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Do you own a VR Headset?

Yes, Playstation VR. 16 41.03%
 
Yes, an Oculus device . 2 5.13%
 
Yes, Ninendo Labo. 0 0.00%
 
Yes, Other device (Samsung, HTC etc). 1 2.56%
 
No but I intend to buy one. 3 7.69%
 
Not interested in VR. 17 43.59%
 
Total:39

I think every first person game should be VR compatible in the future.



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Yes, Playstation VR and oculus quest if they get some must own exclusives cause porn on PSVR now needs a monthly subscription to an app. I love the Playstation VR but the games seem to have dried up a bit the last few months, there has been nothing that interests me since Blood and truth besides for Sirento which I'm waiting for a sale on. I still put it on ever week or two for a session to check my VR subscriptions in Youtube and usually end up playing one of the evergreen games like Beat saber or Blasters of the universe for a few hours.



 

Virtual Boy, yo!

I think technology needs to go beyond the headset before it will go mainstream. Maybe when Elon Musk or some other tech geeks get the “direct-to-brain” implants going.



I have PSVR that I'm not using because of small child in the house messing with cables and stuff.
I do like the experience on it whenever I can play.
Will buy PSVR2 on launch if it is a big step up or will wait for price drop if doesn't change much the quality of the image.



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Questions for you Lawnmower men.

- Do you use it outside of gaming? Would you choose to watch a movie in VR with a 200" screen over a 42" 4K pancake TV?
- Many of you seem eager to upgrade to PSVR2. Why? Is it for the visuals or hand tracking or controllers? If Sony didn't release a new headset would you be happy to use your current VR with PS5?



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PSVR + Oculus Rift, which I both use frequently.

Also a shitty Google Cardboard based abomination.



Pyro as Bill said:
Questions for you Lawnmower men.

- Do you use it outside of gaming? Would you choose to watch a movie in VR with a 200" screen over a 42" 4K pancake TV?
- Many of you seem eager to upgrade to PSVR2. Why? Is it for the visuals or hand tracking or controllers? If Sony didn't release a new headset would you be happy to use your current VR with PS5?

Not sure what you mean with lawnmower men...

I have used it outside gaming, to watch a movie, 3D movie, porn, and play some pancake games for better immersion on a 200" screen. However I prefer hanging on the couch with a drink and snacks while watching something.

PSVR2 for better resolution and better controllers. Using PSVR on ps5 will be a huge upgrade already. PSVR's resolution can be better utilized with super sampling and higher base frame rates. Some games are much clearer on PSVR than others. Astrobot vs Drive club is a night and day difference. A more powerful console will have less trouble rendering games not made for VR in VR.

Perhaps PSVR2 will also have wider FOV, fit better over my glasses, less weight, more comfortable. Not that PSVR is bad, but why stick to a 42" LCD when there are 65" OLEDS.



SvennoJ said:
Pyro as Bill said:
Questions for you Lawnmower men.


Not sure what you mean with lawnmower men...

You don't know the cult movie?


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Got PSVR with my PS 4 pro.

Out of all that has happened this gen with gaming, my time playing a hand full of games in VR has had the biggest most memorable impact.



Conina said:
SvennoJ said:

Not sure what you mean with lawnmower men...

You don't know the cult movie?


View on YouTube

A sci-fi movie I missed in the 90s, that's amazing! Although some of it looks familiar, perhaps I had a bit too much of various substances while watching it :) Those 90's movie graphics haha.