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TigerMyth36
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re: Vr baws, is it worth it?
Keep me updated on Borderlands.

I'm just not sure I can really get into it because I spent so much time playing it already. Same for Skyrim and Fallout.

Thought about another trip to the Baker mansion and got scared just thinking about it.


Dam Guide
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Member since Sep 2005
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re: Vr baws, is it worth it?
I’m extremely invested in VR.

I have a Vive pro with wireless and full body tracking pucks and dev release knuckles.

It’s not worth it for the average user. Personally with Steam’s version releasing probably this year, I would hold off.

I’d start off with a regular Vive or Oculus depending on your feelings toward Zuckerberg if you can’t wait for the Steam version.

Biggest difference right now is full body tracking, wireless, and controllers.

Headsets are about equal once you put the upgrade kit with speakers on the Vive. Controllers are hands down better on the Oculus. Full body tracking and good wireless is only available on Vive.
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musick
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re: Vr baws, is it worth it?
Just want to say this is my first full week with PSVR(after two years) and I'm extremely satisfied.

Rick and Morty is amazing, I really feel like I'm in the RM universe. It's unreal..

Superhot makes me feel like Neo from The Matrix, soooo much fun

Accounting+ , so fricking weird, it's like a Justin Roiland acid trip, hilarious.

Borderlands 2 VR, never played the original, I'm all in so much fun

Beat Saber really shines.

All these quality experiences are going to make me get Skyrim VR and Doom.


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MickeyLikesDags21
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Member since Apr 2019
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re: Vr baws, is it worth it?
I finally had the balls to finish Resident evil 7 **. What. a. fricking. game. Just, wow. The adrenaline you experience while running away from Jack is the most unique feeling I've ever felt from a game.

Once I finally got the shotgun and flame thrower it got drastically less scary

Question for those that have played the DLCs, are they worth it?
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Centinel
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Member since Sep 2016
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re: Vr baws, is it worth it?
Got my Rift S yesterday so figured I'd bump this.

I got it mainly to just get my feet wet in VR. So far pretty good though. Very little of the screen door effect.

I've got Gorn, Robo Recall, and Edge of Nowhere. I've only played Robo Recall so far, but it's been a blast. Skyrim VR and The Mage's Tale will be picked up soon.

Any other recommendations aside from the big names like Beat Saber, Lone Echo, etc.?

I've got an i7-8700k and 1080Ti so I can push anything out there.



MickeyLikesDags21
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Member since Apr 2019
3030 posts

re: Vr baws, is it worth it?
I've got PSVR so I'm not sure how many games are on both.

If you can get Resident Evil 7 I think that's a must play. VR really flexes it's muscles with horror.

Superhot is fun, you feel like neo / John wick.

Doom was badass, beasts triple your size while teleporting in slow motion shooting rockets and machine guns

Rush of blood you're on a roller coaster traveling through haunted places double fisting shotguns and uzis. Pretty creepy too.


musick
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re: Vr baws, is it worth it?
RE7 in VR remains my favorite all-time gaming experience.

I never ran through the last two dlc so I'm doing it now since the gold edition was $23 on sale digital a few weeks ago.

It's still the best VR experience, and that's saying a lot since you are just using the dualshock 4.

Blood and Truth comes out Tuesday, looks amazing (London heist full game)

Day 1 buy for me as well as Justin Roilands Trover Saves the Universe. Rick and Morty humor, voicing, next week as well.

Then we get No Man's Sky in June , five nights at Freddy's next week, and vacation Simulator.

Great time to be a PSVR Owner.

Astrobot is also a must play, amazing game

Then there's the aim controller with borderlands 2, Farpoint, and firewall, amazing experiences
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Centinel
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Member since Sep 2016
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re: Vr baws, is it worth it?
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If you can get Resident Evil 7 I think that's a must play. VR really flexes it's muscles with horror.



As of right now it's PSVR only. Which makes me a sad panda.

Rumors are that they'll eventually port it to SteamVR, so crossing my fingers. Horror is one of the main reasons I decided to finally try VR. That and finally hitting the holy grail of open world RPG built from the ground up for VR. I know SkyrimVR is close, but not quite there yet.


musick
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re: Vr baws, is it worth it?
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Rumors are that they'll eventually port it to SteamVR, so crossing my fingers.


I don't think so. Sony invested in this project to get it to their headset as a killer app.

I hope it does though, everyone everyone should experience this
This post was edited on 5/25 at 7:01 am


Dam Guide
New Orleans Saints Fan
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Member since Sep 2005
12934 posts

re: Vr baws, is it worth it?
I got the Quest and waiting for my Index to get here.

Quest is actually a serviceable little device and can run ALVR to run stuff streaming from a computer. I had it at Momocon this weekend and setup right in the middle of the con and was able to play fine. I’ve played from the shitter as well. Very happy with the Quest as a travel unit.

Rift S has a lot of issues right now, hopefully they can figure out the audio and tracking situation with firmware updates. Comfort is garbage though, original Rift was better. Quest has the same comfort issue, always feels much better to go back to my Vive Pro.

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