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ztpayne7

@Rudy_Manchego haha that's okay. I like harder difficulties to an extent. So that won't be a turnoff for me. I'm not able to buy any more games right now but I love checking out all these demos!

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MadchesterManc

Battlezone co-op sounds good. IT does get tough, even on Easy towards the end of a campaign, so some extra guns would do some good. Multiplayer is a little quiet lately tho otherwise I'd have already tried the co-op.

Probably going to pick up another VR game this weekend. I think I've got a solid base of games so I can now branch out to try some 'experiences' and other games. Not sure what to get though...

You guys find VR can actually save some games from mediocrity? Here They Lie seems one of those. In VR its really atmospheric to the point it creeps me out so much I stop playing lol but I can't really see it being anywhere close to that when played in 2D mode. It's not really a good game at all, but it does get saved by some good PSVR atmospherics.

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Rudy_Manchego

@MadchesterManc I played Bound in VR and it absolutely blew me away but playing it without didn't have the same effect and I can see why the release version without VR didn't get reviewed amazingly.

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MadchesterManc

Picked up RIGS & Resi 7 at the weekend. RIGS is a good one, really tough against the AI when you first start out tho. It can get pretty hectic as well, which makes it the first game to have me feeling a little queasy at first. Think I'm getting used to it now and managed a good few games earlier

Only put about an hour into Resi 7 so far, hasn't really taken off yet but seems good so far. Has me considering a Pro tho as there's a noticeable drop in resolution the Pro mode apparently fixes. When you first start outside it looked pretty bad, but once inside the house it fared a lot better admittedly. Which control method do you guys use for it in VR? I have it set to turn with the analogue, but if I don't turn my head along with it it feels odd. Not really a fan of the snap turn method myself so I don't use it

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carlos82

Not really a purchase but I have downloaded the Spiderman experience and my god this could be an amazing game if they'd give it a go

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Rudy_Manchego

@carlos82 I need to have a go on that. Might download when I get home...

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carlos82

@Rudy_Manchego its very short and unfortunately ends just as it gets going but it's another one of those which shows the amazing potential of VR

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MadchesterManc

Feel as though I should really stop buying VR games for a bit & pick up the Move and Aim controller instead. There's some stuff I wanna play but you either need the move or its a lot better with the Aim controller.

Sold my Ps4 at the weekend and threw the extra money towards a Ps4 Pro. Only tried RIGS & Battlezone through it so far on the headset, but there's a definite improvement to image quality with everything looking smoother. Just need to get my Resi 7 back from my nephew so I can fire that up, I hear the Pro improvements are pretty good on that one in VR.

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Rudy_Manchego

@MadchesterManc I found a huge improvement in Battlezone with the PS4 Pro when I upgraded and Bound as well I think. I enjoyed getting the Move controllers, just because there is more support out there and I thought Rush of Blood and Batman Arkham, as well as PSVR Worlds were great with the Move controllers.

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SoulChimera

Played through the first courses (Giant Room I think) on Infintie Golf before work this morning. Loved it. Zen are extremely good when it comes to the ambience in VR worlds.

Pinball FX VR is exceptional too.

I just wish they would add move support to their games.

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Rudy_Manchego

I bought Thumper in the sale the other week. Hoping to get a go on this - been holding out to play the VR version over non VR on PS4 or Switch.

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SoulChimera

@Rudy_Manchego Thumper is an amazing game in VR. Turn your headphones up full blast and get ready to feel like your head is exploding.

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Rudy_Manchego

@lacerz Yeah I was torn between the two because I think there were offers on both but Thumper has been on my list since launch. Hoping to get to it this weekend.

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lacerz

@Rudy_Manchego
Thumper is good. You won't regret the purchase.

Superhot VR is good too.

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Rorebore

Splurged on everything I could after buying my PSVR

'Just one more' Addictive games;
Dirt Rally - Hard and intense but great fun. Plays like a dream.
Rigs - My favourite game - looks great. Very impressive
Super Hot VR - Not amazing graphics but hilarious fun. The idea (time only moves when you do) is a genius VR gameplay function and will be repeated.
Thumper - Starts off meditative. 2 minutes later your screaming at the screen. Great rhythm game.
'immersive' experiences
Heist - 1 hour of great immersion. You'll only play it a couple of times. Hopefully, we'll see a similar game in 'full mode'. Only thing really worthwhile on VR Worlds
Batman - Not the excitement some may expect (although the set up could be used for combat batman game) but lots of little details make it amazingly absorbing experience if not a 'hectic' one.
Star Wars - Fantasies fulfilled! A bit easy and short (though free), but wow!
Rush of Blood - really well done and good value. Does start to wear thing towards end and is a simple concept but definitely worth the money.
'Not sure' yet
Resi Evil 7 - Like in normal mode, it is quite claustrophobic and one of the only ones, I've felt a bit queasy, so hard to say I've 'enjoyed it' so far, but definitely an experience.
Farpoint - Only played an hour or so. Good fun, but shallow and simplistic without aim controller. Still, good fun for the (now reduced) money.

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Rudy_Manchego

@Rorebore I tried Rigs again but for some reason, I get the queasy factor. Wish it didn't as it is quite fun apart from that.

I picked up Archangel on a chance as it was reduced from £40 down to £16 and features a giant mech. Wasn't too impressed but I need to try it standing up as sitting doesn't lend to the effect. I felt the gunplay didn't feel meaty enough.

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Rorebore

Stick with it. I've found my initial nausea (esp with Resi Evil, Rally, Farpoint) seemed to get a lot better after a couple weeks of regular use.
I wasn't that taken with Rigs originally. Got beaten a lot and felt sick, but it's worn off now and I love it.
When I got the PSVR, I thought it'd be great for 'experiences' and to show off to friends. A week later, I thought it was great for short bursts of intense gaming. Now, I've no qualms about being in it for 4 hours at a time and can't wait for bigger and better. I initially thought Skyrim VR was a daft idea, but as my tolerance goes up I'm coming around to it (as long as they get it right).

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Rudy_Manchego

@Rorebore Yeah, I'll give it another good bash. It is odd, I felt no real sickness with Farpoint or some of the other longer games, can happily game a few hours at a time but Rigs made me go full on nausea pretty quickly.

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Simon_Fitzgerald

@Rudy_Manchego @Rorebore Exactly the same for me, I really struggle with nausea when playing RIGS. I think it is because you aim by looking around, you end up moving your head a lot and it's often in a different direction to that of which you are travelling.

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