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Are you excited for PSVR2?

Yea. I already own PSVR. 19 59.38%
 
Yea. I don't already own PSVR. 5 15.63%
 
Only a little. I own the PSVR. 1 3.13%
 
Only a little. I don't own the PSVR. 0 0.00%
 
No. VR isn't my bag, baby. 7 21.88%
 
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If you like racing, Dirt Rally has the whole game in VR just like Wipeout. It's a bit less intense as Wipeout but you will need your vr legs first.

Statik is an awesome puzzler, very polished, cleverly made. Play it sitting with the DS4.
I expect you to die is very good.

There's so many! I'm currently playing Borderlands 2 VR and Blood and truth.



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thismeintiel said:
HoloDust said:

Yeah, Superhot is amazing game, I first played "regular" version, then tried VR - there are somewhat different, but both great experiences.

I assume in the regular version you actually move around with the analog stick.  I don't think I'd be able to enjoy that as much now that I have played the VR version.  It reminded me of the fun I had playing Police 911 at the arcades.  Ducking and leaning to avoid bullets.  And being sucked out of the VR world within the game, to be placed in the real world within the was just incredible.  I felt like I was really in that little room with the computer desk in front of me.

Well, I have to be honest, I actually prefer regular version, there's much more moving in space throughout its levels, but I've really enjoyed both.

Witching Tower comes to mind as one of better experiences, if you like solving puzzles - it's on the shorter side, but also it's fairly cheap.

And I always tend to recommend Arizona Sunshine as well, though price is quite high for what is fairly short game.



Conina said:

Superhot VR and Superhot are different games with different levels, both worth playing.

I never bothered to play the regular version, same way I bought Ace Combat 7 and only played the VR levels. Also in RE7 I never tried the parts that weren't in VR (some extras). I've bought other games just to play the VR bit, Tomb raider and star wars battlefront come to mind.

I have finally started a pancake game again, Death stranding. The advantage of being in VR for so long, wow that 4K HDR looks amazing again!



Azzanation said:
Half Life Alyx is the only VR game I see worth buying into VR currently. However VR is clearly not worth the price for anything else.

As for PC VR, there's 2 games that came recently which would definitely be worth a shot. Asgard's wrath and Boneworks are 2 great showcase of VR content !



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They're going to have to really tone down the amount of cables used with their VR headset and by that I mean I want ZERO cables, only then will I consider jumping into VR.

Despite no cables I demand very low latency obviously, a long enough battery life and a much more consequent FOV. At least 150° for a much better immersion.

Those are my conditions to try VR. So I'm looking at the future PSVR2 and that's where I put my hopes.



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^ The options are there on PC already, but I guess you want low cost, no compression detail loss, low weight and easy setup as well :)

Meanwhile, I'm greatly enjoying the latest Beat Saber update. I haven't gotten around to try out the Green day music pack yet since the new 90 degree levels are a lot of fun. It turns the game from a tunnel type approach into feeling like you're in a huge room with walls and blocks coming from all angles. They did a good job in the levels I tried so far, it flows really well.



CrazyGamer2017 said:

They're going to have to really tone down the amount of cables used with their VR headset and by that I mean I want ZERO cables, only then will I consider jumping into VR.

Despite no cables I demand very low latency obviously, a long enough battery life and a much more consequent FOV. At least 150° for a much better immersion.

Those are my conditions to try VR. So I'm looking at the future PSVR2 and that's where I put my hopes.

Psvr can't go wireless unless you strap a ps4/ps5 to your head. 



 

John2290 said:
CrazyGamer2017 said:

They're going to have to really tone down the amount of cables used with their VR headset and by that I mean I want ZERO cables, only then will I consider jumping into VR.

Despite no cables I demand very low latency obviously, a long enough battery life and a much more consequent FOV. At least 150° for a much better immersion.

Those are my conditions to try VR. So I'm looking at the future PSVR2 and that's where I put my hopes.

Psvr can't go wireless unless you strap a ps4/ps5 to your head. 

Really? Cause technology to make the PSVR communicate wirelessly with the PS5 is impossible and does not exist?

You're allowed to say you don't think it will go wireless but stating that it simply cannot go wireless is illogical in my opinion. Also for the record, I think you are going to be surprised to find out it will be wireless.

EDIT: To be clear I'm talking about the PSVR2. I think it's obvious but it can't hurt to specify this detail.

Last edited by CrazyGamer2017 - on 17 December 2019

Nice! I'm waiting for a great deal to jump into PSVR!

Its really telling that most people have a position impression of VR despite some of its draw backs. Honestly, without the word of mouth, I would come away with the impression that VR is a gimmick, similar to the Wii/PS Eye/Kinect.



Yeah, (PS)VR is amazing. Already in a year it’s given me some of my top gaming experiences since I started playing games at a young age.