Angmar Reid wrote: Eragon123 wrote:
I play PC (or PC-based VR games) nearly exclusively. The majority of mobile games (and VR games for that matter) just don’t have the longevity, depth, and options that I want from games (outside of a select few). I also never really got into consoles, I’ve been using keyboard/mouse for so long that I’m terrible with a controller!
My current favorite games to play are:
- Insurgency: Sandstorm (a team-based FPS, excellent for jumping in for 15-20 mins at a time, which is usually all I have time for)
- The Witcher 3 (an RPG with an insanely large world and amount of stuff to do)
- Battlefield V (for when I want a slightly more realistic/older FPS)
- Kingdom Come Deliverance (a realistic medieval RPG)
You play Kingdom Come? Cool! I actually looked into the game for a while. Looks really neat. Is it fun to play? Is it as realistic as it claims to be?
It's definitely a blast to play! I'd say it's fairly realistic, definitely much more so than most RPGs. It's not extremely realistic, but realistic enough that it stands out from most other games, while still being fun enough that you don't get bored playing it. The combat system in particular is quite interesting, and a little tricky to get used to - which I like. It definitely takes practice to get used to, instead of just spamming your melee attacks or having a marker on the screen showing where your arrow is going to land. It's also a little more realistic in the storyline, where you are just a normal person, not some super human hero who is feared/awed/respected by everyone. There's a lot of neat side quests, the map is pretty massive, and the graphics are awesome. I'd definitely recommend it if you like a rather realistic and story-heavy medieval first person RPG!
Romeo wrote:been watching a youtuber lately called HeyImBee, she plays the VR minecraft it looks pretty cool. She also plays some VR chat thing with a full body tracker which looks cool, pointless but funny as hell. Might get me a ps4 solely for the VR headset actually but they got a long way to go to look something like Tron Legacy lol
I actually haven't tried VR Minecraft yet. I never played Minecraft back when it first became popular, I only started a few months ago. Because of that, I've been enjoying survival mode for a while - VR Minecraft is one of the next things I want to try. Never tried VR Chat, I'm not a huge fan of socializing
I've heard PSVR is decent, though the choices and headset quality are worse than a PCVR headset - the downside of which is that you need a pretty good computer for some of the better VR games.
It's true that most VR experiences/games are still pretty small and don't have too much content, though there are definitely a few that really stand out. There was a new release that just came out this past week called Asgard's Wrath which is one of the few VR RPGs, and by far the best one (I've been having a blast with it). VR also really shines when it comes to somewhat-repetitive experiences that give you a lot of different ways to use the same types of content. BeatSaber is one of the more well known games, though I've found a bunch of other combat games that are fun to dip in and out.