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  1. What classic games should be remade in VR?

    Can I say Split Second again. The huge destructive spectical going on around you would be perfect in VR.
  2. PlayStation VR

    I'd love Split Second to get a VR remake. Imagine what drifting whilst avoiding the giant collapsing scenery would feel like.
  3. PlayStation VR

    Don't force it. An hour is probably too long to play if you feel that movement is still uncomfortable. Resi 7 is one of the most extreme games for motion sickness, but it will pass if you take it easy.
  4. Which is your favourite game in the Burnout series?

    Burnout 2. With the right car selected it had the most satisfying drift feel I've ever experienced. It felt like a blue sky Sega racer.
  5. PlayStation VR

    The emotional response to VR never fails to amaze me. I got a real sense of fear the first time Trico loomed towards me. It's pathetic, I'm an old man scared by an adorable animal. What a fantastic little tech demo, pity it's so short.
  6. PlayStation VR

    It's happened to me a couple of times, but not for a few months. I think it was related to what the ps4 had been doing before running up vr, but I could never prove it. As you say, a cold reset fixed the issue.
  7. PlayStation VR

    I've put more hours into Battlezone than any other VR game. The closest thing to a bullet hell shoot'em up in 3D, as long as you pick the light and nimble tank.
  8. PlayStation VR

    Even in you had a HDR TV it wouldn't be worth waiting for the V2 headset. The money you save more than covers the cost of a HDMI switch and cables that gets over the problem. You'd probably have enough money left over from the saving to buy move controllers and a few games as well.
  9. Just about the surrealist thing I've ever seen. Vic and Bob at the height of their powers meets Scott Pilgrim. I was laughing all the way through at the sheer craziness of it all. My wife's Japanese so I'm quite familiar with the culture and this really captures the difference in humour between our two countries. If you've got any interest in Japan then give this a try.
  10. PlayStation VR

    I'm really old and my reflexes have long gone so don't give up. If they're hitting you with rockets then you're keeping still for too long and are far too close. Rockets travel quite slowly and are easy to avoid if you keep moving (I can never score a direct hit on anything with a rocket), it's the splash damage that the most useful and dangerous. The secret is knowing where everyone is, don't get ambushed and if damaged go to cover, heal, power mode then attack.
  11. PlayStation VR

    Sorry I've forgotten the names, but either the tall double jumping one, or the small fast one. I've never found the tank to be to worth the money, it's too slow. Ideal for defense, but not attack. The most important things to consider when buying a Rig are it's weapon types, whatever suits your style, and perks. Due to incompetence I think I played the first half of the season with the original training Rig and was managing ok. Keep moving and be aggressive and when up close do a ram to quickly finish them off. Don't forget power mode when attacking, you do far more damage.
  12. PlayStation VR

    I had the same experience, it seemed ridiculously overwhelming and I nearly gave up, but all of a sudden it clicked. Stay high and keep moving. Use your head for looking and the pad for turning, this can cause nausea in some people, but you get a much better understanding of where everyone is around you. Don't forget to use the power modes wisely and pick a Rig with the vampire ability to begin with, you're Rig's shields will regenerate every time you get a kill. I absolutely love it now.
  13. Blade Runner 2049

    Of course it's sexist. This is a broken, dieing world perfectly comfortable with concept of slavery. There's unbelievable amounts of poverty and abuse so for there to be no sexism would be at odds with the world.
  14. Star Trek Discovery - new TV show materialising 24 Sep 2017

    Much better than the first two episodes, it had a completely different feel. The first two had a dumb, by the numbers, depth of a puddle, 80s sci-fi feel, but the third seems to have some complexity. There definitely seems to be some ambiguity about what's going on. Is everything said truthful? Looking forward to episode 4.
  15. Star Trek Discovery - new TV show materialising 24 Sep 2017

    Only seen the first episode, but I was a bit disappointed with the writing, was the series rushed into production? It's full of people doing dumb things for silly reasons just to allow the plot to work and progress. No one seemed remotely competent to be doing the jobs they were doing.

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