For the last week of my life, I have started and ended each day the same way. I’m dripping in sweat, every inch of me is sore, and I have a huge smile on my face. I’m using a VR fitness app called Supernatural, something that feels simultaneously unique and familiar as I put my hands through the Oculus Quest controller straps and get ready for another session.

This incredible new app has created a fair bit of controversy recently. You’ve seen this gameplay before: it looks and feels a lot like Beat Saber in how you have to move around in VR to music. However, the monetary model is unique. You can’t just pay a flat fee to gain access to the goods inside like you do for every other app on the Oculus Store. Instead, Supernatural gives you 30-day access to its wares for free and then asks you to pay $19/month. It’s unusual, and has a lot of folks wondering if other VR devs will see this…

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