A new multiplayer sci-fi first-person shooter Project Boundary has been announced for the PlayStation VR headset in China.
Are all VR games now going to have a "does it make me sick" articles before even playing the game? Different people have different tolerances. Some have no problem. Do FPS games today get the same treatment? Some get sick from them too. Where are the articles? Will VR games have a "sick level rating? Do we need them? As for the article, can't wait to see what other countries come up with for VR.
Playing a FPS game on a flat monitor is nothing like playing it in VR. And yes we need labels on games to describe the intensity level. And if I'm not mistaken it's coming.
woa ..this trailer pleasantly surprised me ..i thought i ll see another generic FPS ...but after ambience music started in combination with action are so good matched up ...i hope the game itself to be good also
please read the disclaimer when you boot up your console. every advancement in tech has its detractors, vr isn't the first. can't wait to buy it so i can form an educated opinion, and not speculate like most people that bash it are doing.
So true, i cant stand mirror edge for long periods, the colors and the movement make me sick, but im not gonna bash the game for that it would be stupid.
@above Agreed, 84% of astranaunts are sick on there first mission to space, I don't see them giving up being a astranaunt
Sorry to pick on your spelling, but what you wrote ended up being unintentionally funny. You wrote astranaunt instead of astronaut. Astran-aunt had me picturing a bunch of my father's sisters out there kicking ass in Space. :)
Well spotted, hangs head in shame at spelling it wrong. Only been into astronomy and NASA for 30yrs lol
I am glad PSVR is getting so much support and I have no doubt is going to be more popular than Oculus and Vive
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