- Jun 22, 2014
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|System Name||Desktop / "Console"|
|Processor||Ryzen 5950X / Ryzen 5800X|
|Motherboard||Asus X570 Hero / Asus X570-i|
|Cooling||Deepcool Castle 280X / Cryorig C1|
|Memory||32GB Gskill Trident DDR4-3600 CL16 / 16GB Crucial Ballistix DDR4-3600 CL16|
|Video Card(s)||RTX 3090 FE / RTX 2080ti FE|
|Storage||1TB Samsung 980 Pro, 1TB Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus NVME / 1TB Sabrent Rocket 4 NVME, 1TB Intel 660P|
|Display(s)||LG 34GK950F / LG 65CX Oled|
|Case||Lian Li O11 Mini / Sliger CL530 Conswole|
|Audio Device(s)||Sony AVR, SVS Ultra Bookshelf , dual 3000 Micro / Marantz AVR, SVS Prime Pinnacle, dual SB3000|
|Power Supply||Silverstone SX1000 / Silverstone SX800|
|VR HMD||Quest 2 + Airlink, Elite Strap w/ VR Cover face & head strap pads|
VR is the same nonsense as 3D garbage with LCD TV's. Everyone raving about it and 2 years later, most vendors are entirely dropping it from the list of functions. VR, despite everyone defending it is exactly the same garbage. It's clumsy, cumbersome and despite impression it's more interactive, it's actually not. It's very inaccurate and has very limited control. Only thing that's better at is immersion since all you see is ingame content. Is that really worth 400€ ? Maybe. But you can achieve similar by playing in a dark room. It's not the same, but it's quite a lot cheaper.
I think if game developers do nothing more than take existing games such as first person shooters, add compatibility, and slap a VR label at the end of title.... then you are most definitely correct. (Mincraft VR anyone??? more like pukecraft... I didn't even keep it for the free trial) It takes planning the game ground up with VR in mind in order to make it actually work, and there are not a bunch of genres currently that can just be ported to a head set and work well. It will definitely take some creativity and new ideas from devs to make new genres that work. Seeing as most developers just want to go with the "safe bet" and make a new Madden game or something, I'd say probability is more in favor of your statement. However, I guess I am one of the few that want to see VR work well and succeed.