The goal of this article is to cover all the VR essentials required to make a reasonable buying decision.
The first section contains an overview of the virtual reality hardware for PC and PlayStation 4. A table with a summary can be found in the last chapter.
VR systems for PC include:
Currently VR for PlayStation 4 is the only virtual reality system for a gaming console.
There is also a bunch of standalone VR solutions, which don’t require a connection with a PC or a console and work on their own. I don’t cover any of them here.
HTC Vive: the headset, base stations an controllers (image source)
This article is a summary of hundreds of articles, reviews, comments and complaints about the HTC Vive.
My goal was to extract all the essentials you need to know to make an informed buying decision.
Apart from all the items you must have, I also cover some optional ones – especially those crucial for improving the immersion.
Are you desperate to learn all about the Oculus Rift essentials without wasting a lot of time ?
Well, I think you’ve just found what you were looking for.
This article is a summary of all you need to know about virtual reality for PlayStation 4 – an ultimate PSVR guide, if you will.
If you’re interested in buying PlayStation VR system and are tired of extracting shreds of information from tons of reviews scattered all over the internet, I have good news – I’m going to save you some serious time.
The list contains the following information:
- title together with a link to the game’s description
- estimated completion time
- estimated price per one hour of gameplay
Not all VR games are listed !!! The lists are not meant to be comprehensive guides. I’ve made them to be able to estimate how many hours of quality gameplay there is and what is the price of one hour of playing.
The article covers non platform specific topics. It revolves around limits and issues of the current generation VR.