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Sorry, another VR article..

I've done a few articles on the PSVR but this time its Black Friday and i've seen a deal.

I've asked before if its worth it and yet I really am undecided on it still...

What I'm interested to know is;

Is it worth getting the move controllers for it?

Does it make it more worth while? or a better experience?

What games are worth playing on it? I've got Resident Evil 7 and also Until dawn VR, are there any others that are worth it?

Any help would be great!

posted on 19/11/18

I had it, really enjoyed it for a short period but ended up selling it.

Resident Evil was really good in VR and there are some other games. Ultimately, there weren't enough to make it worthwhile for me and I much preferred playing normal games; so it barely got used once the novelty wore off.

comment by Mike (U1170)

posted on 19/11/18

VRticle

posted on 19/11/18

Ronny I have to go to work, so just a quick post. The Move controllers really do add to the VR experience, so I would highly recommend those.

As for games there are plenty of great experiences, I'll have to type those later though.

comment by Mike (U1170)

posted on 19/11/18

I want to play Red Dead in VR, not particularly to move about I'd still play with the regular controller but just to look around etc.

posted on 19/11/18

To be fair Mike that is what makes VR so immersive, being transported to another world, you become part of it and it can really draw you in Res 7 a perfect example.

I love VR and I'm really excited to see how it grows. Sony have all but confirmed they are working on PSVR 2, and every iteration will close the gap between the real and the virtual world.

As for games VR seems very personal and it can be hard to recommend games, Super hot is simple but works perfectly in VR (move controllers needed) I really enjoyed Batman, and spent hours messing around in the bat cave, (another where Move controllers make all the difference) but I know others that weren't that impressed.

Headmaster another game so simple but works well, My brother loved it, and stayed ages playing it, and he didn't even want to try it at first

I could list games I have played and enjoyed, but VR is something that will either grab you or it doesn't, It has it's limitations, and has many hurdles to overcome, but I have no doubt it is the future, and is here to stay.

comment by #4zA (U19575)

posted on 19/11/18

as a cheeper alternative 2 expensive VR thingies.

U could, u know, like just open ur eyeballz.

posted on 19/11/18

Or VR thingies and witness whole new worlds

posted on 20/11/18

Didn't enjoy PSVR. Skyrim made me dizzy as fack, Driveclub was a novelty at first but too much hassle after a while, Batman a bit dull etc

I do think VR has massive potential, though. Went to a VR place the other week, was a zombie/horror thing where you actually walk around in a 20m x 20m room and it was incredible, it is the future.

posted on 20/11/18

I'm surprised you struggled with Skyrim, but were ok with Driveclub.

I loved Batman, but it won't be for everyone, VR is still in it's infancy, and a lot has been learned, I'm hoping for higher resolution. wider field of view and better motion tracking, and of course a graphics upgrade.

I'm with you, there is no doubt it is the future.

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