The patch for WipEout Omega Collection, that opens up the game to VR support was finally released yesterday. So, I strapped myself into the cockpit in this high-speed and high-octane racer. Was there are any side effects from discomfort? Surprisingly not.
I am off to see the movie of Ready Player One tonight, and now the Oasis VR experience is available on VivePort – so of course it needed to be downloaded. In this Let’s Play I visit The Gauntlet for my first time.
I am a huge fan when people try to bring something fun and different to VR gaming, and as soon as I heard about Drunken Bar Fight I knew this was going to fall into the scope. The question is did being different help the game?
Where I love my VR games, I also personally feel that experiences if priced correctly have a huge part to play when it comes the VR medium – this has been shows with titles like theBlu and Virry VR in the past. Nature Treks VR certainly falls under an experience and not a game, but what does it bring with it?