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virtual boy was before my time, 3/4d in the cinema sucks dick. so the headset i got to play with was my first proper impression of VR
-setting up a safe to play area space is easy and quick
-the link cable makes the device plug and play
-"youtube" VR vids, is a good warm up
-penty of gimmicky games galore "beat saber, planking, jurassic park", fun but lasting impression? nah
-Rise of the tomb raider is a flop you need to actually have played the game normally to be able to play the VR part
-skyrim, takes some used to the controls but looks superb, walking up a stairs actually feels like a heigth building actually look tall, sound is ok but not mindblowing

overall an interesting experience, but tiring with games in which you really move within the world. I think breaks are needed quite often to kee your brain happy.

any recommendations?



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kirby007 said:

virtual boy was before my time, 3/4d in the cinema sucks dick. so the headset i got to play with was my first proper impression of VR
-setting up a safe to play area space is easy and quick
-the link cable makes the device plug and play
-"youtube" VR vids, is a good warm up
-penty of gimmicky games galore "beat saber, planking, jurassic park", fun but lasting impression? nah
-Rise of the tomb raider is a flop you need to actually have played the game normally to be able to play the VR part
-skyrim, takes some used to the controls but looks superb, walking up a stairs actually feels like a heigth building actually look tall, sound is ok but not mindblowing

overall an interesting experience, but tiring with games in which you really move within the world. I think breaks are needed quite often to kee your brain happy.

any recommendations?

I dont know maybe i missed it but what headset do you have?.

Anyway if its a PC headset Half Life Alyx is a must play.



Resident Evil 7 seems to be good in VR,for myself it would be too stressfull.



What headset?



 

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RE7 is always the first recommendation for VR I give.

Batman VR is also a good try out, DC VR was very entretain, but not many like racing games.



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Quest + link



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Porn. It's what I got my Oculus Go for and it's quite serviceable. Also more satisfactory than Skyrim.



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1) why compaire a real VR headset to technologies that arnt real VR? (virtualboy, 3D effects in movie theatures?)
2) why play games that arnt developed for VR as first games to try out on it? (skyrim + rise of the tombraider)

"any recommendations?"

I keep hearing good things about:
Astrobot - Rescue mission, Tetris effect, Superhot, RE7, Beat Saber.



JRPGfan said:
1) why compaire a real VR headset to technologies that arnt real VR? (virtualboy, 3D effects in movie theatures?)
2) why play games that arnt developed for VR as first games to try out on it? (skyrim + rise of the tombraider)

"any recommendations?"

I keep hearing good things about:
Astrobot - Rescue mission, Tetris effect, Superhot, RE7, Beat Saber.

RE7 and Astrobot are PSVR exlusives. 



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JRPGfan said:
1) why compaire a real VR headset to technologies that arnt real VR? (virtualboy, 3D effects in movie theatures?)
2) why play games that arnt developed for VR as first games to try out on it? (skyrim + rise of the tombraider)

"any recommendations?"

I keep hearing good things about:
Astrobot - Rescue mission, Tetris effect, Superhot, RE7, Beat Saber.

I did 3 games made with vr in mind, ill list them again : beat saber, planking experience and jurassic park



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