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I'm really hoping this gets ported to PSVR or perhaps PSVR2.



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trunkswd said:
Looking like reviewers are loving the game and that VR has its first killer game.

I'd say that was Beat Saber 😛

Btw, the number of games getting 90+ scores on Metacritic has grown exponentially this month.

From Ori to now Alyx. It's mesmerizing strange.



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Mar1217 said:
trunkswd said:
Looking like reviewers are loving the game and that VR has its first killer game.

I'd say that was Beat Saber 😛

Btw, the number of games getting 90+ scores on Metacritic has grown exponentially this month.

From Ori to now Alyx. It's mesmerizing strange.

March has been a great month for games. Ori, Half-Life: Alyx, and Animal Crossing. 

I know someone with a VR headset and out of all the games, Beat Saber is the one I played the most. Than again I enjoyed Rock Band when that was new, so I wasn't surprised. 



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Seems like Valve has created the killer app to get people into VR, unfortunately for me, I have to wait to play one of my favourite IPs ever.



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I'm shocked that Valve can still make a good game after like 7 years of not developing much of anything.

Well I mean, constantly updating the store, their engine (clearly evident now, if anything), their tools and their wiki list does show that they've been making games for years.

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Signalstar said:
Lots of games scoring 90+ averages lately. Good time for gaming all around. Wonder if this game will eventually come to PSVR?

I'm not so sure of it, going by how their last console release as way back in 2012 with CSGO, and they haven't really said anything regarding the console front since then (they've largely been involved with upgrading their store, tools and engine).



                                       

trunkswd said:
Looking like reviewers are loving the game and that VR has its first killer game.

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This has me super excited about what we can expect with VR in the next few years. This well below what we can expect from PS5, and it already looks incredible. Now I am just imagining what we can expect when the baseline for a VR title is raised to a minimum of a 20 Zen 2 Cores, with a RTX2080, 16GB of GDDR6, and 5.5GB/s Storage.



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That is very good, want to see their port on PSVR2 on PS5, by that time it will be cheap and I'll test it.



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