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    Oculus Rift gains ground in the wake of its Summer Sale

    Increased market share by over 8 per cent this month according to the Steam hardware survey.
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    Re: Oculus Rift gains ground in the wake of its Summer Sale

    it's a random survey and should be treated with a pinch of salt. A few months ago it showed Windows 7 up 5%, the next it showed it down 10%.

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    Re: Oculus Rift gains ground in the wake of its Summer Sale

    That's just on Steam. A number of Rift users don't even realise they can use SteamVR and only use the Oculus client.

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    Re: Oculus Rift gains ground in the wake of its Summer Sale

    The new MR headsets look great for putting bunny ears on your cat (if thats your thing) but with restricted controller tracking they are not so good for games. Stick with the Rift and Vive for the full VR experience.

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    Re: Oculus Rift gains ground in the wake of its Summer Sale

    I was tempted with the RIFT since you could've got it for under £340 at Currys at one point, but I figured that I'd still prefer to wait until it's a little more refined and I imagine most of the games aren't as deep so far.

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    Re: Oculus Rift gains ground in the wake of its Summer Sale

    it's very coooool,i like it very much.

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