PlayStation VR2 Review: The New Gold Standard in Virtual Reality Gaming | Man of Many

Rob Edwards: "To put it bluntly, the PlayStation VR2 has reinvigorated my affection for gaming, delivering experiences unlike anything I've seen. I’ve spent more time gaming in the brief window since the VR2 launched than the rest of the last year. And having spent a considerable amount of that time sharing the VR2 experience with friends—some of whom are nonplussed when it comes to traditional gaming experiences but were absolutely floored by what’s on offer here—I can confidently say this is a truly remarkable piece of gaming hardware.

The PlayStation VR2 is the new gold standard for at-home virtual reality and I can’t wait to see what developers do with this technology in the years to come."

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Solitariussaint116d ago

PSVR2 rocks! I'm happy to see newcomers to the lands of Virtual Reality.

SullysCigar116d ago

The games are coming thick and fast too. The quality seems a LOT higher than last gen, on average.

Neonridr116d ago

it helps that this time the PSVR is getting more PC ports too. Something the first PSVR was missing.

SullysCigar116d ago

^ True dat, @Neon.

Still hoping for updated versions of Insomniac's PC VR games - maybe followed by sequels.

DaCajun116d ago

Does work well using it as a regular screen to play non VR games or watch movies/videos. I liked the PSVR 1 except using it to watch movies or play nonVR games the screen kept drifting to the left, if I'm remembering correctly, making me adjust my head by turning it over time until I recentered the screen.

Abnor_Mal116d ago

PSVR2 is my preferred way of gaming this gen, and where most of my money will be spent.

Babadook7116d ago

Come to think of it I’m in the same boat. FF7 rebirth or maybe FF16 could take time away from psvr2 but these days if I game, it’s in vr.

Abnor_Mal116d ago

Exactly, only flat games I’m planning to play are FF16 and Spider-Man2. Everything else will be vr based until Sony reveals more of their first party plans.

Magog116d ago

Being in the game rather than an outside observer makes it an entirely different experience from flat gaming. Going back to flat gaming after playing VR feels like taking a step backwards in time.

ROCKY28116d ago

Need WipEout Omega to be BC please Sony and I will but one today !

philm87116d ago

I'm even starting to play non-VR in the PSV2's cinema mode because it looks so incredible and it extra immersive. Will already take me years to get through the PSVR2 games I want to play.

DaleCooper116d ago

That sounds fun. I'll be checking this out.

Abnor_Mal116d ago

Same, I’ve been playing may of my flat games in cinematic mode. It just adds more to the game when you have to look at different parts of the screen to see everything.

Next I will try a flat shooter, since I have to wait for Crossfire: Sierra squad. Maybe I’ll pick up Pavlov since I keep hearing good things about it, not really into mp games but one could be alright I guess.

F0XH0UND922115d ago

Pavlov is a ton fun imo. I would definitely give it a go if I were you.

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Journey to Foundation Begins its PSVR 2 & Quest 2 Trip This Month

Archiact has announced that its sci-fi adventure Journey to Foundation will arrive for PSVR 2, Quest 2 and PICO 4 in late October.

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ApocalypseShadow9h ago

I'm going to check it. Sci-fi and VR is a good mix.


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