Since first appearing as a glorified proof of concept on Kickstarter, Oculus has traded heavily on its applications for gaming. Yet while we’ve seen plenty of impressive demos, we’ve yet to see much in the way of final viable product — in other words, what you’ll actually be playing on the Oculus Rift when it launches next spring.

That’s changing right now at the Oculus Connect 2 gathering. At long last, some spectacular new titles have been revealed, alongside VR ports of existing hit games and even some retro classics getting a surprising upgrade.

By: Matt Kamen,

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