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I'm enjoying my move controllers. I got them from back in the PS3 days so I didn't have to buy anything extra but having hands in VR makes the immersion so much better. Check out Job Simulator if you get controllers and also Batman VR. And Driveclub VR made me dizzy at first when going into turns but I somehow got used to it and just played an hour session online last night with no issues.
Honestly the VR system feels like a great leap into the future for video games, but I don't think that technology at its given point is ready for VR. Every attempt at VR has been disgraceful, and honestly every time have tried any type of VR i feel like puking, like on a roller coaster ride (except I love roller coaster rides), so why would this make me sick. From a buyers perspective would you recommend buying a PlayStation VR, or are the games provided too much for someone that easily gets car sick?
It's something you have to build up to, I'm afraid. One body is more aware that something doesn't add up than another. But most could "train" their body/mind to get used to it. My first run through hairpin corners in Driveclub didn't go well for me, made me queasy. Second time, I managed a whole lot better.
Well, it's the first time technology is finally up to it and commercially viable. Why do so many expect so much from first generation (commercially) hardware? It has to start somewhere, to get anywhere.
As a HTC Vive owner I cannot imagine VR without motion controllers. IDK how you can feel immersed in the world if your using a normal controller. Sure its better than a flat screen but without true interaction with motion controllers you basically just playing a game really close to your face and moving your head rotates the camera.
The Wulff Den yeah I completely agree, I just think you are missing out on the best part by not having the motion controllers, especially since you already have the camera. $100 gets you a brand new set, that's super cheap compared to the OR that wants $200 for their touch.
I guess it depends on the game, thats why I think a mech game makes sense. Since your using both hands to control something, a controller doesn't take you out of the experience. It wouldn't make sense to use the controller for something like Until Dawn
Has anyone checked out Gamestop.com lately? They are back to their old tricks of ripping people off, this time with their own PS VR bundles. There is one for $530 that is like Sony's bundle but minus the VR worlds ($40) game and plus Batman. Batman is only $20 so why are they charging $530? Plus without VR worlds you might as well just buy Sonys bundle and then add Batman all for $520. But to top it off all of Gamestops bundles include used Move controllers and used cameras and of course they don't tell you that without reading the fine print if you know what I mean. Gamestop is so shady, anyways I just had to vent because I hate that store and can't wait to see them go under.
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