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Oculus Rift (with touch controllers) £279 @ John Lewis (in store) (perhaps local only in Norwich)
14/07/2018Expires on 14/07/2018LocalLocalFound 2 h, 49 m agoFound 2 h, 49 m ago
Went into John Lewis to buy a TV and saw this cracking deal. A number still available in Norwich. There are a number of items available on clearance in Norwich. Their clearance sa… Read more
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The rift is better with washable VR Covers fitted anyway, you can also buy replacement face plates on Amazon.


If it is used, it's the equivalent to buying a used Simba mattress....and y'all have seen those suggestive adverts... i.e. these will have someones DNA on them....plus extras :S


Hot! (Unless you have an irrational fear of other people’s “face grease”)


I got mine from Leicester JL for £1 more and was "Grade C" but when I checked the box contents before buying it they near mint. The box was a bit battered but other than that it was fine. With JL they give you the 2 year warranty anyway too. There was no real signs of use and it appeared more like someone had issues setting it up (which I did initially as the sensor drivers were not automatically installing) They admitted to me that they don't set the price and that it's most likely just down to the damaged box (was just the sleeve) and it being a return. PS: It will be store specific and also mine did say "rebirbished" and not "used".


I have an i5 7600k and a 980ti so it's pretty good, but I wouldn't say a BEAST is necessary. Most games ask for a 970 and an i5 so a mid-high range PC will be good enough but I would imagine most people who look at the Oculus or Vive probably already have a good machine or plan on upgrading.

I Expect You To Die VR £7.99 @ Oculus Store
Found 16th JunFound 16th Jun
This is a really good VR game for the Oculus Rift. It's a bit like a James Bond spoof, full of puzzles. Absolute bargain at this price. Deal is live until 8am tomorrow.
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We all have a backlog, so, yup! I still have DoomVFR, Arktika, Wilson's Heart, Talos Principle and more.


Wait 7 months to save 4 quid, now that's frugality to the max :D


Ta, I'll wait till then, still got elite and doom (which I'm finding pretty hard!) for my VR needs


Yes mate you will need revive thats a free download and runs oculus games for the vive, revive runs with the steam vr panel or you can use vive port which has both my steam and oculus library's and will runs games with no special program.


If you have the patience to wait, it'll be much cheaper at Xmas. I picked it up for £3.99 during the last xmas sale.

Onward Free Weekend + 42% off £10.99 @ Oculus Store
Found 14th JunFound 14th Jun
Onward is currently free to play until 08:00 18/06 via Oculus store and down to £10.99 to purchase. Pretty fun Military Sim. Details - Onward is a Mil-Sim paced tactical multipl… Read more
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Agreed. Demoing is best. Really hoping LIV gets Oculus SDK support, or better yet, Oculus / Vive get official implementation to support mixed reality recordings. They definitely give a better indication of what it's like, but even then, like the difference between watching a footy match on ITV Vs being in the stadium


I don't think standard videos do any VR games justice TBH. Far too immersive for a video to reflect on a flat screen.


My wife said yes to a PC gamer, she knew what she was getting herself into haha. We have 2 living rooms, the key to all successful marriages (lol) But yes I can see how Elite Dangerous can engulf your life, so immersive in VR. Videos really don't do it justice. When you are sitting in your ship, it looks huge and the Galaxy is just there in front of you like a big black sea of intrigue. It's amazing.




I hope you've said a proper farewell to your wife and family. Actually most players do emerge after a couple of hundred hours playing - but only to order an upgraded graphics card.

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£75 Oculus Store Credit w/Purchase of Rift+Touch @ Oculus
Found 10th JunFound 10th Jun
Pretty great deal to get started with VR. Rift+Touch already comes with a number of free software/games, but an extra £75 of spending money lets you build a pretty nice starting l… Read more
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Fraid not man.


Is this deal still available? Can't see anything about £75 credit on the website so I assume it is not?


Done that! And tried to put my controller down on the table in front of me.


Any chance that argos will match this deal?


Go into your local game.. you can rent one for a fiver for half hour.. they had a good selection of games/experiences to try as well

Oculus Hot Weekend Sale Superhot VR for £13.29 and more
Found 26th MayFound 26th May
Hot weekend deals at Oculus Store. Link is for Superhot VR for £13.29 see below for a few I though worth mentioning but there is quite a few on sale. Star Trek Bridge Crew £29.99… Read more
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Any one interested in buying new oculus go 32gb


Superhot works so well in VR, not too demanding graphically, makes great use of tracking for those matrix moments when you are dodging a bullet and can be consumed in small chunks...


superhot is amazing in VR


Do it now.... try beat saber....


Similar situation for me. VR pulled me back in. Been a massive shooter fan and Pavlov VR has got me gripped ATM. I can highly recommend that if you don't already own it. I'm sure it's only £7. Plenty of user generated maps and people have recreated maps from Halo and CoD etc. It feels incredible shooting people in a map you have already spent hours in years ago!

Arizona Sunshine for £15.99 @ Oculus Store
Found 25th MayFound 25th May
Arizona Sunshine is currently down to £15.99 via Oculus Store for the Rift. Details below - *Dead Man DLC Now Available as IAP **Now includes Free Two-Handed Update VR meets … Read more
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I did wonder if there was a good reason to buy it on Oculus store but grabbed it from Steam with cdkeys code. Oh well from what I gather now it works fine just need to set default audio device to rift. Live and learn. :)


Good price. Personally I'd rather pay the extra couple quid to play through Oculus but that's just me.


Steam version is currently £12.37 @ GMG with code: BOTR25. (Though it was £10.80 fairly recently). Worth noting that version doesn't use the Oculus SDK. Apparently they have separate multiplayer servers though you can crossplay with a friend using their IP address.


This is a lot of fun. Heat added.


Great game. Heat.

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Reality Decks (virtual dj) £4.49 @ oculus
Found 15th MayFound 15th May
Appreciate Not for everybody but looks so much fun. Would be great when you've got a few mates round and show off some VR DJ skills. Experience the dawn of a new era in music t… Read more
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Could be fun, DJ'ING live on twitch or YouTube 😃 besides I got £4.99 left from that oculus balls up a while back.


Yeah I'm kinda tempted. Imagine it being quiet fun to tinker with :D


Bought this earlier, can't wait to try it. The developer seems fairly active and is still adding new features.

Tilt Brush (VR) - £3.99 @ Oculus Store
Found 12th MayFound 12th May
Tilt Brush is currently on sale for £3.99 on the Oculus store, great opportunity to try painting a masterpiece with the Touch controllers. Expires 8:00am Sunday. Read more
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I have a GearVR for what it is, very impressive. However once you move to the next level such as an Oculus and you have hand interaction in the environment it really feels good.


No, this is room scale and you paint with your hands via the controllers.


Unreal that mate. Honestly problem is with VR is people watch stuff like that and because they see head movement they think that's it's like in 2D. But when the headset is on and you're within that environment with proper depth perception there's nothing better. I've had people who have tried psvr and gearVR who said it's terrible. I fired up robo recall and they are then interested In how much everything costs. Superhot VR is another example on what sets people off. I've had some many people saying VR is bad but when I put them in the game their opinion changes very quickly :D


Actually this is really what can be done with this software if you have some talent >


Would this app work with the gear VR?

Oculus Go - 64GB VR Headset £236.69 Delivered @ Amazon.com
Found 3rd MayFound 3rd May
Oculus Go 64Gb delivered from Amazon.com for £236.69 including (£39.45 import Duty & Shipping). Or you can get it for Approx. £228 using a fee free card.
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Anybody knows any place we can try and/or buy that in UK? I want it mainly for movies. For people that had tried Kodi/Netflix, how it is compared to a good 4K screen? Does it give the feeling of cinema?


3DoF may well be enough for those that only want enough immersion for VR Media playback. Theatre-mode 60 fps PC Gaming and YouTube (via Bigscreen VR) is planned for this headset.


The Lenovo Mirage Solo has just been launched at 400USD. At twice the price of the Oculus Go (in the US at least) it seems like a hard sell but includes one feature that makes VR much more immersive. That feature is 6 degrees of freedom (6DoF). The Lenovo Mirage Solo has the ability to track your head in the world around it. Meaning your head movements such as ducking or leaning can be applied to whatever is going on in the headset. Think of ducking a punch in a boxing game for instance or peeking round a corner or over a ledge in a shooter or stealth game. Headsets like the Oculus Go, Gear VR and traditional Daydream cannot do this. They only offer 3 degrees of freedom which is the rotational axis. So turning your head around and up and down to look at things. Which is great. But the other is much, much more immersive. The Lenovo headset uses the Daydream platform (but requires no phone) instead of Oculus. There is also the Vive standalone offering coming sometime this year and Oculus is expected to release another standalone headset next year that has 6DoF. These seem like a good price-performance balance vs the current high end hardware that offers more in terms of visuals and immersiveness but costs more and needs extras like a PC to function and leaves you surrounded by wires. (The Oculus Rift and HTC Vive offer 6DoF of course.) I own a Samsung phone and Gear VR so I wouldn't buy the Oculus, but the Lenovo is tempting. It looks like a true Rift/Vive light product. At least until each company releases their own wire free 6DoF unit. We're getting much closer to the VR dream. Honestly I will probably keep saving and buy the next gen of the high end Vive or Rift (or perhaps the gen after that, at which point I'll probably need a new Pc so maybe the gen after that once i've saved up...), but I wouldn't have even considered it without the Gear VR. But if I wanted to try VR and was thinking of buying a standalone headset, I would skip this one and go for one of the newer 6DoF headsets.


Based purely on reading around the topic generally, and this headset specifically; the experience depends on the kind of image quality you are used to. Some people love the current level of video quality, and there are multiple features designed to make the experience as comfortable as possible. The software will continue to evolve; improvements are possible in the future. There is a lot of flexibility on this platform, between different video players and tweaks. I hope to get a headset soon, and expect the video quality to be better than what I am familiar with.


How many of you have watched whole films in VR? I'd be tempted to get a device like this to replace my bedroom telly basically and watch films 'on a cinema screen' but not if there are big issues or it's not actually comfortable.

Oculus Go - 32GB VR Headset £199 delivered @ oculus.com
Found 2nd MayFound 2nd May
Easily enter virtual reality with no PC or wires attached.1 Oculus Go is a standalone VR headset made to fit you. Designed with breathable fabrics, adjustable straps and our best l… Read more

I did not like my experience with oculus support. I reported a problem with my rift and they asked me to send it back to them after exchanging emails for couple of weeks. They wrote to me that once they get my rift back they will immediately send me refurbished unit and investigate mine rift. Refurbished? Shock !!!! Horrror !!!! I asked them whether they could just repair mine or give me a new one as mine rift was 4 months old so I did not like idea if refurbished unit as mine was in immaculate condition and I have heard that some people got refurbished unit with scratches or they developed other problem after short time. Unit should be repaired or they should send you a new one. I hope that you will have better experience with support.


Well, they got back to me. They've asked for an address, though they surely already have those details... and also photos of the serial numbers on the device and the box it came in. I just hope the replacement has no issues, because this is a pain in the a...


Hopefully persistently contacting support will get you a replacement. There are some DIY solutions for fixing 'stuck' pixels, but I'm sure you know the difference.


I wish I had waited for Amazon to have stock. Mine arrived with two dead pixels, the support is terrible. Sent them a picture, and have only received replies thanking me for my ''continued patience'' as they ''continue to investigate''. Would have had a returns label same day, and a replacement the day after, from Amazon. Plenty of others have dead pixels judging from the forums and Reddit.


The same guy that did the review above, has also demonstrated a mod that improves weight-distribution and gives you high quality audio: Not the cheapest of options, but it's good to have such choice. Especially for those that do find the headset uncomfortable after extended use.

Pinball FX2 VR £3.49 @ oculus
Found 26th AprFound 26th Apr
Experience digital pinball as never before in Pinball FX2 VR, a groundbreaking new pinball game from the digital pinball pioneers at Zen Studios! Pinball FX2 VR features advanced p… Read more
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Maybe they do but pinball FX2 isn't one of them :( I compared the 2 side by side and the oculus store one runs better on my rig at least. Battlezone & Arizona Sunshine are other examples of games which use steamvr on the rift on the steam one. I wish steam store was more open about whether a game fully supports the rift or uses the steamvr wrapper


Great spot - would have missed this.


I've never liked pinball on PC or consoles but i thought i'd give this a try at this price. Wow this is better than the real thing.


Sometimes the Steam versions don't use the Oculus SDK, even when they do you may have to add a command line or launch parameter. Depending on your hardware the extra performance overhead can be noticeable.


Just to clarify, the DLC tables are available on the Oculus version but I don't think they are ever discounted. The table are not cross-platform so it's just something to be aware of when choosing where to buy the base game. For reference, earlier this month the Steam versions were reduced to: Base Game - £4.39 Season 1 - £9.49 The Walking Dead - £2.39

Drunken Bar fight £4.99 @ oculus
Found 23rd AprFound 23rd Apr
It is probably time to stop drinking. Lately it has only gotten you in trouble. It was fun at first but now it only seems to cause conflict. One leads to ten which leads to stitche… Read more
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It's been one of the VR games I regularly go back to. It's a pretty good workout and although there's little variation and no depth - It's still fun.


Or spice :/


Probably stoned out of his mind. ;)


I have tried the latter, rather than a fight, it almost ended up as a Cuckold type scenario :S


You can get a realistic experiance, all you have to do is go into a bar, take a sip out of someone's drink alternatively you can go up to someone's wife and ask her for the succy succy long time

Skyrim VR [PC/Steam] - £28.89 @ Razer Game Store
Found 23rd AprFound 23rd Apr
Should it have been released as DLC? Perhaps, but for now this is the lowest price around for Skyrim VR on PC. Activates on Steam and currently rated as very positive. Apply cod… Read more

They work but not great, the default setting are just terrible, trying to aim the bow makes it feel and act like a kango hammer is straped to it. lol


Played through skyrim twice before I bought the VR version for 40 quid and it was worth every penny. You'll spend most of your time modding but it's in a different league. 🔥


One can indeed, the Touch controllers work in-game with no workarounds required. (it even works on the DK2 though you're limited to a control pad and head aiming).


Can one play on oculus rift? Best way to?


Not played skyrim (although I have the game on steam from somewhere, not got round to installing it). How does it compare to say, witcher 3? Fancy another VR game to get in to after star trek and doom, was going to be this or fall out 4, which I haven't played either

DIRT Rally £5.99 & EVE: Valkyrie – Warzone £5.99 @ oculus
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
DiRT Rally is the most authentic and thrilling rally game ever made. It perfectly captures the white-knuckle feeling of racing on the edge as you hurtle along dangerous roads, know… Read more
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Can anyone install games - I keep getting errors


I'm partnered up with hurk and his mam. Lethal them two but if it's missions you need to save something ie. A helicopter, you've had it. I've had to get rid of them both on some missions. Far cry 5 is going down legendary for me along with creed origins. Ubisoft has come out of nowhere to become my favourite devs/Publishers. I don't even mind Uplay :D


I am currently addicted to Far Cry 5 and in love with Boomer. I want a Boomer game now.


Nice one, thanks for that


Get that rift back out of that box! 8) There's been some amazing games released over the last year. Mines been tied up for a few weeks mind, due to creed origins and far cry 5, but can't wait to get stuck back in :D

Oculus 2nd Anniversary Sale - 30% to 80% off most titles
Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
Hi All, Might be a good time for Rift users to stock up on a few titles: Almost all titles with 30 to 80% off. Will be some good offers on Daily Deals too. Hope this helps
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I actually haven't, I didn't think it was possible?


Do we know when the store sales will end?


Anywhere doing the £50 credit with any discount on the £399 price? eg Currys have 5% quidco but no mention of this deal


Have you actually tried using it? Apart from the onscreen warning it ran fine on my old GTX760.....


I'd try and get a cheap 970 to set up your rift, they are sometimes £130 You should contact Facebook about when the offer expires to claim your games.

Thumper £5.99 (Part of the 2nd Anniversary sale) @ oculus
Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
Thumper is rhythm violence: classic rhythm-action, blistering speed, and brutal physicality. You are a space beetle. Brave the hellish void and confront a maniacal giant head from … Read more
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This is fantastic. Well worth 6quid.


I spent a couple of hours playing this at EGX a couple of years ago. I couldn't put it down until I finished it. It was on a 14" monitor and I thought it was brilliant then. In VR it must be amazing.


It's a strange game this, although excellent. I really enjoyed it.


Oh, I'm getting this. Thanks. Must admit, since getting my rift a few weeks ago, I've bought more games than I've played.... Thank you preschool son and 5 week old baby

Star Trek: Bridge Crew (PC with or without WMR, an Oculus or Vive) @Steam-£15.99
Found 25th MarFound 25th Mar
It is Star Trek! One of the first only VR games available, albeit with a limited content, but now with added non VR patch there is more audience. Use your imagination.
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Seemed they had grand ambitions but just like CCP are now dumping. They've removed the IBM Watson voice support now, no updates etc ..


You can play this on your Tod, but it's really, really dull


Do you need mates to play this or can those lacking social skills play with the AI ?


No, you should wear a cycle helmet and safety specs in case of Klingons :S


Can I play this just on my PC without a helmet?

The Climb and Job Simulator for less than The Climb on its own - £21.99 @ Oculus Store
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
The Climb and Job Simulator on the Oculus store in a duo bundle for £21.99, if you buy them seperately then The Climb on its own, with its new reduced price, is £29.99, and Job Sim… Read more
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Didn't know about their bundles. They're doing Superhot VR (£18.99) with Arizona Sunshine (£29.99) for £21.99 I highly recommend Superhot VR (once you get past the stupid shoot yourself bit)


Yep completely agree. I knew the risks. I only really wanted the climb so had checked revive for its compatibility before buying. My only complaint was the level of customer service from Oculus. I guess I've been spoilt with Amazon customer service and steam offering refunds if you play less than 2 hours.


Didn’t you try to use ReVive or whatever the software is to use Oculus stuff on other headsets?? At the end of the day you can’t complain about compatibility for a headset the oculus software should not support. I own the Rift and I knew the risks about buying LA Noire but I still bought it and it didn’t work well, I was disappointed but I knew the risks. Oh well...


I bought this to go with the Samsung Odyssey. I wanted the Climb so Job simulator was a bonus. The climb I enjoy, it looks nice and works well with the Samsung Odyssey. Job Simulator doesn't work. It forces you to have an Oculus Rift plugged in. I contacted Oculus and they simply told me in there T&Cs that they do not allow refunds on bundles. Worth noting this as it's put me right off using them if I can get away with it. The Climb is an Oculus exclusive so I had no choice but now knowing how un-helpful they would be I dont know I'd I'd risk it again. NOTE.... my comments are based on using a non Oculus headset however they didn't know this.


I've got the £11 compensation payment for my Rift account at work. Any recommendations that I can get for £11?

BlazeRush VR £2.29 @ oculus store
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
Love this game. Old school top Down racer in VR. The VR in this is one of the best I've seen to date. Meet the new free add-on exclusive for Oculus Store - American football … Read more
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This is a great game - works on Vive with Revive no bother. https://github.com/LibreVR/Revive/wiki/Compatibility-list


Thanks OP, added to collection.


Cool thanks for the info would have been nice to get both in one package but mainly want to try out the vr


To my knowledge the steam version is 2d only. So pretty much. If you own it from previous to oculus store releasing the dev did at one point give keys out for oculus store.


is vr exclusive to oculus then?

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