Something For The Weekend: Pre-E3 Oculus Store Deals

Shoot monsters, solve puzzles, and run really fast on Oculus Rift, Oculus Go, and Gear VR

With the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2018 show almost here it is time for another entry of Something for the Weekend, where VRFocus brings you a number of deals on virtual reality (VR) titles. It is time to look at the Oculus store this weekend where there are a number of deals on titles that are ensure to be your next favourite. From intense gunfights to some puzzle solving titles, there is something for everyone this weekend. As always, be sure to check back every weekend for even more deals right here on VRFocus.

Archangel: Hellfire

Archangel: Hellfire

Looking for some action packed mech fights this weekend? Then look no further than Archangel: Hellfire. This multiplayer deathmatch title will drop you into intense, free-roaming matches where you control one of six building-sized mechs equipped with massive weapons of death. Fighting in an apocalyptic landscape, there is even a single player campaign to experience should you need a break from the online battles.

Archangel: Hellfire is available now for £14.99 (GBP) down from the usual £22.99 for Oculus Rift.

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Gunheart

Gunheart has a lot going for it, visually well designed with decent gunplay mechanics and enough content to keep most players happy for several hours. There are bugs and some optimisation issues – just having a better than min spec PC might work – yet the overall experience is still very enjoyable.” – Read VRFocus’ Senior Staff Writer Peter Graham’s review of Gunheart.

Gunheart is available now for Oculus Rift for £19.99 (GBP) down from £22.99.

Cube Puzzle

Cube Puzzle

Cube Puzzle is a VR first person puzzler game with classic controls and intuitive shape matching gameplay.
You need to control a group of cubes and rotate it to fit through a hole in the wall and each time you fit through a hole without clashing, more blocks will be added on your cluster. As you cluster gets bigger, you will need to hide the cubes by clicking Eye-Closing button to see the hole and determine what rotation to make. Stay as long as possible and unlock more levels, it’s time to go beyond yourself!”

Cube Puzzle is available now for on Oculus Go for £0.79 (GBP) down from £1.49.

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CLAZER

Experience the thrill of sport shooting in this title that transports players to authentic environments with realistic shotgun physics. Not only will you get to use a shotgun and learn the proper way to lead a target so you can accurately shoot them, but do so in an immersive experience. The title also features a competition leaderboard so player can go up against eachother to claim the top spot.

CLAZER is only £2.29 (GBP) down from £3.99 for Oculus Go.

Remnith

Remnith

Experience chaotic first-person shooter (FPS) action where enemy units will feed off the energy of ever shot that isn’t lodged directly into them. The more shots you miss the stronger your enemies will get. Every battle is a boss battle in this action packed title where enemies can grow and evolve, using different tactics as the battle progresses. With five difficult levels, twenty five arenas, and a number of enemies to fight. There is plenty of action to enjoy within Remnith.

Remnith is available now for £2.29 (GBP) down from £7.99 on Oculus Rift.

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Sprint Vector

“There’s very little to dislike in Sprint Vector. Sure there will be times when that competitive edge over takes you, getting annoyed when you fudge a jump but that’s to be expected. The single-player has enough to get you started with a few hours of gameplay, yet it’s the multiplayer that’ll have you coming back for more. Here’s hoping that Sprint Vector draws in enough of a crowd to sustain it, rather than becoming another multiplayer focused experience that gets forgotten about. Which would be a shame, because from where VRFocus is standing Sprint Vector is another hit for the studio.” – Read VRFocus’ Senior Staff Writer Peter Graham’s review of Sprint Vector.

Sprint Vector is available now for Oculus Rift for £14.99 (GBP) down from £22.99.

VormHoles

VormHoles

“Armed with a firework rocket launcher, you must defend your temples from hordes of snake like creatures. The snakes come from another dimension with one aim in mind, to destroy temples and harness the energy of your world. But these creatures have a weakness, fireworks!”

VormHoles is currently £0.79 (GBP) down from £1.49 for Gear VR.
Adventure Of Ice Cream

Adventure of Ice Cream

Welcome to the snowy ice-cream world. Can you shoot all the interactive obstacles to collect as many coins as possible including the super-power cards, which will unlock hidden power. With high scores to earn and a world wide leaderboard to climb, it is all about landing those shots in this title.

Adventure of Ice Cream is currently on sale for £0.79 (GBP) down from £1.49 for Gear VR.

SWAT Academy

SWAT Academy

SWAT Academy puts you to the test as you master the weapons and tactics needed to become the best of the best. Hone your skills in the intense combat training simulations, face off against waves of hostile targets, and survive the onslaught of the zombie horde.”

SWAT Academy is currently available for £3.99 (GBP) down from £5.99 for Gear VR.

A-Tech Cybernetic VR

A-Tech Cybernetic VR

In this story driven FPS, players can experience the action in a classic swam mode against an endless horde of enemies or in the story-driven campaign mode. Taking place in a futuristic biomedical company overrun by mutants, players will need to put their shooting and survival skills to the test. With real-life movements, players can interact with their surroundings and feel like a action hero in this immersive title.

A-Tech Cybernetic VR is available for only £12.99 (GBP) right now on sale from £18.99 for Oculus Rift.

That is all for this week but remember that VRFocus gathers all the best sales and deals every week, so check back next weekend at the same time to discover more.

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