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Mcintosh92 04.12.2017 04:50 AM

Playstation VR
 
Hey guys, Just got myself a PlayStation VR and so far Im finding it a real disappointment. Some games actually make me motion sick and I've never felt motion sick from anything else in my life haha.

Can anyone recommend any games that they have enjoyed?

Anyone else have one and want a few online games?

Or just anyone have a opinion on the VR or any of the games?

cheers bros.:p

guards1656 04.12.2017 09:27 PM

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Originally Posted by Mcintosh92 (Post 2360834)
Hey guys, Just got myself a PlayStation VR and so far Im finding it a real disappointment. Some games actually make me motion sick and I've never felt motion sick from anything else in my life haha.

Can anyone recommend any games that they have enjoyed?

Anyone else have one and want a few online games?

Or just anyone have a opinion on the VR or any of the games?

cheers bros.:p

I’ve not got one but thought about it since the recent price drop. From what I’ve read all VR can make people motion sick but have seen in reviews that the PSVR is particularly bad for it.

The Batman VR is meant to be really good but short.

Mcintosh92 05.12.2017 01:19 AM

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Originally Posted by guards1656 (Post 2360911)
I’ve not got one but thought about it since the recent price drop. From what I’ve read all VR can make people motion sick but have seen in reviews that the PSVR is particularly bad for it.

The Batman VR is meant to be really good but short.

Its certain games that seem to be the problem Doom is the worst one, because you cant walk forward you teleport and it Jerks the screen very quickly :confused:.

Thanks ill try Batman, Skyrim arrived today so ill give that a go tomorrow night. The mini games like the NBA one and surgeon sim have been best so far :D

freez3 06.12.2017 01:43 PM

Yeah I don't hear many people talking about VR gaming for that very reason... the games aren't particularly good. The 'Batman Arkham' game has got some good reviews, and there's also 'Superhot' and 'Keep Talking & Nobody Explodes' as potentially good games for VR.
TBH, I think there are better reasons than gaming to use a VR headset, like watching 360-degree videos on YouTube or live NBA games. Funnily enough, I read this and there's a graph which says $11.6 billion is the predicted market size for VR/AR software for video games by 2025. Not sure if it'll reach that number but we'll see.

Mcintosh92 08.12.2017 04:40 PM

Some of the experiences have been pretty good but after a couple times you will never watch them again haha. Bravo team coming out next year seems to be the one game I wanted the VR for :p

For any horror fans though its a must have gadget, I love horror films but with the VR it takes it to extremes haha.

HSTDriver 22.12.2017 04:55 PM

I’ve got one for Christmas so it’s under the tree now. My brief go was enjoyable, I think the VR tech is going to stick around. It feels like the general public are more accepting of it than previous attempts.

I’m looking forward to the games of course, but equally intrigued by the potential of the experiences. Chernobyl VR and projects like that could be incredible in the future.

HSTDriver 26.12.2017 02:15 PM

Ok so i've had an hour or so playing Playstation VR worlds, which was good fun if very shallow. A nice introduction to VR, I guess. And no motion sickness at all.

And then i put Skyrim VR on. And by the time I'd finished the first 'scene' (The Dragon landing on the roof and your character escaping the guards) my stomach was turning cartwheels. I felt like I'd just got off a really intense rollercoaster having ridden two or three times in succession. I did play it standing up, so I hope sitting might help for future attempts - else I don't know how playable it is.

I then had a go on Eagle flight which is great fun, but my stomach hadn't returned to normal so I cant judge any effect on sickness levels yet!


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