Most Rated Paid Oculus Quest Apps

The number of ratings often gives a ballpark idea of the relative sales of each title; a title with more ratings is likely to have sold better than a title with less, though there’s certainly an unknown margin of error.

Name Number of Ratings (rating) Price
Beat Saber 23,310 (4.68) $30
Vader Immortal: Episode I 8,520 (4.53) $10
SUPERHOT VR 7,650 (4.78) $25
Pistol Whip 4,245 (4.77) $25
Job Simulator 4,185 (4.74) $20
Vader Immortal: Episode II 3,164 (4.17) $10
Arizona Sunshine 3,147 (4.32) $40
Vader Immortal: Episode III 3,082 (4.60) $10
Moss 3,008 (4.84) $30
The Thrill of the Fight 2,883 (4.83) $10
Robo Recall: Unplugged 2,616 (4.54) $30
Gun Club VR 2,551 (4.49) $20
The Room VR: A Dark Matter 2,222 (4.89) $30
I Expect You To Die 2,094 (4.81) $25
Space Pirate Trainer 2,067 (4.70) $15
Red Matter 1,975 (4.69) $25
Drop Dead: Dual Strike Edition 1,915 (4.37) $15
BOXVR 1,820 (4.22) $30
Espire 1: VR Operative 1,779 (4.21) $30

Placements Compared to November 2019

Beat Saber (≡), Vader Immortal: Episode I (≡), SUPERHOT VR (≡), Pistol Whip (↑15), Job Simulator (↑3), Vader Immortal: Episode II (↓2), Moss (↓2), Thrill of the Fight (≡), Robo Recall: Unplugged (↓6), Gun Club VR (↓3), I Expect You to Die (↑2), Space Pirate Trainer (↓4), Red Matter (↓4), Drop Dead: Dual Strike Edition (↓12), BOXVR (↓2)

Arizona Sunshine, Vader Immortal: Episode III, The Room VR: A Dark Matter, Espire 1: VR Operative

Sairento VR: Untethered, Racket Fury: Table Tennis VR, Racket: Nx, Richie’s Plank Experience, Virtual Desktop

Stats Compared to November 2019

  • Among the 20 most rated Quest apps
    • Median number of ratings: 2,883 (+2,105)
    • Average price (mean): $23 (+$2)
    • Most common price (mode): $30 (+$10)
  • Among all paid Quest apps
    • Median number of ratings: 518 (+225)
    • Average price (mean): $20 (+$1)
    • Most common price (mode): $20 (±$0)

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  • mfx

    I remember the comments about the room saying: they are stupid to release it the same day as Alyx, Nobody is gonna care… Today it’s the best rated and obviously lots of ratings.

    Nice to see the great Moss still at the top.

    • ComfyWolf

      Unless someone is using Link then Alyx isn’t even available on the Quest, I’m sure sales were somewhat affected by Alyx but not very significantly. Plus there aren’t a ton of games on the Quest, so a good one is going to stand out regardless of what else releases on the same day.

    • Andrew Jakobs

      Then again, top rated doesn’t mean best selling..

  • Ron

    Just an FYI in case anyone’s looking…Rift S back in stock at Oculus for a moment

  • dbg

    Most games on Quest are $30 and for the most part they’re casual games and the novelty wears off fast. Too expensive compared to a PS4 pr XBOX games, even at double the price when first released, but if you wait a few months you can get it form half the price.

  • Kris Bunch

    Does anyone else find rating scores for Quest games over inflated? It would also be nice to see how long someone has played the game before rating it, like Steam.

  • MosBen

    A buddy of mine’s brother was part of the very small team that made Moss, and I’m always excited to see it doing well.

  • Pablo C

    I thought the Quest was going to really hit it with new great games, but after all, it ended holding single experiences that wear fast. On the oposite side, I though PC VR was going to be displaced by mobile VR, but on contraire, this year we got Alyx, Asgard, Stormlands, Saints and sinners, all top of the notch PC VR games. Plus, great ports, like NMS.