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I tried a friend’s Vive and it was amazing.

I bought a PSVR to play through a bunch of titles in the comfort of my own home. Some great new experiences there which were worth trying out. The Vive is much more immersive if you can justify the price.

Overall though, I sold the PSVR and games because it’s not something I’ll use long-term. The setup is messy with cables everywhere, you need to cordon off a large area to play (not an issue if you live alone, but family and kids make this an unnecessary barrier to entry), and individual sessions can be limited once nausea kicks in (dependant on the games you play).

It’s worth trying, but isn’t yet convenient enough for many (most?) lifestyles.