Originally Posted by FatalProximity
These reviews are disappointing. PSVR is supposed to be the introduction of vr to the mass market and it.
This is my biggest fear. Sony jumping on it without adequate hardware is hurting more than helping. Also doesn't help that the game's visually are hardly impressive. The cpu is too weak and the gpu is not cutting it either. The cpu is still far too weak even with the upcoming Pro model for anything even remotely intensive. It will be far better suited for exploration games w/o much AI or anything cpu intensive where it can let the GPU do the heavy lifting.
Originally Posted by Newbie2009
PC great consoles suck etc etc etc
I think Sony deserve a lot of credit in launching this. As someone who is just curious about VR, I will pick one up.
Games like Driveclub VR, Resident evil and I think aliens isolation would be awesome in VR. Exciting times.
What people fail to understand is the games that PS4 can already barely run at 30fps on a single screen have absolutely zero chance running in VR on the system. Don't expect these games on the pro model, either.
Originally Posted by iARDAs
VR in PC is much more expensive.
From ground up a person needs to spend $1500 for VR in PC, preferably $2000
It is just $900 bucks on PS side.
If you can spend $900 for video games you can save a little more and spend $1500. Otherwise please rethink your financial purchases and get your act together before dropping that cash on games.
That said, in this case a cheaper price also means a cheaper experience. Low res, low frame rate, low performance system. No thanks.Edited by SoloCamo - 10/5/16 at 3:48pm