Landing a spinning kick on a zombie has never been so achievable.
Very interesting, althouh I don't see this catching on unless it has a proper AAA game that utilises it properly. But then again, I can't imagine playing Fallout 4 and having to run for miles and miles. I play games to be able to sit down and relax. But I guess it depends on how much you want immersion in games.
So, maybe I am being a bit cynical but I feel like VR is quickly morphing into Motion Games 2.0. Seems like a lot of the new conversations around getting a VR set focus on setting up an area to play them...clearing out the space.... which is pretty much what we heard back with Wii, Kinect and PS Move games.
I'm guessing a VR treadmill comes next ?
I like how in the picture the guy is leaning right but the game is leaning left.
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