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kirby007 said:
Quest + link

Yeah, that'd about do it. What hardware ya working with though? Ya able to run Crysis...nah, I'm messin, You able to run Hellblade and at what FPS? In short, are you limited to the games you can play and if not does your hardware skim the line?



 

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John2290 said:
kirby007 said:
Quest + link

Yeah, that'd about do it. What hardware ya working with though? Ya able to run Crysis...nah, I'm messin, You able to run Hellblade and at what FPS? In short, are you limited to the games you can play and if not does your hardware skim the line?

i cant play crysis 3 at 4k@60fps with everything turned on



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kirby007 said:
John2290 said:

Yeah, that'd about do it. What hardware ya working with though? Ya able to run Crysis...nah, I'm messin, You able to run Hellblade and at what FPS? In short, are you limited to the games you can play and if not does your hardware skim the line?

i cant play crysis 3 at 4k@60fps with everything turned on

I was half joking to make a point. I just wanna know if you're able to run all VR games to a respectable degree or are you locked out of stuff? I wanna get a gauge on what your hardware will hold you back on or allow you to play before getting the hardware is at fault for making you sick so i can hand out recommendations. Anyway, something that won't make you sick, I'm think, is Superhot regardless of hardware as long as you can run it. 



 

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Btw, As much as Superhot is amazing there is one better that I think you could run, Blaster of The Mother fucking Universe. Minus the mother fucking, it's so goooood. Transferrence is a must if you want some slow burn tripiness. In death is a great kind of rouge lite. Operation Warcade is fun and should be doable on your hardware. Sairento is Okay but I can't couch for your hardware cause and you're stomach so early on. Everything else that springs to mind is either on PSVR exclusively or might be too much for your PC.



 

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Oh, and even if you don't like Elton John watch the Elton John tribute VR doc on youtube in 4k. Proper trippy along with the recreated art like Starry night. There is some good stuff on yotube but you gotta search outside of Youtube for it cause they bury it under trivial stuff.

Now porn, I'm sure you can work this out for yourself but I'll just give you an indicator to the best quality brand, CzechVR.



 

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I believe Most of the vr games that I enjoyed the most are PSVR exclusive. One game I that know isn't was Paranormal Activity. If you like horror movies this game is great. I'm a huge horror fan, and I had to stop playing a few times because it was legitimately scary. Thumper is another one I believe is available outside of PSVR, and although simple in concept it is a blast in vr.



Give Beat Saber another try, it is my nr 2 VR game after Astrobot and still regularly play it. (Or rather will play it again when this frigging heat wave passes) I've bought all but one of the music packs for it and hope they'll release more. I'm at well over 50 hours with that game, perfect in winter time, 15 to 20 minutes at a time to warm up.

Btw you don't have to go far in TR to unlock the VR part and it's quite a nice change of pace (albeit short)



SvennoJ said:
Give Beat Saber another try, it is my nr 2 VR game after Astrobot and still regularly play it. (Or rather will play it again when this frigging heat wave passes) I've bought all but one of the music packs for it and hope they'll release more. I'm at well over 50 hours with that game, perfect in winter time, 15 to 20 minutes at a time to warm up.

i was pleasantly suprised with the oldschool green day songs!



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You can try Pavlov VR. There is a version for Quest, but the only good one with all custom maps is available on SteamVR.



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kirby007 said:
SvennoJ said:
Give Beat Saber another try, it is my nr 2 VR game after Astrobot and still regularly play it. (Or rather will play it again when this frigging heat wave passes) I've bought all but one of the music packs for it and hope they'll release more. I'm at well over 50 hours with that game, perfect in winter time, 15 to 20 minutes at a time to warm up.

i was pleasantly suprised with the oldschool green day songs!

It's my favorite music pack, Imagine Dragons second fav.

Imagine Dragons is tricky, took me a long time to master on expert. The Green day pack is easier apart from the first two which have a nice fast pace. Boulevard of broken dreams is quite fun on expert with faster song (+30% speed)

It is one of, if not the best supported VR game. The 90 degree levels added a fun new dimension, can get very hectic :)