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  1. boybrown

    PlayStation VR

    The whole VR experience in Ace combat is supposed to be about 3 hours long. I want to play it in VR but not in normal mode. It’ll be a £40 plus game on release so I’ll be waiting a year till it’s under £20
  2. boybrown

    PlayStation VR

    Im really looking forward to Astro Bot. It'll be a great addition to the PSVR catalogue. I had a blast playing Honor & Duty D Day beta last night. A bit rough around the edges but great fun. I'm not into shooters at all but this is changing that (and Firewall of course). Plus this is the first game my KDR is over 1.... just
  3. boybrown

    Nintendo Direct - 13th September (11 PM BST, 12 AM CEST)

    good direct that. John on Gamexplain totally nailed it with his predictions for the Final Fantasy Games. He must've had insider info.
  4. boybrown

    PlayStation VR

    Patch 1.02 was supposed to address the squad issue. Some say it has and other say they still get split up in public matches. Its still great fun and this is from someone who's never played a Rainbow 6 type game and doesn't normally enjoy online communication games. Busy few weeks for me VR wise. Got the Persistence, Firewall, Catch & Release and i'll be pre-ordering Z.O.E. Spiderman won't be getting bought till about April 2019
  5. boybrown

    PlayStation VR

    i got a free code for Catch & release on a you tubers stream today. I've never been fishing in my life but it looks good and is very relaxing. Played a bit of Firewall in public, had 4 games where we got slaughtered but we had a laugh, then got disconnected from host, joined a game with a racist redneck so i thought fuck this i'm off for a fish again.
  6. boybrown

    No Man's Sky

    patch 1.58 downloading. Hello Games are busy bees
  7. boybrown

    PlayStation VR

    i think this is a great deal https://www.game.co.uk/en/psvr-with-camera-and-vr-worlds-resident-evil-7-the-persistence-now-tv-2493825
  8. boybrown

    PlayStation VR

    i think Torn is Move only. I've seen a first play/review and when the control option is clicked it just shows Move controllers. Oh and no smooth turning. Had a few goes on Firewall. I enjoyed it and was quite tense but fun. Its not my type of game. I'm not into online shooters like Rainbow 6 etc as I'm just too crap aiming with dual sticks.I'm a little better with the aim controller though. The developers say they have different modes ready but they don't want to split the community apparently. The DLC will be free when it drops.
  9. boybrown

    PlayStation VR

    Ahhh fair play
  10. boybrown

    PlayStation VR

    That’s pricey. It’s £59.99 in Argos
  11. boybrown

    PlayStation VR

    they sold it over the counter. its showing as pre order only but they sorted it out for me on the spot.
  12. boybrown

    PlayStation VR

    Got my Argos copy. For some reason it was showing as pre order only and when the guy sorted it out in store the price displayed was 24.99 instead of 27.99. Sweet. Can't wait to get shot to shit later on
  13. boybrown

    PlayStation VR

    I’m looking to get a copy from Argos. Not really my thing but I’m willing to give it a go as I have an aim controller and the positive initial impressions
  14. boybrown

    PlayStation VR

    Time to revive the PSVR thread as tomorrow some supposedly good games get released. Torn, Bow to Blood and of course Firewall Zero Hour. Now that its much cooler I had a fair old session today. Played the Transference demo, Zone of Enders (both demo's) and The Persistence. Never played any Z.O.E games but i'll be picking that up in early September. Transference was a mind fuck and The Persistence is excellent. Lets Hope Firewall lives up to the hype and we can all dust off our Aim controllers for some 4 on 4 action.
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