Time for another entry of Something for the Weekend, the weekly series where VRFocus bring you a number of deals on virtual reality (VR) titles. As the cold winds are blowing this weekend why not stay inside and experience a new VR adventure. With plenty of deals to be found on the Oculus store, below you’re find a number of titles that are sure to be of interest. This includes intense multiplayer action in the likes of Onward, a relaxing experience in Monzo VR and even a fantasy adventure in Lila’s Tale. As always, be sure to check back every weekend for even more deals right here on VRFocus.
Engage in intense tactical multiplayer first-person shooter (FPS) action in this immersive title. Coordinate and communicate with your team to complete objectives in online infantry combat. How you perform as a team along with your marksmanship skill to claim victory over the enemy team. Featuring a range of different maps set during day and night, complete with unique weather effects, players will feel the rush of being in combat. With only one life, every action counts.
Onward is available now for £10.99 (GBP) down from the usual £18.99 for the Oculus Rift.
Dead Ground: Arena
Maybe you are looking to enter an arena full of horrible monsters and unleash massive amounts of damage from over twenty different types of weapons. If so, then Dead Ground: Arena is the one for you. With a number of different missions and challenges that will have your protecting VIP’s to surviving waves of enemies in small areas, this action packed title will keep your heart pumping as you feel the adrenaline rush.
Dead Ground : Arena is available now for only £7.14 (GBP) down from £10.99 for the Oculus Rift.
“Budget Cuts is a great title, with substantial story and meaty, challenging gameplay, and an entertaining style, but it does suffer from some significant performance problems that do detract from the experience. Budget Cuts could be elevated from good to utterly brilliant if it is given a little more time in the oven to bake in and correct the issues.” – Read VRFocus’ Staff Writer Rebecca Hills-Duty preview of Budget Cuts.
Budget Cuts is available now for £19.99 (GBP) down from £22.99 for Oculus Rift.
Have you wanted to build model kits within VR? If so, then Monzo VR is the title for you. Featuring a range of highly detailed model kits to build including cars, World War 2 planes and even a Da Vinci Paddle Boat, players can enjoy the peaceful process of building model kits all within a relaxing and beautiful environment.
Monzo VR is available now for £3.49 (GBP) down from £10.99 for Oculus Rift.
“In the end though it all comes down to how much time and enjoyment you’ll get out of Sairento VR and rest assured it’ll be plenty. If Mixed Realms hadn’t managed to nail down the movement system then Sairento VR could’ve been just another FPS with a myriad of options. Instead, Sairento VR is one of the best free flowing combat titles available for VR headsets, showcasing how far development of VR locomotion has come.” – Read VRFocus’ Senior Staff Writer review of Sairento VR.
Sairento VR is available now for £17.24 (GBP) down from £22.99 for Oculus Rift.
When Lila’s brother suddenly entered a mysterious dungeon, all things went from fun to trouble. Afraid of the dark, Lila took a deep breath and entered the darkness filled dungeon. Now, players enter this fantastic and magical experience and help Lila find her lost brother by overcoming the darkness and the puzzles that await within.
Please, Don’t Touch Anything
“Theoretically, you can see everything Please, Don’t Touch Anything has to offer in less than an hour and, at present, there’s little reason to return beyond that. However, the puzzle challenges get increasingly convoluted once you’ve broken everything once and found clues to what should (or could) be coming next. It’s still unlikely to take you more than an evening to find all 30 of Please, Don’t Touch Anything’s endings, but it’s a journey that will remain with you due to it’s constantly evolving nature and it’s return to 0 upon every completion.” – Read VRFocus’ Editor Kevin Joyce’s review of Please, Don’t Touch Anything.
Worlds At War
When the world is at war with aliens it is up to you to defend your carrier-group from a relentless attack. Control airplaces, helicopters and combat-boats as you unleash all your firepower to stop the onslaught. This action-packed horde-mode videogame will have you dealing with a lot of enemies at once so get ready for a challenging fight.
Worlds At War is available now for £7.99 (GBP) down from £12.99 for Oculus Rift.
Virtual Ninja VR
Pick up your Katana and Shuriken as you step into the shoes of a mighty ninja and must defeat the enemies that want to see you dead. Throw, slash and defeat the enemies to face each of the five bosses before taking them down and claiming victory. With online leaderboards your score will be up for everyone to see and beat. Want to be a master ninja? Then prepare to master the art of combat.
Virtual Ninja VR is on sale now for £4.49 (GBP) down from the usual £7.99 for Oculus Rift.
“All in all, Red Matter is a very high calibre VR experience, neatly weaving its story and puzzle elements together. It by no means perfect, following the line of other puzzles in VR that are seemingly unable to offer plenty of reasons to come back for more. So like a good meal take it slowly and savour the moment.” – VRFocus’ Senior Staff Writer Peter Graham’s review of Red Matter.
Red Matter is available now for £19.49 (GBP) down from £24.99 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.