Want to check out Oculus Rift VR demos? Head to your nearest Microsoft Store

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Virtual Reality is everything these days, and if you’re not fortunate enough to own a VR-capable device for yourself, you can still head to your nearest Microsoft Store to check out Oculus Rift VR demos. As noted by Microsoft, customers will be able to try out new demos, including Oculus Rift, Rock Band VR, as well as Fruit Ninja VR, Lumiere’s Dress Rehearsal and Robo Recall.

Microsoft is providing a list of Store locations which have the demo here, so if you’re interested, be sure to check it out. There is no appointment needed to participate, though you must be aware that only customers 18 years of age or older can participate in the experience, and customers ages 13 and older can participate with parent or guardian consent.

If the demo gets your attention, and you’re willing to buy, you should be aware that Rift and Windows 10 make it easy to step into new worlds and experience VR gaming like never before. All games which are part of the demo also require an Oculus Rift headset, compatible PC and Oculus Touch controllers, available for purchase at Microsoft Store.

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