Oculus VR announces Oculus Share beta, a platform for finding new games for the Oculus Rift

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By on August 26, 2013 at 10:50 am

If you’ve got an Oculus Rift and are wondering what games to play, Oculus VR has the answer. Well, it has a heap of answers really, as just last week it announced its new discovery platform for Oculus Rift-compatible games – Oculus Share – is now in beta.

Oculus Share lets you discover new games with built in Oculus Rift support, like the newly Rift compatible AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! for the Awesome or the ever-popular iRacing. You can also rate games based on the comfort of their VR experience and quality, helping them to make the game better.

As its currently in beta and very new, Oculus Share is fairly limited at the moment, but as time progresses Oculus VR is hoping to develop it into a full fledged market platform for games with Oculus Rift support. You can check out Share via the official site, but if you go about playing AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! with your Rift don’t blame me when you end up in the foetal position, crying and vomiting.

Source: Oculus VR Blog

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AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! Rift edition sounds like a great idea! Right up there with Face Fish Slapping Simulator 2013 with Rift support.

 
charliebrownau

War Thunder and Star Citizen support the OR device

 
Slashee the Cow

if you go about playing AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! with your Rift don’t blame me when you end up in the foetal position, crying and vomiting

No such results, I’m afraid to report. Just brains splattered over the back wall as my mind was blown.

 
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