Oculus made the launch lineup of the Oculus Rift official during this year's Game Developers Conference, and you can take a look at the games, their prices and comfort levels in the handy chart below. You can organize by alphabetical order, price, release date or comfort level depending on what you're interested in seeing.
There are 30 games total, three of which are bundled or have no price listed at the time of publication. There's also Eve: Valkyrie. Anyone who preorders the Oculus Rift gets that for free; those who don't will have to buy a $59.99 "Founders Pack." We listed the price of that game at $60, which puts the average cost for an Oculus game at launch at $21.65, give or take.
A few things to note: There is a wide range of prices, from free-to-play games to full-priced releases and everything in between. Many games that you might've seen demoed on the HTC Vive and that don't currently have a release date will likely be detailed more when we have a set release date for the upcoming Touch motion controllers.
Also, there are a lot of games here, and very few of them I would consider filler. Some will be better than others, but in terms of launch lineups this is pretty far on the "killer" side of the spectrum. You can expect coverage from many of these titles during GDC this week as move closer to the launch of the Oculus Rift on March 28.