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These are some of the weirdest titles you can play in VR

We've compiled our favorite virtual reality experiences, each unique in their weird, wacky, and wonderful ways!

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The 10 Best Horror Games for VR

You either love them or hate them, but one thing has become apparent: horror games in VR are an entirely new experience. We’ve rounded up the best VR horror games available right now that let you get real scared.

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How to get the best deal when selling your VR headset

Whether you’re ready to upgrade to a bigger and better VR headset, want to downsize for awhile until new technology comes out, or think VR just isn’t quite right for you, here is how to sell your VR headset!

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How to watch Netflix on Google Cardboard

We've got the details on how to watch Netflix in VR using Google Cardboard.

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Supercharging Google Cardboard with VRidge

There are hundreds of Google Cardboard apps in the Play Store, but if you're looking to try something just a little more interesting there's a PC app to check out.

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SteamVR through Google Cardboard is weird and kinda great!

You can stream SteamVR games to Google Cardboard, and that's just the start of where things get fun.

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RevolVR is a huge next step in smartphone-based VR!!

We take a look of a new VR accessory that lets you shoot like never before on Google Cardboard!

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How VR lets you travel around the world without leaving your house

Travel in VR is already a lot of fun, but it’s going to be seriously great. We can’t wait to see where it takes us, but for now here are the best apps you can use to travel around the world without leaving your living room.

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How to assemble Google Cardboard V2

So you’re interested in checking out what VR has to offer, but don’t have hundreds of dollars to blow on an HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, or even a Samsung Gear VR. No problem, thanks to Google Cardboard.

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Homido's V2 headset is a huge upgrade over the original!

Homido has a big upgrade to their Google Cardboard-esque headset, and walked away more than a little impressed.

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