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Playing this game full in VR is amazing. Its basically the best gaming expierence ive had so far. I hope future installments in the series can also be played in VR. 

Sorry Zelda BOTW and Mario Odyssey, but you are rank #2 and #3 now. Still had a blast playing you on my switch. But just watching your game worlds through a tiny window (even if that is portable) doesnt compete to havin such a holo deck expierence with skyrim.

Motion Controls are awesome as well, better then in Skyward Sword in my expierence (though I dont hate motion controlls in general like some people do). Bow aiming is very, very satisfying



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habam said: 

Playing this game full in VR is amazing. Its basically the best gaming expierence ive had so far. I hope future installments in the series can also be played in VR. 

Sorry Zelda BOTW and Mario Odyssey, but you are rank #2 and #3 now. Still had a blast playing you on my switch. But just watching your game worlds through a tiny window (even if that is portable) doesnt compete to havin such a holo deck expierence with skyrim.

Motion Controls are awesome as well, better then in Skyward Sword in my expierence (though I dont hate motion controlls in general like some people do). Bow aiming is very, very satisfying

Want to get it, but don't want to pay £40 and also concerned about motion sickness which I get a lot due to suffering from Vertigo at times. Will wait and see I think.



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This is the way games are ment to be played.

I have recently played Arizona Sunshine, COD:WW2, and Wolfenstein 2. Now I am playing Horizan: The Frozen Wilds, Super Mario Odyssey, and Skyrim VR.

I have enjoyed all 6 games, but the non VR stuff does feel extreamly dated. When you loose motion controls, half your Field of View, and the rotation point goes from your perspective to a cameras perspective, it really takes a toll on the expereince.

I agree that the furture of TES needs to be either VR exclusive or ship with 100% VR support going forward. Even with the lower resolution and muddy graphics, the overall experience is beyond discription. These are not games anymore, they are something more.

Now, I can't wait until Thanksgiving weekend, and the 10 day Christmas break, so I can really sink my teeth into this expereince.



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KBG29 said:
This is the way games are ment to be played.

the non VR stuff does feel extreamly dated. When you loose motion controls, half your Field of View, and the rotation point goes from your perspective to a cameras perspective, it really takes a toll on the expereince.

I agree that the furture of TES needs to be either VR exclusive or ship with 100% VR support going forward. Even with the lower resolution and muddy graphics, the overall experience is beyond discription. These are not games anymore, they are something more.

I wouldn't say the way, more like a way, since the traditional way still has its benefits and advantages. And if Elder Scrolls VI is VR-exclusive, that's going to cut a huge number of people out.



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I never wanted Skyrim until recently. Then, suddenly I was torn between whether I wanted it for PSVR or Switch. I'm a huge fan of VR but the draw of having it with me wherever I went was too much to pass up. I couldn't see myself putting in hundreds of hours in VR despite being a fan of the format.



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d21lewis said:
I never wanted Skyrim until recently. Then, suddenly I was torn between whether I wanted it for PSVR or Switch. I'm a huge fan of VR but the draw of having it with me wherever I went was too much to pass up. I couldn't see myself putting in hundreds of hours in VR despite being a fan of the format.

I would vote for switch, portability is a much bigger draw for me personally.




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If it had the option of having VR and traditional modes, it would have been a no brainer. Mods alone are a huge draw.



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And yet... as long as I breath I will never put on one of those VR headsets to play a videogame.



Skyrim is one of the worst RPGs I ever played. Worse than Beyond the Beyond. VR is also one of the dumbest things I have ever used. From recent VR to the VR I tried in the mid-90s. All I can think of is some people should play far more games and systems.