There's loads of great games already out on PSVR, and many more on the way. Here's 7 you absolutely MUST play. Got a favourite PSVR game? Let us know!
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These games all look great. Sadly I haven't even had the pleasure of playing vr on any console. I had friends convincing me or trying of how bad vr was but I remain optimistic. Did anyone else notice how similar the device was in the last game to the doctors sonic screwdriver? I'm assuming it was meant to be.
how could you leave Ace combat 7 out? that is by far the most ambitious, beautiful, and awesome ace combat IMO!! and just imagine being able to see an F 18 up close and personal, and if bandai namco is sensational, you could probably even see the sci fi jet x02 wyvern which is impossible to see IRL
Why include games that are NOT out yet tht u have yet to play? How do you know how AMAZING they are??? And where is MOSS, SuperHot, Until Dawn: Rush of Blood, RE:7, WipeOut VR??? U could of replaced these games that R not out with games that ARE. 😖
Is "VR Tolerance" a thing? I got Arkham VR at launch, and was afraid to step forward because I felt like I'd fall off a building. Until Dawn Rush of Blood felt real for a bit too. Hell even playing Headmaster originally had me feeling like I was out on a big, dark, empty soccer pitch. But nothing since has immersed me in the same way in that I feel like I'm inhabiting that space. I played through all of RE7 in VR and it was amazing, but that and pretty much anything else I play in VR now feels more like 3D gaming than immersive reality. I actually put down VR for months before picking up The Inpatient when it came out, but despite very good visuals, still did not feel "present" in the world.
Look, there's still tons of fun I'm having with VR games, but I miss that sense of wonder the first time I put on my headset, where I honestly thought I was going to fall from the top of a Gotham City skyscraper. Is this just me?
Um why is rick and Morty here I brought it and its unplayable on the psvr it's always forcing you away from the camera and the moves lose tracking half the stuff was out of the play area I spent 20 minutes trying to pick things up off the floor and spent bout 30 minutes just alone in the options trying to center the game to get me back in line with the camera in my mind it's a very bad port vr game
Certainly some great games in that list, by now I assume everyone has listed the other great games so my comment is...
You missed a chance to play with the intro "You have caught me wondering how hard it is to make a list of 7 things..."
RE7 is still my favorite VR game and is the best thing I've played in the past few years. I really hope that the RE2 remake will have VR support too. Although they might just wait for RE8 for the next one with VR support.
Why include so many games that have not come out yet?? You have no idea ig they’ll be worth playing... and we have lots of great existing games like; Moss, Farpoint, superhot, Batman, skyrim and so on.
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