OMNI VIRTUAL REALITY GAMING – CES 2014 (Escapist News Now)

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  1. Mmmmmm…. "The future's here" I'm not quite sure that's a valid word to say. 
    If we can get something like Sword Art Online, then that's where the future will be. I'm hoping it'd come out in the late 2040's or 2050's. But now… Nah.. The game is too laggy. From my perspective and own opinion, when he move, its still bug and lagg and the time is not right. Also, you should've have to move. Again, something like Sword Art Online is way way wayyyyyyyyyyyy better!

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  3. If this could be adapted to play slenderman with the addition of headphones and something to replace the gun with something simple to pick up the pages, that would be really cool

  4. Oculus rift 300 dollars Virtuix 499 Control VR another 300 dollars Plus your High end PC witch cost probably over 600-over 1000 dollars equal too much damn money for VR. This isn't gonna work until these things get cheaper

  5. How do you crouch or jump?
    To be frank, immersion for me is a matter of how good the game is, not whether or not I feel physically linked to it. Good writing, strong characters, enjoyable gameplay and a well-made fictional world will always be better at pulling me in than any amount of hardware gimmickry; moreover moving one thumb half a centimetre to push a button may not be active, but it maximises immersion by minimizing the delay between player thought and on-screen action.
    Don't get me wrong, this is still impressive stuff and I am interested in the wider applications it could have and the potential as a fitness machine, but $40 to replace a pair of special shoes you NEED to use the thing? At the rate I go through shoes? Nope.jpg

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