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"Would be 5 starts cuz I love this technology but some games just give you bad motion sickness. Superhot VR and Beat Sabers are must. I had a PS VR and I hated being tethered down with wires and bumping into things. I feel like this is much safer with making your own guardian zone and you can see everything around you once you get to the guardian limits. I want to try more games but I do worry I won’t play them due to nausea. Lots of potential though especially if you got the dough for the treadmill pad type set up. I think that this could be 5 starts in the future. It really is fun.
Side note. I know all of us who own an Oculus and saw Ready Player One were wondering how is everyone doing this without vomiting on themselves lol. "
"I thought initially that this was going to be a gimmick but boy I was wrong. You get immersed in the games and it is definitely not for those who get dizzy. The Walking Dead game is one of my favorites and Beat Saber gives you a workout. They are getting more big-name titles to the console but there definitely isn’t the depth you would get from one of the big 3 consoles. "
"I was super skeptical of how much use out of it, and how well the thing will actually work. I got it to use WIN Reality, and take basically unlimited batting practice. Now I box, shoot, sword and board. It definitely was worth the investment so far if you can pay the price tag on it.
My only knock is you need a relatively large space. Batting gets a little tight because it needs something like 10x10 space. Boxing is like boxing in a phone booth if you don't use an 8x8 space. So you need a large open area to get the most use out of it."
"This thing is super fun. Actually playing the game is completely different than watching someone’s gameplay. It seems everyone has the initial “thrill” and will play it constantly, then it kind of sits until you get the urge to play. Not quite “The Oasis” but we are getting there"