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
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.
WHAT dafuq you mean this is not a must have? THIS IS A MUST HAVE. I am over 40 and it beats plugging quarters into a machine!!!! I want it just based on your gameplay here! NOT your review! Just sayin'
Bought mine two days ago for $190, it came with the camera and gran turismo sports too, plus rush of blood is free for ps plus users. Have been enjoying it so much it so much fun, my mom is really enjoying too.
Never tried the first Gen but the 2nd and I'm not impressed. I'm very impressed with the games/software and the crazy potential but the hardware is lacking. VR rn is rudimentary so good luck finding any headset with a very crisp and clear resolution. Resolution is a big problem in the realm of VR. The 2nd gen has a rubber mask all around, not a soft cushion which doesn't give you a full seal of immersion, not sure what the 1st gen has or if it's the same. I have a Gear VR and in comfort, adjustment and immersion it actually makes the PS VR look like crap which honestly shocked me. I never had my glasses fogged up in the Gear, here in the PS VR it happens often and it's not even a full seal. I take a good 5mins adjusting it and trying to get a clear image and get annoyed at the fruitless efforts to 'doable'. Every. Fucking. Time. It makes me feel retarded for going to such lengths and a novice each time, you'd figure that after the 15x this would be faster and you know what settings you require but nope... 5mins adjusting. Once you have all of that settled and you're launching stuff, it's pretty solid. I did get massive headaches within mins which shocked me cause the previous Gear VR never did. I had expected a much better experience with a pricer headset but nope, my head would feel hot and I'd get a trembling pain, something I never experienced before. I readjust the headset a bit and it helped a little. I played a lot on my Gear VR and used it for 10+hrs at a time, from gaming to surfing, never any headache or discomfort so I'm baffled. You feel the plastic bulk of the 2nd gen so if this was an upgrade, yikes, can't imagine the 1st generation. I'll be skipping it entirely and wait out for the 3rd gen next yr.
Totally! and with the new price, you get even more value. loving mine right now. even made a video of it. but yea, glad i waited a full year before buying it. I remember when it was 400 just for the headset...smh
see the way i see it. is for the others even though the vr headsets themselves are comparable price wise.. the systems they require is where they differ widely. if you want a proper gaming pc it seems like your going to spend minimum of a grand. not including the vr headset. so in my opinion the playstation vr for a cost effective stand point is a solid option. personally i do no build pc's, i've been contemplating it but its just not in my budget.and i have a ps4 at the moment so im considering getting the ps vr kit. which is shown here now can be had for about 359.00.