Credit card issuers are now allowing people to use their Oculus Rift to buy virtual goods, including virtual items from Oculus itself.
The Oculus Rift was released last year and offers an unprecedented degree of immersion for the casual gamer.
It has an onboard computer, so you can download games for free, and it has an internal display that can display content.
But there are problems with how the Oculus handles graphics and video in games.
For example, a VR game can sometimes display graphics that don’t accurately reflect the real-world.
The game has to be turned off and re-enabled.
To solve these issues, Oculus has added support for an OpenGL ES 2.0 support, which can allow developers to render graphics for the Rift without the need for an external display.
This enables games to be played without needing to run at full speed.
While the Oculus is compatible with a number of popular games, including titles like The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and Minecraft, the games that have used OpenGL ES support have also seen some problems.
Games like Minecraft and Star Trek: Bridge Crew have suffered graphical issues.
Some have reported that the game is not playable, or that it does not support the latest DirectX 12 API.
Oculus has acknowledged that these issues are possible, but has not released an update to fix them.
The Oculus has been an important stepping stone in the development of VR.
With the Oculus, developers can make games that they can make for VR.
However, Oculus also supports games that do not require the Oculus to run, such as the popular AR titles like Minecraft.
But these games do not run smoothly in the Rift.
In fact, some games have been plagued with issues.
For example, Minecraft: Story Mode, which Oculus is currently working on, is plagued by issues with its rendering, which includes some graphical artifacts.
The company is currently testing a patch to fix this.
As games have become more popular, many developers have been focusing on making their games work with the Oculus.
The Oculus Rift is designed to work with games that require OpenGL ES.
For the most part, this has been a success.
Some games are running fine on the Rift, but others are not.
Oculus is aware of this and is working to improve the experience.