Daryle here. My time with VR Giant has come to an end. Actually, it came to an end a while ago. But fret not if you’re one of the few regulars who enjoyed my content here, I have only moved places. You can now find me at Dads And Dragons.com where I will still be reviewing virtual reality games among other things. My time with VR Giant, especially at the height of its popularity, was one of the most amazing periods of my life. After 20 years of looking forward to virtual reality I somehow wound up with a website where I got to write about it and managed to snag a satisfying chunk of audience. I was able to foster relationships with game developers, other folks in the VR media, people at Oculus and far more VR users than I likely ever would have without a website. This is where I feel like I should thank the people who made it possible. That would be you, the reader. I’ve had lots of blogs in my time that no one was reading. Having an audience makes it a totally different beast. A better beast. The kind of beast you can get excited about. When you hear people say they couldn’t have done it without you, turns out they actually mean it. Well, I do anyway. They might be lying to your face. There are others who I would like to thank, but they don’t much care for the spotlight so I will just say thank you and they will know who they are.
Google’s latest offering in the VR world has already been publicly announced and discussed by Google, but this was our first glimpse of the Daydream View, the first headset compatible with the Daydream VR platform. What don’t we know yet?
In addition to viewing your account and purchases through any browser on any device, you can also purchase Gear VR and Oculus Rift apps through oculus.com. Oculus recently started to list the entire store listing through their website’s…
Unimersiv announced that they will be adding a Titanic tour to their growing library of educational experiences within their Gear VR app. Details are still limited, but the team has already released some elaborate screenshots to pique our interest.
Not only did I find what I was looking for, I also found a listing for the game on Oculus’ website. My focus immediately shifted from Minecraft to the fact that I found listings for the entire Gear VR Store without my Samsung phone.
Spectacle is one of the latest Gear VR releases, from the developers at Cubicle Ninjas. Not only that, but Cubicle Ninjas Founder and CEO Josh Farkas previously took some time out of his insanely busy schedule to answer some questions for us. Before we jump into the interview, allow me to briefly explain Spectacle and why it’s more than just a simple app.
One of the latest sales on the Oculus Gear VR Store is Baskhead. You can grab it now at 25% off until April 15, 2016.
Hidden Temple VR Adventure is now on sale on the Oculus Store for Gear VR. You can grab it now at 33% off until April 20, 2016.
Want to have your name permanently engraved in a wall at the end of Neverout? Now you can.
The rules are simple.
There are two spots up for grabs.
Oculus has just announced the 30 launch titles for the Rift, available starting on March 28, 2016. The launch trailer has clips from each of the titles, and you’ll notice that a decent number of them are already available for the Gear VR.