Saturn was one of my favorite consoles. but whatever
unfortunately this is a standalone title, not an add on for the original
psvr is a great product, and mine certainly isnt collecting dust. however, it is a fair criticism that some of the games are too expensive. i would have bought several more games for it if not for their prices. robinson was a lot of fun, but theres no way i would have bought it at the suggested $60. thankfully amazon had me covered for half that price.
these are all growing pains, its a new tech and developers, manufacturers etc will figure these things out in time. being an early ...
any vr title with "experience" in the name should be free. $15 for this is a joke.
i had sound drop out several times in lords of the fallen. it was often followed by a crash. if you notice it again, id recommend saving right away and restarting the application
if you have an external hdd with enough space, you could back up the data to the external, transfer the drive to the pro, and transer the data
the good news is that if if doesnt sell, the price will drop really quickly
cinematic mode does not look as bad as you might think. not as sharp as a tv of course, but its completely playable. i was pleasantly surprised when I saw it first hand, after reading about how bad it is.
resolution is not as big a deal to me as journalists make it out to be. some games look really low res, sure. however, after a bit you get used to it.
and on the other hand it completely depends on the game. some games look very clean.
not all games use the teleporting method either. most have an option of regular movement or teleport. i do prefer moving manually, but it did take some getting used to at first.
worth every penny so far, to me. I've played it almost every day since launch
this is misleading. there is no pro version. they only implemented the specs of the base ps4, and are unlikely to patch it.
this isnt surprising to me, as this game was initially revealed as a ps3 game.
its the second game to list at that price. battlezone is also $60. i dont know why there is a discrepancy between msrp and Amazon, but i certainly appreciate having this pre ordered for essentially half price.
amazon (US) currently has it up for pre order at $40 ($32 for prime members). i jumped on that pre order price, and anyone interested should too. in the event they change it to $60 and dont honor the preorder price, you can always just cancel it.
ive hardly played anything that isnt VR since it released. truly an amazing experience. i watched a lot of previews leading up to release, and even knowing what some games look like, it still blows me away once im in the headset.
i think its worth it. has some fun experiences, and the ocean decent is a great demo to show to people who arent gamers and dont know how to use a controller well.
here they lie is the only game ive played that makes me feel really uncomfortable due to simulation sickness. i havent played this game, but rush of blood is fun
absolutely worth it. my whole family loves it
its stable. i played a little bit and felt fine. its another game that varies by person
it will be one of the bigger obstacles for developers, i agree. however, as stated by many others already, it also depends on the person. i played some driveclub vr today and felt mostly fine. just a couple of moments of being slightly uncomfortable. wasnt a big deal, and only lasted a couple of moments. it certainly wasnt enough that i needed to stop playing.
for those of you who are complaining about the graphics of psvr, have you missed the disclaimers in a lot of videos that recorded resolution is lower than whats actually in the headset? of course its not going to be as sharp as what we are used to seeing on our hdtvs, but it should be better than what this video shows.
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