Top 5 PlayStation VR Games: https://youtu.be/vQCDtJWP6d8
The PSVR is here for the Sony PlayStation 4 but is it worth it?
PlayStation VR vs Oculus Rift vs HTC Vive: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yeoi3R8lHaw
2 things I hate. 1. That playstation didn't add additional settings apon first setting up your psvr to perfect the view (because you can make it more clear in settings) and 2. That u guys judge the graphics and resolution before acknowledging there's even setting adjustments
Is this worth $500. Hell no the games are limited or I have to wait for ever for a good one like ace combat whenit comes out in December. The other thing is you can't watch things from the Internet llike some skydiving, or on a roller coaster and yes even porn. The little rude ass clowns at best buy don't tell you need to go on line using you pc and download the vr video onto a thumb drive and it has to be on a certain kind of folder and even then sometimes the ps4 won't read it so you also have to download a app that helps to much bullshit to do where as the other one's you can just plug it in and done evev the cardboard vr is easier to use. And don't get me started on the ps4 stupid little motion controllers or that pore excuse for a first person shooter gun that looks like something you might use at yoga class and I bet you anything if they come out with a better one it will be as much as a ps4. I would say around $ 300. To $500. I am getting sick and tired of Sony I think I might go see what the other VRs have to offer and pc gaming as well.
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I like the framerate, looks like 60% of the time you were playing under 30 fps. In theory, if you play beyond 80 fps, you will start to feel sick, so i think i'll get the htc vive or vive pro/3/whatever the f*ck it's called when i get a decent pc and the 600 bucks to pay for the headset.
People who do not have VR do not understand what VR REALLY is. VR experience is unlike any game or any new version of any game you have ever experienced. It is an absolutely surreal experience, especially if you jump straight into an amazing VR game like Farpoint. You will be completely blown away, if you have not experienced VR before.
I am 40, and a tech guy who stayed away from all things VR and never tried it, until... I jumped straight into VR with my first game being Farpoint. I am telling you, words cannot describe it, because even these words are on a flat screen and VR is not. You are surrounded by another world, the trauma of being attacked is real because it is true one to one scale and things jumping at your face really feel like something is attacking you, its jarring.
Lie down and keep your eyes open and throw a pillow in the air and let it land on your face. Now do it again and imagine that the pillow is a dog sized spider with a mouth full of fangs and you might get just a slight idea what a VR attack in Farpoint feels like. Its an experience that you have to try directly in order to understand its potency. Its truly brilliant.
You cannot buy an experience like this through regular flat screen gaming. The first time you literally walk onto an alien planet? Come on! If you have the money go get this, you will not regret it.
I gotta be honest i wasn't that impressed with the playstation vr. It is not full hd and you can definitely notice how grainy the images are. For the price it costs you'd expect it to be more advanced than it actually is.
Just bought the VR bundle the other day & to be honest.... It’s kinda underwhelming. Yes it can be immersive at times but what kills the experience for me is just how bad the graphics are. I can see every square pixel on the headset & everything is blurry as hell. I’ve gotten spoiled with the graphics on the PS4 Pro. Also I can see theOverall the Technology is not quite there yet. Maybe in about 5 more years we will have much better Virtual Reality. Is it worth buying? Sure at around $200 bucks, but not for $500. This is coming from a die hard Sony/PS fanboy.
My guy you play GTA V and black ops, And your videos are all in 720p
Shut your fucking mouth about FPS being bad until you can figure out what 1080p is.
Not to mention that he is talking about it being worth it for the price, The PSVR is about $250~ and the vive is $600 (Vive was 800 at launch, I doubt your parents would buy you something that expensive)
You are paying less and therefor getting an inferior product, It is still a much better example of VR than a gear VR of google cardboard.
Oh, nice edited comment too.
You gotta love the way these tech show hosts look. This guy looks like he got picked on for beatin off under the desk in highschool. His hair look like roadkill that been smashed to the road for weeks.