Lucky's Tale = Awesome Mario clone for VR.
InCell = Awful.
Two very different extremes.
There was a God of War demo showcased for PlayStation VR at the original announcement, but has never been playable outside of SIE. http://www.vrfocus.com/2014...
Mass Effect 1 & 2 'interactive cinematic sequences'. I'm in.
This has already come a long way since the early preview builds...
What's in the box?
It looks like Gamestop kind of spilt the beans here, but great to have some more information.
Umm... it's not released yet. You must've been thinking of a different game!
'good line up'
Some of these comments are not nice. But then, I guess they're all based on the price, which is pretty steep.
VR is the buzzword of now, so it makes sense...
Reminds me of the F-Zero AX cabinet with the rollercoaster type chair. i.e. Awesome.
"While there will no doubt be an innovative coder somewhere in the world who will tackle the challenge of creating an application that allows for an Xbox One ‘virtual cinema’ prior to the launch of the official software, at this time no such support exists." ;)
Was announced that it will March 2014. Project Morpheus only though.
Yup. Link is in the article.
That was the initial reveal, this is the details announced later.
It's a regular feature series on VRFocus about how each aspect of VR - hardware, software, publishers etc. - work for or against the whole. This edition concentrates on the Oculus Rift's performance in 2014.
...nothing like a bit of constructive criticism, eh? ;) (And just so you know, this is just one weekly feature when there's an average of 60+ articles going live on the website!)
You have misunderstood. American pre-order. Pants = trousers in America.
No problem! :)
Yep, November: http://vrfocus.com/archives...
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