I don’t know about you but finding games for the Oculus Quest on the Oculus Store is not exactly easy or intuitive.
For example, if I want to find all the sports games, there’s no easy way to do this. Neither can I filter by sitting games for my Grandfather who isn’t too steady on his feet nor sort by price to find the free or cheap games.
But that’s all changed now that I have discovered VR:RVW.
Their tool allows you to search, filter and sort games from the Oculus store based on a multitude of criteria, including:
- Release date
- Player modes
- Game modes
- Parental (PEGI) rating
- Comfort level
- Download size
The owners also plan to rate and write game reviews of each of the products to make choosing a game even easier.
I’ve been playing around with it since the end of last week and it has helped me to:
- Find the best rated horror titles
- Take a look at the latest releases
- Find some age appropriate arcade-style games for my 10-year old niece
- Find seated games for an elderly relative
It also runs a damn sight quicker than the Oculus Store and is easy to find what you’re looking for.
Now, it’s currently in Beta, which means it is still in development and they are eager for feedback about how the system can be made better. And the developers are very responsive, so if something doesn’t work as intended or you would like to see additional features, do contact them with your ideas.
It currently only shows official Oculus Quest games only, so no sidequest, app lab or PC:VR, but I think if there is enough interest then these will be added in future.