Most Rated Paid Oculus Rift 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) Rank Change* Price
Beat Saber 14,809 (4.82) $30
Robo Recall 11,271 (4.68) $30
Vader Immortal: Episode I 5,474 (4.55) $10
Lone Echo 4,620 (4.71) $40
SUPERHOT VR 3,537 (4.61) $25
Lucky’s Tale 3,113 (4.38) $15
Asgard’s Wrath 3,089 (4.53) $40
Arizona Sunshine® 3,069 (4.26) $40
Blade & Sorcery 2,697 (4.52) New $20
Elite Dangerous: Commander Deluxe Edition 2,500 (4.55) ↓ 1 $60
The Climb 2,439 (4.28) ↓ 1 $30
Dead and Buried 2,388 (4.27) ↓ 1 $20
SKYBOX VR Video Player 2,317 (4.42) New $15
Oculus Medium 1,904 (4.26) New $30
Onward 1,821 (4.2) New $25
Stormland 1,807 (4.51) ↓ 4 $40
Virtual Desktop 1,672 (3.95) New $14
EVE: Valkyrie – Warzone 1,641 (3.83) ↓ 5 $30
Vader Immortal: Episode II 1,574 (4.28) ↓ 5 $10
Job Simulator 1,389 (4.53) ↓ 5 $20

Rank Change & Stats Compared to July 2020

Chronos, I Expect You To Die, Edge of Nowhere, BOXVR, Vader Immortal: Episode III

* Early Access apps are now included in our data which means some changes in ranking may be due to a technicality rather than a large change in rating

  • Among the 20 most rated Rift apps
    • Median number of ratings: 2,470 (+60)
    • Average price (mean): $27 (−$1)
    • Most common price (mode): $30
  • Among all paid Rift apps
    • Median number of ratings: 254 (−24)
    • Average price (mean): $20 (−$2)
    • Most common price (mode): $20 (±$0)

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  • Graham J ⭐️

    Interesting to see what games people will be leaving behind or running with Revive instead (assuming this gets around the problem) due to the new Facebook login requirement.

    • Jaap Olsthoorn

      So true, I just added a bunch of these games to my wishlist, but you can bet that it’s my steam wishlist and not my oculus one, even though Oculus store is a much nicer experience.

  • These are almost all very old games (in terms of VR timespan), hard to know if they’re (still) popular because they’re actually good, or they’re popular because they keep appearing on lists like this. I feel like these kinds of lists need a term limit, so newer titles have a chance to get popular.

    • Data

      100% agree
      I am (I was ?) a VR Dev. Stop working since lockdown in March.
      Get back to it just to discover the same old things over and over again.
      It does not take off!