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Forums - Gaming Discussion - For non VR players. Are you interested and if so what headset?

 

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Planning on a Vive Purchase 4 4.76%
 
Planning on an oculus purchase 1 1.19%
 
Planning on a PSVR purchase 20 23.81%
 
Mobile VR for me. 0 0%
 
Waiting for a new iterati... 16 19.05%
 
Waiting on games. 4 4.76%
 
Don't have the money but want to buy into VR 6 7.14%
 
Not interested. 33 39.29%
 
Total:84

PSVR --> due to price.



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I played about half an hour of Skyrim VR over the weekend and was somewhat impressed. It's not enough to make me want to go out and buy my own VR headset, but I can see some really solid titles releasing for the platform in the next 5 years.

Right now, there simply isn't enough to justify that pricetag.



                            

Psvr because of dead or alive volleyball 3



I'm insane interested in VR.. But I think i will wait few years.. for the next level..

If its Nintendo.. sony.. ms or others that take VR up to next level dosent matter.. point is The VR we have now does work pretty good.. but next wave of VR sets will be even better.. and so will the games and apps



Yes, I'm interested. They announced WipeOutHD VR. But at the same time, I'm a tight bastard who has trouble spending money on myself, and if I feel it might not be worth it because I'll only have like WipeOut and Tekken to play on it (already own Tekken and it's VR mode isn't exactly comprehensive), then I might not buy it at all.

Tried only once, at a PSVR thing they had in a local shopping centre.



Hmm, pie.

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If things were running more smoothly, I'd have PSVR already. As it is, I still haven't even hooked up my partially unboxed PS4 Pro yet.



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John2290 said:
Carl2291 said:
I played about half an hour of Skyrim VR over the weekend and was somewhat impressed. It's not enough to make me want to go out and buy my own VR headset, but I can see some really solid titles releasing for the platform in the next 5 years.

Right now, there simply isn't enough to justify that pricetag.

http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/thread.php?id=233782&page=1#

Have a look at the video of the upcoming games on that video. People act like there is a lack of content but theres not, games are also much cheaper and seem to be getting freebies every month. Also, I haven't tried skyrim VR but I would assume that wouldn't be a great place to grab impressions. Something like the london heist, Raw data, RE7 VR or eve valkyrie and the like, games that showcase what VR can do with so little like superhot also. 

Skyrim, RE7, Bound, GTS, Superhot and especially Ultrawings were worth my purchase already. Really gotta check Raw Data. I hate Codemasters for not having Dirt Rally on sale atm..



COKTOE said:
If things were running more smoothly, I'd have PSVR already. As it is, I still haven't even hooked up my partially unboxed PS4 Pro yet.

What’s that supposed to mean?! I have a base PS4 and everything runs smooth as butter.



PSVR.. if I ever get around to finding one to try.

Fairly sure the motion sickness will immediately get to me. And I'm not hyped to have to take a medicine every time I want to play a game.



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I'm interested in VR games in the PC space and have played around extensively with the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. I'm just waiting on new headsets and more affordable graphics tech to power the headsets at the moment. Really I think sim racers are an amazing use of the technology and I'm looking forward to jumping into a sim racer with a wheel and get really immersed.

And yeah the PSVR is an option, but I'm still waiting for another iteration or two in the headsets before jumping in for A) the experience to be improved B) the prices to come down and C) the foresight to see if the tech has more staying power and consumer backing (and as a result business) backing than... say... 3D did.

For now though 4K and HDR will have to feed my tech advancement hunger.