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Experiencing RE7 with PS4 VR


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#1 DirtyHarry50

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Posted 24 January 2017 - 04:04 PM

Check this out:

But first - SPOILER ALERT - this is showing a little of the gameplay so you not want to watch to avoid seeing anything before you play. However, I'd still recommend just listening to the audio in that case which does not spoil anything.

http://www.gamespot....s/2300-6436771/
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Posted 28 January 2017 - 06:41 PM

I would not be able to handle that.
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Posted 28 January 2017 - 07:17 PM

The game, the headset weight/bulk or the VR itself? I thought I read somewhere the PS4 VR was better where dizziness was concerned where it uses one screen vs two. I also read something about Sony requiring all PS4 VR titles have to run at a steady 60 FPS to prevent motion sickness or something like that. That seems to be a problem for some people with those.
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Posted 30 January 2017 - 08:58 AM

The game.

First person horror in VR would just be too much for me. Never been a big fan of horror games :teehee:
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Posted 30 January 2017 - 11:08 AM

I've always enjoyed the thrill of a good a horror film but decent scares traditionally have been hard to come by with games as a rule. This one does look good. I recently tried a bit of Outlast and it wasn't long before something happened that scared the hell out of me. I need to go back to that. Fortunately, it came up on sale for dirt cheap with the DLC also very cheap for the PS4 so I bought it again there for a total of something like seven bucks I think it was. This way I can creep out on the couch in the dark with the headphones on and my faithful cat Edward on my lap to protect me. He is quite the fierce little character I've found whilst playing with him. I rescued him from a local kill shelter just prior to Christmas and we've become the best of friends. I'm totally wandering away from the topic here but this little guy just loves perching on me and watching the television when I play games.
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Posted 30 January 2017 - 08:15 PM

According to "The Mummy" cats are the guardians of the afterlife.  Your lap is totally safe with Edward on it.  Too bad for the rest of you though.  Authorities will most likely find just your discorporated lap with a hackled up cat sitting on it racking the slides of its 2 WSTE-M5 Combat Shotguns.
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