- Oct 27, 2017
They said they have more to announce. I'm thinking Multiplayer might be next.
Yeah I caught that too, they said they had more stuff to announce about VR later in the year. I’m thinking Co-op too, not sure what else it could be. Maybe BL3 will have VR support out the box that would be cool
I also believe that they won't come with PS5 and PSVR2 at the same time.Since the actual processing for PSVR is in the console, that's kind of a given.
My money's still on PSVR2 being released at least a year or two into the PS5 cycle; if it comes out at the same time as the PS5, I think the whole package will be prohibitively expensive and people will forgo upgrading their PSVR. I sure hope Sony's got better Move controllers as part of the PSVR2 package, though.
You can twist and turn the aim controller to your hearts content and the animated hands on the virtual gun will follow suit. You can see what I mean here:
Nice, thanks for the preview. I was lucky to snag one yesterday and tried Borderlands 2 with it. Very pleased so far, can't wait to try DOOM VFR again!
Seems like you move in third person, but shoot in first person. That's an interesting idea to avoid motion sickness for people that get it from smooth movement.Shuhei Yoshida tweeted about an indie game I'd never heard of, sounds like an interesting concept for a co-op game.
In short, it looks like a third person action adventure... but it's actually first person, and you have to be careful about looking at your partner because you can accidentally turn him to stone. You can play it single player or co-op.
Based on google translate and the video the controls seem awkward, but the concept is fascinating. I gotta love what happens when small developers get a hold of a new medium.
Dual wielding highlights the issue of no thumbsticks even more. Waving your left hand to target enemies would introduce crosstalk in your locomotion direction, and vice versa.
Not really hard and the trophies don't really contain spoilers beyond a description of every boss in the game for their trophy. It's basically: find all bots and chameleons in all levels, do 25-ish new and harder challenge levels plus do a few level-specific things like scoring a goal in the soccer goal on the beach. After that, you will have enough coins to obtain all the models from a claw crane minigame for the last trophy.
No there is no co-op yet but at PAX when they announced it they said they had some other VR announcements but they would announce those at a later date so hoping it's co-op.
Ugh, wish they would just announce everything. I'm now also left just waiting for the DLC patch to hit until i can start the game :D Bought it though as it's on sale.
I would obviously like more VR games in PS+ but I honestly think it's a good sign. It seems like Sony is fine with how PSVR is doing and don't see the need to push it with PS+ games.It’s quite strange that Sony don’t include VR games with PS Plus more often. I’m not talking Astrobot but smaller indie titles would probably love the exposure, those of us with PSVR would love a freebie and those without would steadily build up a catalogue they can’t play. The pressure would slowly but surely build up in their minds.
“Maybe I SHOULD get a PSVR. I’m missing out on a free game every month”
I really think it would increase the hardware sales numbers.
I hope this means press impressions for No Man’s Sky soon.must be a PSVR event going on at the moment?
Playstation brief hands on with
- No mans sky : https://t.co/neGJ5i14Ge
- concrete genie : https://t.co/XWcj64nYGQ
- Iron Man : https://t.co/MEi353NIIt
- Everybodys Golf : https://t.co/RoCd1fCbWS
Also Road to VR on Iron Man : https://t.co/d81g4paC8p
Really looking forward to the VR patch for NMS, but I think when it comes to the ship, vehicle stuff, I might switch back over to the DS controller. That will probably be a bit more responsive and accurate, especially if you plan to do any space combat.
Yes it's worth it. It's really good with the aim controller too. They are also going to add all the dlc in a future update.Been thinking about picking up Borderlands 2 VR. I played Borderlands 2 ages ago, and loved it. Reviews I'm reading aren't that good though.
I don't mind playing with a controller. Is the lack of multiplayer really that much of a bad thing? Is the experience of feeling like you are in the borderlands world worth it?
I’ve heard that it’s great but a bit on the shorter side. High quality experience that can be completed in an afternoon with little to no replay value, and doesn’t utilize it’s good ideas to their fullest. That about sums up all the reviews I have read.
I played it in Rift. It's a very polished experience. However, it's more of a story book and less of a game. The unique puzzles are the best part and worth the experience alone but note that they are maybe 60% of the whole experience. The rest is storytelling. It's probably a few hours long if you play without hints. It's also very French in tone, humor and voice work.
Catch and Release
You can create new accounts. Otherwise you can also download the demo (you can have both the game and the demo). The demo reset everytime so it good for guest that won't need a saved game.Really wish they would update Astro Bot to allow you to re-rescue the robots if you replay the level. It looses some of its charm when they replace them for coins. I have actually restarted the game several times because I want the person that is playing the game for the first time to not loose out on that.