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Wipout omega collection VR patch....

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I think you might be approaching vr overload man...

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Moss was the best I've played so far. Really fun. I didn't think I would like it. It's worth the money.

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My favorite is still RE7. That game was a goddam experience in VR and it gave me feelings that I don't think any other game/format had ever given me. It could be my goty thanks to VR.

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I can't say, I have yet to experience VR :P

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VR is the future. Sony is the only company with multiple development studios putting serious effort into it.

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RE7, even as somebody who doesn't get easily spooked, was so damn good in VR that I had to put it down. (It also was the only VR game that may have caused me some slight motion sickness, due to the right stick camera controls - gotta go back and tweak my settings though to be sure).

Thumper and Rez Infinite are practically must-haves too imo. I haven't had the chance to get really into anything else besides Farpoint since black friday, but I have a whole backlog of VR games that I'm preparing to dive into!

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Mario Kart VR is the best VR game ever made.

I ordered mine (PSVR) for when I am back from work in January. Then Ill be able to share my point of view. Im very excited about games as resident evil VII and Star Trek for starters


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Cerebralbore101 said:
VR is the future. Sony is the only company with multiple development studios putting serious effort into it.

DOesn't that then define VR as being "Sony VR" as thwe future then?.

Since no one out there is putting any effort (of any kind) into their games?.


I've seen a few that actually look decent outside of just Sony. 

I loved rush of blood abs just sitting down comfortably being able to play the, and but Farpoint changed it all. So I think it depends on a game by game basis I suppose.