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The 7 Best PSVR 2 Games to Play While Sitting Down, Ranked

The best PSVR 2 games to play while sitting down don't usually require much movement or put players in a vehicle that does most of the heavy lifting.

Although the majority of PSVR 2 games support both seated and standing positions, the latter may not always be an option for some players. Sony's latest virtual reality headset has those players covered, with the hardware boasting plenty of great games that can be enjoyed while sitting down.

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HeliosHex427d ago

Lol I never play standing for any game.

FortWaba427d ago

Pavlov is kind of awkward while sitting. Reloading requires reaching at an angle that's just not exactly ergonomic unles you're standing.

HeliosHex427d ago

@fortwaba. Oh no I totally get it. When iam playing walking dead its awkward putting my weapons away, reaching for backpack etc. Iam just a lazy gamer lol.

SullysCigar427d ago

I heard a guy the other day saying that he sits on a stool so that he can still reach down if needs be. I thought that was a pretty good idea.

I prefer just to stand for most games and just play for shorter periods if I'm knackered, but that's not an option for everyone. I do like to slob on the sofa in VR and play Puzzling Places or Demeo.

Leeroyw427d ago

I just want to play AAA and AA titles sitting down in VR. Sometimes I wonder if I'm in the minority. I don't really want to act out everything.

Viljong426d ago

Missed switchback. Is ment to be played sitting but upper body movement required. Walking dead is stand up game. I only sit when back to restin place camp. Pavlov is best for room scale, there is no crouch button so you need to take cover and get down yourself which is great.

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Sony no longer cares about the PSVR 2, and neither should you

It's a sad, disappointing story that could have been so much better.

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M3talDiamond16h ago

Drop the price and a lot of people will care

blackblades15h ago

Can't drop price when you'll lose money. Also to note people keep talking about wanting them to do a vita 2. In reality it'll end up the same way as this and the vita. Then the same people would B* and say the same thing.

Cacabunga11h ago(Edited 11h ago)

I will care when they allow backward compatibility.. i do not want 2 headsets for my PS4 library

JackBNimble6h ago

If sony wants psvr2 to be mainstream, then they drop the price. Obviously they won't do that and it will just end up dying like the vita.

StormSnooper14h ago

Not sure what this article is about because they just released a bunch of games for it…

Babadook710h ago

I’ll give you one word.

FUD.

They’ve been at that since day one. They want it dead.

ChasterMies13h ago

Sony dropped the price for their summer sales event.

fr0sty10h ago

Nothing more annoying than articles that assume things, and articles that tell you what to think, and this one does both.

-Foxtrot1h ago

I don’t think a price drop will make a difference

We’re just not quite there with VR to make huge impacts

Everytime we do make improvements it’s so expensive that you’ll never make it mainstream

Just seems pointless

We’ve had cool stuff like Half Life Alyx for example but most people still would just prefer a more traditional experience with these games for mass appeal. I can appreciate the cool things VR does for a game like that but if it didn’t have VR and it was just a standard game as long as it’s top quality I’ll rate it high regardless.

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ocelot0715h ago

I care as soon I can have one headset that works on both pc and ps5.

fr0sty10h ago

They have an adapter coming in August that enables just that.

ocelot079h ago

My comment should of been written like this.

I care, As soon I can have one headset that works on both pc and ps5.

Fishy Fingers14h ago(Edited 14h ago)

Admirable for persisting but after PSVR is it any surprise?

Half baked PC release feels more like an effort to shift dead stock then anything else.

bunt-custardly13h ago

Not enough people buying the hardware. The strategy from the get-go should have been these hybrid releases and as mentioned in the article, some form of wizardry like Praydog's UEVR mod for older Playstation titles converted into VR with very little effort once the software is sorted.

Basically a lack of vision from the corporate side.

Babadook710h ago

Praydog may be wizardry but the experience isn’t there.

As a long time supporter of VR the experience of VR2 is pretty awesome.

bunt-custardly6h ago

I haven't tried PSVR 2 but on your other point, I am gonna have to disagree with you there strongly. As a PCVR user (RTX 4090 PC), playing games that weren't meant for VR even with a gamepad is way better than playing flatscreen. I guess it boils down to whether you're one of those people who believe "It's not VR without motion controllers" or not. I always remind people who take this stance of when the CV1 Oculus RIFT launched without those controllers vs HTC Vive. Regardless of the differences, CV1 players still had a great time in VR, as they did with the previous Oculus DK1 & 2. Being immersed in the game world, feeling the sense-of-scale does not require motion controllers as a prerequisite.

MIDGETonSTILTS1713h ago

Ummm, they’re releasing at least 4 high profile games for the headset in 2024 alone:
1) Metro VR
2) Behemoth
3) Aliens
4) War Thunder

That’s more games than SOME platforms release in an entire gen…. So how can you say Sony doesn’t care about their latest headset?

Fishy Fingers13h ago(Edited 13h ago)

"They're" not releasing any of those, all 3rd party. Has Sony developed or published a single PSVR2 game since 2023?

ocelot0713h ago

In that case then Sony no longer cares about the ps5 and neither should we right? Only released helldivers 2 so far this year. What's next astrobot in September?

The thing is. The PSVR2 can absolutely survive on just 3rd party releases. Ps5 has proved is this year. Just as Xbox did for the last 10 years.

Fishy Fingers13h ago

Odd, your supporting argument for proving Sony cares about PSVR2 is that they hasn't released much for PS5 either? Interesting take.

But there is a difference, we know PS5 games are coming, being worked both by Sony and their collaboration with other studios and there is a constant and consistent release of 3rd party. PSVR2, not so much.