While Oculus doesn’t offer much publicly in the way of understanding how well individual games & apps are performing across its Quest 2 storefront, it’s possible to glean some insight by looking at apps relative to each other. Here’s a snapshot of the 20 best rated Oculus Quest games and apps as of February 2023.

Some quick qualifications before we get to the data:

  • Paid and free apps are separated
  • Only apps with more than 100 reviews are represented
  • App Lab apps are not represented (see our latest Quest App Lab report)
  • Rounded ratings may appear to show ‘ties’ in ratings for some applications, but the ranked order remains correct

Best Rated Oculus Quest 2 Games & Apps – Paid

The rating of each application is an aggregate of user reviews and a useful way to understand the general reception of each title by customers.

Rank Name Rating (# of ratings) Rank Change Price
#1 The Room VR: A Dark Matter 4.89 (12,301) $30
#2 Moss: Book II 4.89 (524) $30
#3 Puzzling Places 4.88 (1,652) $15
#4 Walkabout Mini Golf 4.87 (9,610) $15
#5 I Expect You To Die 2 4.84 (2,637) $25
#6 DYSCHRONIA: Chronos Alternate 4.82 (359) $20
#7 Swarm 4.82 (2,258) $25
#8 COMPOUND 4.81 (382) ↑ 3 $20
#9 Vermillion 4.81 (628) ↓ 1 $20
#10 Moss 4.8 (6,370) $20
#11 I Expect You To Die 4.8 (5,147) ↓ 2 $25
#12 Red Matter 2 4.8 (1,046) ↑ 1 $30
#13 Cubism 4.8 (779) ↑ 1 $10
#14 Ragnarock 4.79 (1,185) ↑ 3 $25
#15 Ancient Dungeon 4.79 (784) ↑ 1 $20
#16 PatchWorld – Make Music Worlds 4.79 (149) ↑ 7 $30
#17 The Last Clockwinder 4.78 (615) ↓ 5 $25
#18 Pistol Whip 4.78 (9,308) ↑ 1 $30
#19 Into the Radius 4.78 (3,270) ↑ 1 $30
#20 YUKI 4.77 (212) ↓ 2 $20

Rank change & stats compared to January 2023

Dropouts:
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  • Among the 20 best rated Quest apps
    • Average rating (mean): 4.8 out of 5 (±0)
    • Average price (mean): $23 (±$0)
    • Most common price (mode): $30 (+$5)
  • Among all paid Quest apps
    • Average rating (mean): 4.2 out of 5 (±0)
    • Average price (mean): $20 (±$0)
    • Most common price (mode): $20 (±$0)

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  • Arno van Wingerde

    … en maar 1 nieuwkomer… dode markt? Ik ga steeds serieuzer naar de PSVR2+PS5 combo kijken!

    • ViRGiN

      PSVR2 is replacement of PCVR, not Quest. And it’s mostly ports of old games so..

      • LMAO

        Ignorant troll alert!

        • ViRGiN

          putin fanboy alert!

          • LMAO

            Ignorant troll alert!

      • Arno van Wingerde

        I see this more as 3 levels: –
        Quest2 standalone cheap, no cable, severely limited power.
        PS5*PSVR: mid-range, much stronger, say 2070/2080, cable, no upgrades.
        PCVR: in principle the highest power and upgrades possible, many games mods by enthusiasts rather than actual VR games. but also stuff like MSFS. Also good/wireless combo with Quest2 possible.

        I find I use my Quest in several places in the house and even in garden,depending on the game, whether it is seated or walking around which would not be possible with PSVR2 or PCVR.

        • Quest 2 – Either enjoy A LOT of games as a wireless vr headset OR enjoy almost every VR game ever created by connecting your Quest 2 with your computer, either with a cable or wireless.

          PSVR2 – Enjoy amazing clear graphics with a headset that tracks your eyes and sits unbelievable easy. Just don’t expect to enjoy it with a lot of games. Pistol Whip is fun, and I guess there is what? 2-3 more games? :P