When it comes to ordinary games, not so much, I can still enjoy them on a screen.But I'm a sim racer, and going back to a single screen isn't really something I'm super exited about after being sat in the seat of the actual cars, with full size cars around me on track and being able to look into the corners!. Nothing will top that experience, besides being a real race driver and actually feeling the G forces.
Vetkin your last paragraph is what I have said on other threads is why vr will always be in addition not in place of 2d gaming even when it's like wearing regular glasses. I spend 80% of my time doing vr. But sometimes I want a beer with my dog sitting next to me and just chill in the real world. That's how a majority of people will feel in my opinion. I am passionate about vr like many others on this forum and hope there will be enough people that feel the same to keep vr going and improving .
@Zenbane if you thought episode 1 was great, just wait until you get to episode 2. Then 3. Then 4. Then 5. You'll want more by the time you're finished. I know I do. I think this is a game I'll play again but in the Big Screen theater next time.
I have bought a PS4 recently and a lot of games for it that I have missed in the past (the Unsharted Series, The Last of Us, Watchdogs, Assassin's Creed Unity, Heavy Rain, Beyond: two souls and The Order 1886) and I also played Tomb Raider on PC. So, at the moment VR is not a thing for me. I will get back to it, because I have also bought Chronos and Edge of Nowhere.
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