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Pemalite said:

We will just have to agree to disagree.

As for it being your primary display, it's not going to be the case for everyone.

I too hope for VR to get a ton of success, I just don't see it right now.
AR however has shown it has a ton of potential, Pokemon Go being a prime example... And then you have the potential of Hololens which might be pushed by Minecraft.

Funny enough I don't see much potential in AR for games at all. How many people actually left the AR feature on on Pokemon Go? Unless going to the gps coordinates is enough to make it AR. AR is extremely limited in what you can do game wise. Ofcourse with an AR headset you can also play VR games with adjustable transparancy, so you can still sort of see what's going on around you.

I did another 4+ hour session of Skyrim VR yesterday, almost 90 hours total now and it still manages to occasionally drop my jaw to the floor. Standing around outside looking at the double moon and auroras in the night sky is simply breath taking. The underground environments are so much better in VR, it simply feels so good to be in the world.