2. I play games normally with one set of peripheral. I'm not gonna invest hundreds of dollars on something I dont need when I already have the means of playing a game normally.
So your that type of person. Its like saying in 1995 "2d side scroller games are fine, I dont need to play Ocarina of time in 3d because im already satisfied".
Well actually the jump from 2d to 3d in gaming wasnt as big as it is know with vr.
Im tired of that conversation anyway. It was just a advice to get one of the best gaming expierences in your life. destroy it if you dont care, i dont either lol.
You got that damn right that I am that type of person who will stick with a regular controller.
The main difference between your example and the reality of VR is I can play 2D and 3D games with a controller that comes primarily with the system of my choice while with VR, I'll need to fork out additional amount of money and actually have to wear it alongside playing with earlier said controller to even play the damn game.
No thanks, you can keep your successors to Virtual boy to yourself, I'll stick with conventional controllers.
"One of the best gaming experiences in your life" - your opinion, not a fact.
For someone who doesnt care, you really care about swaying my opinion on VR.