No matter what you do, take it easy. Do not rush into games with a lot of motion (like lone echo, sprint vector). Try to deal with more "static" games first, if you feel uncomfortable stop for the day. Something like Batm... 5 bucks...Index has been delivered, now I'll need to buy and download some games to try this week-end
It really is dreadful - I was looking to buy Lone Echo but I'm not buying a crappy bundle to get a bunch of games I'd rather own on Steam (Moss and Superhot VR) plus a few I don't even want.The Oculus Black Friday Sale is bad.
Just overpriced, strangely put together bundles that cost between 50€ and 122€.
Honestly, I feel like over the past year or two an answer to that question has become more and more apparent: because most companies don't seem to have the first idea on how to do online game distribution well.Why?
Never found a complete list either, but there are (probably) only a handful really worth talking about. The interesting ones to me are:i was wondering - is there a complete(!) list of oculus exclusives somewhere?
google gives me nothing (i don't count that wikipedia page since it only lists a handful of those games)
For the same reason I didn't include Luckys Tale: I really didn't invest much time in researching Oculus exclusives tbh and Edge of Nowhere sprung my eye because of the setting. But I'll keep Chronos in mind, thx!If you care for Edge of Nowhere why not Chronos
True, I had high hopes but in the end lots of complaints for the game. Still, I played it in 3 hour sessions until I finished the main part in about three of those and have now reached 20 hours total play time after also finishing the so called "post game" stuff (to me they're not post-game but a natural progression) once. I'll probably still complete that twice more to get the true ending or whatever eventually too (completing it on escalation level 2 results in this). Overall worth it.Stormland is good, but the gameplay loop is repetitive to a fault.
Exactly.For me the biggest problem with Oculus isn't that they are developing, financing and distributing their own games. The problem is that my current game sales are going to lock down, at least influence my future hardware choices. There is no final PC hardware, VR headsets will evolve. What if Index 3 is going to be better and cheaper then Oculus Rift Quest S2? Revive seems to work, but already not perfectly so...?
Instead of happily spending money on their shop, I'm rather careful to not buy something that is also available on Steam.
Hi #Pioneers, We are quite glad to announce #NOSTOS will #OfficialLaunch on #STEAM for PC&VR devices at [4pm December 6, 2019(PST)]. The full version has least 10h gameplay and supports English, Chinese, Japanese! German, Franch and Russian are also on the way.
Nostos is NetEase’s first self-developed VR multiplayer online game with an open world setting, supporting players on both PC and VR platforms playing together.
Cancel your order and get a refund?My Index randomly showed up today even though Steam still says it’s “shipping soon”
it’s my first time trying VR so played around in the lab for a while and what a trip. First impressions are amazing.
In that robot repair factory demo when the door opens and the busted robot walks through it was kind of terrifying ngl. Archery was my favourite so far.