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 # of ratings (rating) Price
Beat Saber 14,783 (4.82) $30
Robo Recall 11,258 (4.68) $30
Vader Immortal: Episode I 5,465 (4.54) $10
Lone Echo 4,602 (4.71) $40
SUPERHOT VR FIVVVEEE 3,525 (4.61) $25
Lucky’s Tale 3,111 (4.38) $15
Asgard’s Wrath 3,074 (4.53) $40
Arizona Sunshine 3,058 (4.26) $40
Elite Dangerous: Commander Deluxe Edition 2,497 (4.56) $60
The Climb TENNNN 2,431 (4.28) $30
Dead and Buried 2,388 (4.27) $20
Stormland 1,800 (4.51) $40
EVE: Valkyrie – Warzone 1,640 (3.83) $30
Vader Immortal: Episode II 1,571 (4.25) $10
Job Simulator FIFTEEEENN 1,386 (4.53) $20
Chronos 1,280 (4.39) $40
I Expect You To Die 1,222 (4.68) $25
Edge of Nowhere 1,201 (4.44) $20
BOXVR 1,155 (4.33) $30
Vader Immortal: Episode III 1,057 (4.38) $10

Placements Compared to November 2019

Survivors
Beat Saber (≡), Robo Recall (≡), Vader Immortal: Episode I (≡), Lone Echo (≡), SUPERHOT VR (↑1), Lucky’s Tale (↓1), Arizona Sunshine (↓1), Elite Dangerous: Commander Deluxe Edition (↓1), Dead and Buried  (↓2), The Climb (≡), EVE: Valkyrie – Warzone (↓2), Asgard’s Wrath (↑5), Chronos  (↓3), Edge of Nowhere (↓4), I Expect You To Die (↓2), Vader Immortal: Episode II (↑2), Job Simulator (↑2), BOXVR (↓1),

Newcomers
Stormland, Vader Immortal: Episode III

Dropouts
The Unspoken, MARVEL Powers United VR

Stats Compared to November 2019

  • Among the 20 most rated Rift apps
    • Median number of ratings: 2,410 (+574)
    • Average price (mean): $28 (−$1)
    • Most common price (mode): $30, $40
  • Among all paid Rift apps
    • Median number of ratings: 277 (+16)
    • Average price (mean): $22 (−$1)
    • Most common price (mode): $20 (±$0)

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  • TechPassion

    Again…. Rift….Rift…Rift…. F this Rift for God’s sake! Odyssey+ is better and for 50% price of this crap. Sponsored article annoys me!

    • Mei Ling

      You sound a bit like sponsoring yourself.

      :)

      • TechPassion

        Knock yourself in your head. Rift S is crap, that’s a fact. They constantly promote this device, while there are better devices, for smaller cash.
        I would never buy VR headset without headphones built-in, low resolution LCD with screen-door effect. Those who buy Rift S are lazy to even read about it first.

        • Mei Ling

          I think pulling the Samsung Odyssey out of that magical hat of yours right after deploring the existence of the Rift S is sort of questionable to say to the least.

          See what I did here?

        • It’s hard to buy a VR headset (Samsung Odyssey) which is not distributed in Europe. I’ve directly asked Samsung UK, they simply said it was not part of their European stock range.

          This leaves an interested purchaser using a private important company, with no warranty or support. Not a situation many would be comfortable with, myself included. I’ve had to raise RMA’s for Rift CV1, Vive, Lenovo Explorer and Valve Index, so support is crucial!

          I’m not interested in the Rift S, but its actually available for sale here in Europe, with warranty of 2 years.

          I actually got to try the Odyssey at the start of the year, a good experience and surprisingly comfortable. Over to you, Samsung…. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/57b6130ea2374c24ece8a09de0dd94f67a5ed867e0a3bc416b7b789503644bb4.jpg

        • You are A. So wrong and B. Really being a dick about it. Tech may be your passion, but your passion is a bit …. inflamed. They make a salve for that.

    • benz145

      This isn’t a sponsored article, we don’t ever do sponsored articles. This article isn’t about Rift, it’s about games on the Rift store and how they’re performing. Do you really need to come into the comments on this article and talk about why you like one headset over another?

    • MadridiCooL

      in VR HMD Market, you never get the perfect package, Samsung Odyssey+ got Real VR experience visuals compared to the Rift S, I like the Rifts Controller.

    • Grateful Fred

      50%? Behave, it’s as expensive, if not more expensive, as the Rift S. The controllers are crap. Tracking is not as good as the Rift S. Too much light bleed and a real pain trying to reduce it. Only one headband adjuster so it’s difficult to get it to sit properly on people’s head. With so many different head shapes and sizes you need more adjustment options. FOV smaller than the Rift S. Cheap and lightweight, not what you’d expect from a $500 device. OK if you sit at a desk, not so good if you play a game standing up. All these points I found with a five minute look at Amazon reviews for it. Get a clue fella and drop the bitterness.

    • Calm down. There is NO WAY IN HELL I’m putting down my Rift S for a P.O.S. Windows MR headset. It’s not sponsored, they’re just reviewing the BEST GEAR and ecosystem.

  • Pablo C

    Funny to see that the quality and gameplay of the best Rift games are not even close to Alyx.

    • Sky Castle

      Speak for yourself. Asgard’s Wrath is far better imo.

      • Pablo C

        I speak for most

        • Clownworld14

          Alyx is breaking new grounds and the others will eventually catch up. When a new milestone is reached, it takes a couple years for the others to catch up.

          • Sky Castle

            Not sure what new grounds it broke. Played just like any other single player game I’ve ever played…

        • Sky Castle

          No you don’t.

          • Pablo C

            Most reviewers consider Alyx much better than Asgard, and this is not considering the fact that Asgard is oculus-exclusive, hence, evaluated only by half of the players.