Skyrim has been around for six years now. Since its release I have played the game on PC, PS3, Xbox 360, PS4, and now, I am playing on PSVR with Skyrim VR.
brilliant game in VR, people who say different needs to try it first :)
I've never been a fan of many Bethesda games but this is very intriguing. I can't imagine how much more immersive it must be to be totally in that world.
I'm glad I waited to get VR because this is the game to jump into! It's so freaking cool!!!!
I personally gotta wait for the price drop. Otherwise VR is really shaping up to be it's own thing instead of a gimmicky add-on. Resident Evil 7, Batman Arkham VR, and now even Skyrim. The vibes are good!
Shaping up to be? It always was its own thing. It was never a gimmick or an add-on to begin with.
I'd argue otherwise. The early days of VR only offered "mini-game" type of games. Most of the early titles were below the official $60 USD mark and offered 2-4 hours of unique game play. Now we have full fledged games available to play entirely in VR.
I really wanna try this in VR. I feel like the gameplay would translate almost perfectly to VR. Not a fan of RPG's (just not my style really)...bought Skyrim....STILL haven't played it too much. Shame on me, because I really want to get into it, it just becomes too slow for me that I lose interest. I regret saying ALL OF THAT, because I see why people love this game and I truly do too.....I think this might be that thing to bring me into the series. Shame on me for saying that. Skyrim is amazing
I think the slow pacing is a plus for VR. Taking the time to smell the flowers in VR is such an amazing experience!
I feel the same way. I have played a few hours of it and I bet it would translate beautifully. If this works well, could you imagine an MMO in VR?! That is when I become a fan of RPG's right there.
There is that weird VR chatroom game that kinda gives us a look into how communication in an MMO may work. Seems very troll-ish, but then again, communicating online is always troll-ish.
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