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Absolutely amazing! Tested the HTC Vive a couple of years ago and was impressed by VR even then. Thought that PSVR had to be so much worse that it probably isn't even worth testing, but what wrong one might have 😀 Got the opportunity to try VR on a regular PS4 (not pro) before buying which I think might be good to do with this product as some should have easy to get sick. If you like games, I think you can easily get stuck for this because you feel like you are one with the game! Also available are games suitable for everyone, horror, sports, etc. Recommend to: 1. Begins with testing VR games where you don't move. Games that move like car racing can be easier to cause nausea, but my own experience is that you build tolerance to this gradually and if you play VR often reduces the “problems”. Self-medication does not become nauseous anymore. 2. You can optimize the image by adjusting the distance between the eyes so that it is tailored to my particular circumstances, see this English guide: On the PS4, head to [Settings] > [Devices] > [PlayStation VR] > [Eye-to-Eye Distance] and follow the on-screen instructions.
There is a lot to do and it's a good way to delay time with, pity some games do not support vr but those who do it work well
Mega fat to be able to play in vr, but the cord is a little bondage.
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Why is the £30 stand in this search for psvr headset it's distorting price alerts, want to search just for psvr starter set.
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Lowest price for Sony Playstation VR is £155. This is currently the cheapest offer among 3 retailers.