World War Toons developer James Chung has given the chance to his daughter to try Playstation VR in her house.
To all those people who think you have to wave your arms about to enjoy VR, great vid, game looks good as well.
Lol, all the demos I saw involved very minimal arm movement. It's more leg workout if you have to stand up and duck tbh.
All kinds of stiff neck action after this.. all kindzz good video.
Looks like it has lag issues
I like sitting in a comfortable spot and not having to move while I play. Moving around is distracting and takes me out of the experience of being in the game. I'm glad all this VR is being made, but as it is right now, I'm not interested in it. I hope it does succeed though because VR 10+ years from now could be absolutely amazing, if they get these first few steps right now.
Hmm.. I wonder if PSVR will come with an age rating? Probably won't be recommended for young children, due to issues with nausea, geadaches etc. In any case, fromt hat vid it seemed that the 'look sensitiviy' still needs some calibration. The girl would look in a wide obtuse angle, but the game world seemed to only move through a smaller angle. If the PSVR headset is feature complete, then I guess Sony might really launch it this summer. They might just be waiting on more ganes for the lauch line up. I can't wait.
I have a feeling PSVR will be safe for all ages with of course a caution warning stating all the basics warning labels.
impressive... most impressive
@33 dat cat no interested in VR.
Great video, the game looks really cool too.
So you can have fun with VR just by being sit in your couch wow who would have though lol /s Can't wait to try it out myself. Did you saw the cat! Lol they are the Internet master race.
Would have been nicer if the dad got to ask daughter about her impressions of PSVR.
There seems to be some input lag in that videO?
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