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    OK, I've managed to save up £350 to buy a PSVR and I'm starting to look around for one but I'm already reading a lot of people just aren't using them. Either the games aren't there or the hardware involved isn't up to scratch. Read a lot about lenses fogging up and resolution being very below par. So the question is, do I go for the PSVR or go for the Nintendo Switch instead? I've always loved Nintendo but they always suffer from not really being supported by third party software so while you might get a handful of superb games, you don't a great selection. I'd love to hear your thoughts!
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    Default Re: PSVR or Nintendo Switch

    Also heard bad stuff about the PSVR, I know one guy who has one and doesn't really use the VR stuff hardly anymore.

    If I had to choose it would be the switch but like you said almost fuck all third party support. Apart from the launch 3rd party announcements Nintendo always seem to have no support after that.

    e.g. Nintendo/Bethesda big announcement of a Switch version of Skyrim.... bet it's the only Bethesda title it gets.

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    Default Re: PSVR or Nintendo Switch

    The only use I found for "VR" was porn, using Google Cardboard and my Nexus 5X and even that was a pain in the neck (literally). At the moment VR is just a gimmick like it's predecessors PS Move and Kinect. If I had £350 spare for gaming I would probably spend it on a good headset and a few games. However being more realistic, if I had £350 spare the missus would find twenty different ways to spend it on the house or on the baby

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyprus View Post
    The only use I found for "VR" was porn, using Google Cardboard and my Nexus 5X and even that was a pain in the neck (literally). At the moment VR is just a gimmick like it's predecessors PS Move and Kinect. If I had £350 spare for gaming I would probably spend it on a good headset and a few games. However being more realistic, if I had £350 spare the missus would find twenty different ways to spend it on the house or on the baby
    Yeah, tbh if I hadn't saved the money from birthdays and Christmas it might be used elsewhere. I've got a decent headset so it's kind of burning a hole in my pocket.

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    Default Re: PSVR or Nintendo Switch

    I have had a PSVR for the last week and really enjoying it. Yes, the res is low and the graphics tuned down but I stop noticing it as soon as I start playing games. Just bought Eve Valkyrie and its fantastic. The 3D and sense of scale is mind blowing. London Heist on PSVR worlds is really good and I've played a demo of Driveclub VR which is the first time in a long time that I've enjoyed playing a driving game. I'll admit, there aren't a lot of titles out there that excite me...yet...but I know Ace Combat 7 is coming soon which looks superb so I cant wait for that.

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    Default Re: PSVR or Nintendo Switch

    keep saving and get htc vive mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lighty View Post
    keep saving and get htc vive mate.
    Fuck that shit - get a PSVR + VR Aim Controller (coming soon).

    Fantastic stuff. Anyone that moans about PSVR being crap or rubbish or other nonsense has either not tried it at all or favours the horrendously expensive PC versions. To those I say try VR Rally, Res Evil, VR Batman or Thumper.

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    Had a PSVR since before xmas and love it, Rush of Blood is a must I love the game once you stop shitting bricks on every turn and settle in its great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyal View Post
    Fuck that shit - get a PSVR + VR Aim Controller (coming soon).

    Fantastic stuff. Anyone that moans about PSVR being crap or rubbish or other nonsense has either not tried it at all or favours the horrendously expensive PC versions. To those I say try VR Rally, Res Evil, VR Batman or Thumper.
    OK, so I went with the PSVR and have had it about 3 weeks. Played the demo disc and Star Wars VR mission. Enjoyed the 'Headmaster' demo and the Star Wars VR mission, the other stuff was just OK. Had a go on Resident Evil 7 and could only manage about 20 minutes before I felt sick. I have to say though, once you actually got inside the house in RE7, I felt scared like nothing I've felt before in a game. There is a genuine feeling of dread as you creep around the house. Shame I have to lie down after 20 minutes. Seriously considering trading it in against a Switch now.

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