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Thread: Gigabyte Aorus VR Simulator - What a proper Wipeout VR experience would look like!

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    Default Gigabyte Aorus VR Simulator - What a proper Wipeout VR experience would look like!

    http://mashable.com/2017/06/02/aorus.../#5PTdhQzJ15qS

    Now we really need Wipeout VR, in the meantime, we've got Red:Out.

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    These "simulators" are utterly useless since they donít convey any sense of lateral and longitudinal acceleration, hence why people get motion sickness on them.

    This is the closest you can get to real life sensations, but even that is far from reality by a factor of... a lot:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5T_tXG-89IU

    Last edited by AdHoc; 14th July 2017 at 08:03 AM.

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    I so want that for my house!

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    oh bloody heck! What's the retail on one of those?

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    Hereís a much better video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rkteVTfxOhE

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    Since Monday im a proud owner of PSVR, and i must say there's nothing more awesome to experience in the world of entertainment as of now! The X-Wing VR mission in Battlefront is absolutely gorgeous, the VR mode of GT-Sport is mind blowing, Nordschleife in a LMP1 car is like driving in a rollercoaster but much better. Seriously, if you can get your hands on a PSVR, just try it out. You'll want to own one afterwards, believe me

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    I've played on PSVR once as Playstation was having a tour across my country promoting the device, and as said, it was a blast! The problem with it is the price. It's actually the price of the sole console but it still is only an add-on. Lack of full games only makes it a worse deal.
    I'm afraid it will end the same [unfortunate] way as Vita. A great device but overpriced and with too little titles to play.

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