After spending many hours in virtual reality, I believe the launch of the Oculus Rift is the start of a new era. The first time you put it on is the closest thing to real magic you’re likely to experience anytime soon. It’s true that VR has a lot of maturing to do, but this amazing headset is a front-row seat to watch gaming history being made. Its current lack of motion controllers means these enticing experiences are mostly “look, don’t touch,” but even though it can’t live up to its full potential quite yet, the ability to so easily immerse ourselves in a game world or other virtual environment is worth every penny.
Virtual reality check.
The Rift S adds inside-out tracking and some minor design improvements (alongside some unfortunate regressions) to produce a Head-Mounted Device (HMD) with an identity crisis
Until Oculus Touch hits retail, we won't know for certain everything the Rift is capable of, but as it stands it has a wide selection of good games, and benefits from being cheaper than competition and incredibly easy to set up.