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post #21 of 100
Looks good
post #22 of 100
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Originally Posted by Flying Donkey View Post

As opposed to $800 just for the headset and controller on the PC side? This is a lower cost alternative that looks to be extremely promising. For people that don't want to or are unable to get a proper PC VR setup this is a great alternative.

Hopefully this will push VR makers on the PC side to push out cheaper and higher quality headsets.

lets be real

if you can afford 900 to play around with this as an early adopter, you're probably not collecting change from the couch to buy lunch.

Quality >>>> Cost

if you want cheap VR, GearVR is pretty good
post #23 of 100
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VR in PC is much more expensive.

800 for vive or 750 for Rİft with touch controlles... Plus a GPU for 300 bucks... We are already past 1100$ mark without anything else lol.

From ground up a person needs to spend $1500 for VR in PC, preferably $2000

It is just $900 bucks on PS side.
post #24 of 100
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VR in PC is much more expensive.

800 for vive or 750 for Rİft with touch controlles... Plus a GPU for 300 bucks... We are already past 1100$ mark without anything else lol.

From ground up a person needs to spend $1500 for VR in PC, preferably $2000

It is just $900 bucks on PS side.

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.
post #25 of 100
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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.

Yeah as a person who never tried VR and I can not wait for PSVR as well... I was hesitant a bit but will preorder it for sure.

Also if VR is to take off, console VR will play a huge part for it. So we need PSVR and possibly Scorpio VR with Rift.
post #26 of 100
I might pick up a PSVR after a year. If there are more games coming out. But if it does not sell well then Sony will drop it like the move controllers.
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Yeah as a person who never tried VR and I can not wait for PSVR as well... I was hesitant a bit but will preorder it for sure.

Also if VR is to take off, console VR will play a huge part for it. So we need PSVR and possibly Scorpio VR with Rift.
I agree, PSVR will be huge for VR. It's the mainstream push VR needs. This will bring more VR games to all platforms.

I have played around a lot in VR, & I see some complaints of nausea, there definitely needs to be a main application to start VR that eases you into it. The Vive has the Lab. If your first game is some 100mph crazy road louge that can be tough on your stomach. Rift had a level of intensity on VR games. Tracking also needs to be perfect. Exciting times indeed!
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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.
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.

No way on God's green earth can you legally purchase/build a new PC system capable of playing VR for $1500.
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Here in canada a single1080 is almost 1k (for a cheap one) + vive for another 1350, you havent even included the other system parts yet. Psvr is much cheaper but ill still pass and wait for gen2- if vr lasts to gen2, the cost is horrible no matter which system you choose.
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