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What VR Headset would you Recommend?
« on: December 28, 2015, 10:48:43 AM »
Since Oculus and other Headsets are going to be out next Year I'm thinking of getting one, but which one should I really get?


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Re: What VR Headset would you Recommend?
« Reply #1 on: December 31, 2015, 07:16:14 AM »
It's hard to tell, since most "reviews" are well, let's just say "bad" and none of those things are out.
it's kind of a question: Which preorder game is going to be the best, Anyway, I'd recommend getting something that comes with the controller/controllers, and not makes you use xbone or ps4 one.
That's my advice.
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Re: What VR Headset would you Recommend?
« Reply #2 on: December 31, 2015, 03:53:36 PM »
Honestly I really do think that they should be skipped. Even though VR works, I can't think of any real game that would use this sort of thing except games adapted to use it or demosused to test it. I feel that VR isn't going to be as popular as the controller or keyboard and mouse and it'll just be looked at like its some gimmicky device. Nintendo attempted to do this with the virtual boy and failed. Decades after,  suddenly people are doing VR headsets again but with least probability of failing horribly, but it will just be looked at as some sort of gimmick.

Wait to see if they actually become popular enough and people don't view it as a gimmick, and then buy one. To me though, VR is just a big gimmick.
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Re: What VR Headset would you Recommend?
« Reply #3 on: December 31, 2015, 04:29:32 PM »
Honestly I really do think that they should be skipped. Even though VR works, I can't think of any real game that would use this sort of thing except games adapted to use it or demosused to test it. I feel that VR isn't going to be as popular as the controller or keyboard and mouse and it'll just be looked at like its some gimmicky device. Nintendo attempted to do this with the virtual boy and failed. Decades after,  suddenly people are doing VR headsets again but with least probability of failing horribly, but it will just be looked at as some sort of gimmick.

Wait to see if they actually become popular enough and people don't view it as a gimmick, and then buy one. To me though, VR is just a big gimmick.
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Re: What VR Headset would you Recommend?
« Reply #4 on: January 01, 2016, 11:21:41 AM »
Honestly I really do think that they should be skipped. Even though VR works, I can't think of any real game that would use this sort of thing except games adapted to use it or demosused to test it. I feel that VR isn't going to be as popular as the controller or keyboard and mouse and it'll just be looked at like its some gimmicky device. Nintendo attempted to do this with the virtual boy and failed. Decades after,  suddenly people are doing VR headsets again but with least probability of failing horribly, but it will just be looked at as some sort of gimmick.

Wait to see if they actually become popular enough and people don't view it as a gimmick, and then buy one. To me though, VR is just a big gimmick.

This. I'd wait a couple of years until a good group of people who know their shit to get to looking over every one. I'd dodge the Oculus though, They don't like adult content and really don't want to be associated with any sort of adultery.