactical Touch controls AND ground-level flight controls, you can command troops and units from orbit, or grab the stick and pilot your AirMech directly. Play Solo, Co-Op, or PVP with dozens of AirMechs, customizable armies, and unlockable vanity items.

Dead Secret
This game is in the Rift Anniversary Bundle, purchase the bundle to get this game and 10 others for 65% off their retail price! Who killed Harris Bullard? A reclusive man with a mysterious past is dead, and it’s up to you to crack the case. Investigate the crime scene, uncover secret documents and piece together the puzzle to name the killer.

GUNJACK
This game is in the Rift Anniversary Bundle, purchase the bundle to get this game and 10 others for 65% off their retail price! Gunjack is a visually stunning virtual reality arcade shooter set in the sprawling EVE sci-fi universe. Jump into your heavy weapons turret, power up your guns, and challenge deadly waves of enemy ships determined to blast you and your crew into oblivion.

Windlands
A first-person grappling hook exploration game. Soar through the ruins of a fallen civilization and discover the secrets of the ancient world.

Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes
This game is in the Rift Anniversary Bundle, purchase the bundle to get this game and 10 others for 65% off their retail price! Find yourself trapped alone in a room with a ticking time bomb. Your friends in the real world have the manual to defuse it, but they can’t see the bomb, so you're going to have to talk it out – fast!

Darknet
This game is in the Rift Anniversary Bundle, purchase the bundle to get this game and 10 others for 65% off their retail price! Enter cyberspace. Become a hacker! Darknet is a strategy/puzzle game in which you play as an elite hacker in the Net. Plug into cyberspace, using viruses, worms, and exploits to steal the data before your signal gets traced.

Fly to KUMA
This game is in the Rift Anniversary Bundle, purchase the bundle to get this game and 10 others for 65% off their retail price! A new mind-bending VR puzzle game from COLOPL has arrived for Rift. Controls are simple: Move and rotate the blue blocks in each stage to help the bears reach their goal!
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Original Poster
Why is such a huge reduction going cold ? Have you brought these at full price and peeved ? Anti Oculus ?
shamoany

Why is such a huge reduction going cold ? Have you brought these at full … Why is such a huge reduction going cold ? Have you brought these at full price and peeved ? Anti Oculus ?



Pretty much every deal goes cold at the start, likely because of grumps/trolls. It might help though if you link to reviews for each game. I'm not familiar with a lot of these myself.
Anything VR seems to struggle.
I've give over posting VR deals.
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shamoany

Why is such a huge reduction going cold ? Have you brought these at full … Why is such a huge reduction going cold ? Have you brought these at full price and peeved ? Anti Oculus ?



I'm not personally sure it's a great deal. I'm sure there's a page they have I seen yesterday where you can buy these individually (I'll take a look). On that, you can pick up PC GotY for £13.99 here : https://uk.gamesplanet.com/game/project-cars-game-of-the-year-edition-steam-key--2758-2

That's a £6 saving there.
Edited by: "BuzzDuraband" 29th Mar 2017
Original Poster
copperspock

Pretty much every deal goes cold at the start, likely because of … Pretty much every deal goes cold at the start, likely because of grumps/trolls. It might help though if you link to reviews for each game. I'm not familiar with a lot of these myself.


4p for a packet of fish fingers is what the masses like , Bespoke deals don`t have the audiences.
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BuzzDuraband

I'm not personally sure it's a great deal. I'm sure there's a page they … I'm not personally sure it's a great deal. I'm sure there's a page they have I saw yesterday where you can buy these individually (I'll take a look). On that, you can pick up PC GotY for £13.99 here : https://uk.gamesplanet.com/game/project-cars-game-of-the-year-edition-steam-key--2758-2That's a £6 saving there.


Yes i added you can buy these individually for those already own 1 or some , However if you are buying most the bundle is cheaper.
shamoany

Why is such a huge reduction going cold ? Have you brought these at full … Why is such a huge reduction going cold ? Have you brought these at full price and peeved ? Anti Oculus ?



​All these games can go for a few quid at a time on sale (and Valkyrie is a rip off).

Personally think rift is hurting VR with exclusives when the whole of VR needs better titles.

Just waiting for gaming VR to die like the 3dtv (yes it will stick around professionally as it has a number of uses)
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shamoany

However if you are buying most the bundle is cheaper.



But even if you buy them all and purchase Project CARS from Gamesplanet it's already £6 cheaper to do it that way.

I checked PC because I know it's been a lot less as of late and £19.99 is quite steep. I didn't look at the rest.
SavageDonkey

​All these games can go for a few quid at a time on sale (and Valkyrie is … ​All these games can go for a few quid at a time on sale (and Valkyrie is a rip off).Personally think rift is hurting VR with exclusives when the whole of VR needs better titles.Just waiting for gaming VR to die like the 3dtv (yes it will stick around professionally as it has a number of uses)



Just curious - have you spent long in a rift or a vive?
SavageDonkey

​All these games can go for a few quid at a time on sale (and Valkyrie is … ​All these games can go for a few quid at a time on sale (and Valkyrie is a rip off).Personally think rift is hurting VR with exclusives when the whole of VR needs better titles.Just waiting for gaming VR to die like the 3dtv (yes it will stick around professionally as it has a number of uses)



Have to agree with you in parts.
Oculus are killing it one hand by all these great exclusives, but on the other hand they are actually paying to make pretty much all these exclusives.

HTC have made a great VR unit but what sells these things are games and they (htc) really aren't doing anything in that department other than a couple of games, which funnily enough works on all headsets.

Steam are also to blame by letting all these 13 year old indie devs release so much tripe.
I mean go on steam and click on the HTC vive logo.
It's over run, so for every maybe 1 excellent game there's probably 50 bad ones.

I'm going to be honest I own both the vive and psvr and have had very little reason to play them over the last couple of months.
Resident evil has set the bar to high and I can't bring myself to play second rate games anymore.

So yeah it's defo harming the industry but I feel all manufacturers could do better.
Hopefully fallout 4 VR will find my love again.


Edited by: "geebeegooner" 29th Mar 2017
Ellendel

Just curious - have you spent long in a rift or a vive?



​Hi

I love my Vive and PSVR. I have pretty much every game on PSVR and a lot of Vive Games.

I also love 3d TVs but VR looks like going the same way.. Rift is helping in the demise.

To geebeegooner's point in steam.. I disagree. I don't think it really hurts too much as I've never bought a really bad game, that's what reviews are for and more monkeys will eventually give us Shakespeare...

You can get some great experiences for a few quid on steam that can be £20 on PSVR.

My least favorite purchase has been Apollo VR which seems to be raved about. It just doesn't deliver for me (as a many time visitor to Kenedy) as I find the Imax Blurays give me a far better experience on my TV.
Edited by: "SavageDonkey" 29th Mar 2017
SavageDonkey

​HiI love my Vive and PSVR. I have pretty much every game on PSVR and a l … ​HiI love my Vive and PSVR. I have pretty much every game on PSVR and a lot of Vive Games. I also love 3d TVs but VR looks like going the same way.. Rift is helping in the demise.



I liked the New 3DS with the head tracking (although it felt late to the party), but have never got on with 3D TV's particularly. They are cool in concept, but never felt like they really had the depth to be worth while. I guess they might be a different experience if you have a 70" screen or something (instead of a measly 40")!

I just can't understand the comparison between VR and 3DTV though. Games like Subnautica, which I've really enjoyed in VR, I can't even consider playing on a screen now. Same for things like Elite Dangerous. They are hands down better as immersive experiences that surround you. I didn't have that kind of conversion with 3DTV media. I thought 3D media was at it's core equal or worse than 2D media as an experience due to the blurriness in motion.

I definitely agree that fragmentation is damaging to the VR industry though. I love VR, but I wouldn't recommend someone who isn't a reasonably savvy PC gamer get a Vive or a Rift right now. I don't think this is totally down to Oculus though. My understanding is that Oculus would like Vive users to use their store, but HTC/Valve won't open up the hardware to allow it to use the Oculus SDK, and Oculus only want to use their own SDK on their store - for quality control reasons (and perhaps others). There are also plenty of Vive exclusive games, even if they aren't exclusive due to store restrictions. It just feels like a complex environment at the moment, and one that isn't at all ideal for consumers.

I guess the difference is that I think that shared VR standards will probably sort that out for Gen 2, which is where I think more people should (and hopefully will) jump in - both because converts like me will buy the new hardware, and because that will make the Gen 1 hardware cheaper for those who are just curious, and have older PC's, or have bought new PC's on a budget - once the equivalent of a GTX 970 is available in the low range cost bracket of graphics cards.

How's the PSVR? I haven't been able to give it a try (no PS4).
Ellendel

I liked the New 3DS with the head tracking (although it felt late to the … I liked the New 3DS with the head tracking (although it felt late to the party), but have never got on with 3D TV's particularly. They are cool in concept, but never felt like they really had the depth to be worth while. I guess they might be a different experience if you have a 70" screen or something (instead of a measly 40")!I just can't understand the comparison between VR and 3DTV though. Games like Subnautica, which I've really enjoyed in VR, I can't even consider playing on a screen now. Same for things like Elite Dangerous. They are hands down better as immersive experiences that surround you. I didn't have that kind of conversion with 3DTV media. I thought 3D media was at it's core equal or worse than 2D media as an experience due to the blurriness in motion. I definitely agree that fragmentation is damaging to the VR industry though. I love VR, but I wouldn't recommend someone who isn't a reasonably savvy PC gamer get a Vive or a Rift right now. I don't think this is totally down to Oculus though. My understanding is that Oculus would like Vive users to use their store, but HTC/Valve won't open up the hardware to allow it to use the Oculus SDK, and Oculus only want to use their own SDK on their store - for quality control reasons (and perhaps others). There are also plenty of Vive exclusive games, even if they aren't exclusive due to store restrictions. It just feels like a complex environment at the moment, and one that isn't at all ideal for consumers.I guess the difference is that I think that shared VR standards will probably sort that out for Gen 2, which is where I think more people should (and hopefully will) jump in - both because converts like me will buy the new hardware, and because that will make the Gen 1 hardware cheaper for those who are just curious, and have older PC's, or have bought new PC's on a budget - once the equivalent of a GTX 970 is available in the low range cost bracket of graphics cards. How's the PSVR? I haven't been able to give it a try (no PS4).



I guess, I have love hate relationship with 3D Movies. I used to love my 50 inch Samsung Plasma (had the depth that a lot of TV's seem to miss). I upgraded to a 4k Samsung which has... meh 3D.. and visit my old TV at my sister's with envy.

PSVR is in many ways a better experience than my Vive as it has less of a "portal" effect and gets me immersed more quickly, much more comfortable too.. it also has the best VR game yet (RE 7) and I have yet to have a better experience than Headmaster.

On the flip side, the move controllers are a massive step down from the Vive (although they can work well with patience) and the lack of room scale (although I think room scale puts many off and often limits my Vive time as I have the move a few things around).

I really hope Farpoint manages to sell a lot more PSVR's

I've been a bit frightened to try Elite Dangerous (bought it on the last steam sale) as I fear it will take over my life!



SavageDonkey

I guess, I have love hate relationship with 3D Movies. I used to love my … I guess, I have love hate relationship with 3D Movies. I used to love my 50 inch Samsung Plasma (had the depth that a lot of TV's seem to miss). I upgraded to a 4k Samsung which has... meh 3D.. and visit my old TV at my sister's with envy.PSVR is in many ways a better experience than my Vive as it has less of a "portal" effect and gets me immersed more quickly, much more comfortable too.. it also has the best VR game yet (RE 7) and I have yet to have a better experience than Headmaster.On the flip side, the move controllers are a massive step down from the Vive (although they can work well with patience) and the lack of room scale (although I think room scale puts many off and often limits my Vive time as I have the move a few things around).I really hope Farpoint manages to sell a lot more PSVR'sI've been a bit frightened to try Elite Dangerous (bought it on the last steam sale) as I fear it will take over my life!



Haha, i'm totally anthropomorphising your abandoned TV. Mine's a samsung too. It's good in many ways. Nice and clean, and the 3D with active glasses is crisp, but yeah, not very depthy. Maybe it's a Samsung thing. Or maybe it's just certain sets or something.

Farpoint does look interesting. I'll have to try to convince my friend with a PS4 to get involved so I can give it and the PSVR a go! I did think about selling my Xbox, which gets no use at all, and getting all the kit, but it seemed like a big investment, and I was concerned about it being a walled garden. It would be fantastic if PS4 released something that let the PSVR work via some kind of PC run service - like Microsoft are doing with the Xbox brand. Would love to give Zero Dawn a go too. Wishful thinking though probably.

Elite Dangerous, at least the base game, never quite got me hooked like other MMO's (which I avoid for this reason) did. I really like it as a meditative experience, but the grind feels so ridiculous at certain levels, and the content so unvaried, that actually I don't feel compelled to work for it. It's a bit of a contradiction for me because I'd love it to be more involving, but as it is it's a fantastic game to just chill out with a beer in when you feel like it. So a mixed experience, but I reckon you're safe to dip foot in. You should definitely try the tutorials if you haven't already, they're good fun on their own!

Have you tried Subnautica? I can't recommend that game enough. (It's early access, but about to be complete). I mention it because that game actually scares me. Starts off just splashing around in beautiful tropical water. 5 hours later, and I'm spending most of my time in terrifying darkness glancing around furtively for reapers. It's great the way it slowly builds and uses atmosphere to encourage you to get the vehicles so that you can feel safe again!
I really don't get the hate with VR. It's really not that expensive, just to put it into comparison I just randomly picked the latest Iphone 7 with 128GB storage and it's £55 a month on a 24 month contract with EE right now. £1320 in total, that's more than double the cost of an Oculus and touch controllers. Yea sure the phone is new and about 10% better than the old one. One is a mobile almost exactly like your last one and the other is able to transport your body and mind to new worlds.

I cam home from work and floated around the International Space Station in what feels like zero gravity. Trying a VR headset for the first time is right up there with the first time started Mario 64, watching the special effects of Jurassic park as a kid or watching Avatar in 3D.

I have yet to meet anybody at the end of their 2 year phone contract that were happy with their device, you would never find a Oculus or Vive customer say the same about their VR headset.
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