Feral Rites is a single-player adventure game about a jungle society that erupts in violence and chaos after the murder of its Chieftain (who happens to be the main character's father). After growing up in a foreign land, players return to the island to seek vengeance through brutality, at times transforming into a vicious animal to complete story missions and side quests. Players can choose to be a male or female character, and it's not just for show -- each gender has unique combat abilities. Feral Rites uses a gamepad only (no Oculus Touch controls) and is due to hit the Rift in the fall.
The Unspoken is a first-person experience for one to two players, set in a hidden world of magic. It's basically Fight Club crossed with the Harry Potter game Wonderbook: Book of Spells, featuring more than 25 spells to learn and deploy on other players in one-on-one battles. The Unspoken uses Oculus Touch controls, meaning players move their hands and arms to make magic in a handful of unique city settings. For example, players can transform a pile of garbage into a giant Debris Golem that helps them fight, or use a marker to draw an impenetrable shield. The Unspoken will hit the Oculus Store this holiday season.