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  • RuneSR2RuneSR2 Posts: 3,129 Valuable Player
    snowdog said:

    Yup - that's what I want - 144Hz/144fps res 200% on the Index  :D
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  • ZenbaneZenbane Posts: 14,428 Valuable Player
    bigmike20vt said:
    PS I would call Skyrim or fallout VR epic flops myself.... Slightly limited VR support sure but still pretty damn decent imo

    SkyrimVR and FalloutVR were flops at launch, and were improved over time. I am hoping that No Man's Sky doesn't flop at launch, for a 2nd time.
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  • snowdogsnowdog Posts: 6,995 Valuable Player
    I have newly restored faith in Hello Games. I was REALLY pissed off with them when the game first launched in 2016, a lot of us were expecting VR goodness on day one, but over the last three years they've REALLY turned things around.

    I just wish this news hadn't dropped about the release date a couple of weeks before the update hits, I'm like a kid waiting for Christmas now lol :D
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  • OmegaM4NOmegaM4N Posts: 539
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    edited August 3
    I will wait and see with this, it was a massive snooze feast in normal 2d view so i will wait to see if that changes in VR, will it be up to the level of Elite or surpass, or will it be just as yawn inducing in VR........we shall know in a few weeks.

    I am actually more interested to see how this looks and runs on the PS4 pro, because if it works on that system then it might lead to Elite D appearing on it to, as i like to jump between PCVR and PSVR these days, one for roomscale and one for recliner vr. lol
  • RedRizlaRedRizla Posts: 6,596 Valuable Player
    edited August 3
    OmegaM4N said:
    I will wait and see with this, it was a massive snooze feast in normal 2d view so i will wait to see if that changes in VR, will it be up to the level of Elite or surpass, or will it be just as yawn inducing in VR........we shall know in a few weeks.

    I am actually more interested to see how this looks and runs on the PS4 pro, because if it works on that system then it might lead to Elite D appearing on it to, as i like to jump between PCVR and PSVR these days, one for roomscale and one for recliner vr. lol
    I actually found Elite Dangerous to be yawn inducing, so I'm hoping it's much better then that.
  • bigmike20vtbigmike20vt Posts: 4,011 Valuable Player
    edited August 3
    It's a very different game to elite. The milky way in ED is going for authenticity . The meat and spuds of the game is the ships handling which is not important in NMS.
    Obviously there is some overlap in the genre but I do not think they are really competing with each other.  I am not expecting ED VR support to come to PSVR as I do not believe the vanilla machine could run it . Next update coming in 2020 tho and could have PS5 VR support .

    NMS is pretty enough for what it is but it is far more simplistic than the terrain generation in ED. (This is not a slur on NMS, I sometimes wonder if FD could have do e it much more efficiently and ended up with a better looking final product
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  • RuneSR2RuneSR2 Posts: 3,129 Valuable Player
    RedRizla said:
    OmegaM4N said:
    I will wait and see with this, it was a massive snooze feast in normal 2d view so i will wait to see if that changes in VR, will it be up to the level of Elite or surpass, or will it be just as yawn inducing in VR........we shall know in a few weeks.

    I am actually more interested to see how this looks and runs on the PS4 pro, because if it works on that system then it might lead to Elite D appearing on it to, as i like to jump between PCVR and PSVR these days, one for roomscale and one for recliner vr. lol
    I actually found Elite Dangerous to be yawn inducing, so I'm hoping it's much better then that.
    I've more or less given up on finding out how all the buttons work - maybe in another life, sigh - or when they add support for Touch or Knuckles. 
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  • ZenbaneZenbane Posts: 14,428 Valuable Player
    edited August 3
    RuneSR2 said:
    RedRizla said:
    OmegaM4N said:
    I will wait and see with this, it was a massive snooze feast in normal 2d view so i will wait to see if that changes in VR, will it be up to the level of Elite or surpass, or will it be just as yawn inducing in VR........we shall know in a few weeks.

    I am actually more interested to see how this looks and runs on the PS4 pro, because if it works on that system then it might lead to Elite D appearing on it to, as i like to jump between PCVR and PSVR these days, one for roomscale and one for recliner vr. lol
    I actually found Elite Dangerous to be yawn inducing, so I'm hoping it's much better then that.
    I've more or less given up on finding out how all the buttons work - maybe in another life, sigh - or when they add support for Touch or Knuckles. 

    lmao, same here. I took a week off from ED after I finally learned to travel to another star system and park my ship inside a station. But that week vacation caused me to forget the 1000 different button/control combinations. So I never went back.
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  • OmegaM4NOmegaM4N Posts: 539
    Neo
    I mean't from a tech point, i knew the base PS4 was holding back ED appearing but a option for Pro owners to play it in VR would have been nice, just like they offer 4k CB enhanced version on the Pro.....yes i want my cake and eat it, i have NMS on the PS4 and i hit about 10 hours before the grind for materials become a bore, so until i try it i don't really know if that aspect is going to change in vr......which of course is weird because ED is just a different type of grind yet i don't know what it was with NMS that had me becoming bored with it so quickly because i am like a moth to a flame when it comes to repedative type gaming mechanices, tell me to find and collect 1000 orbs or powerup and i will happily do so for years. lol
  • snowdogsnowdog Posts: 6,995 Valuable Player
    RuneSR2 said:
    RedRizla said:
    OmegaM4N said:
    I will wait and see with this, it was a massive snooze feast in normal 2d view so i will wait to see if that changes in VR, will it be up to the level of Elite or surpass, or will it be just as yawn inducing in VR........we shall know in a few weeks.

    I am actually more interested to see how this looks and runs on the PS4 pro, because if it works on that system then it might lead to Elite D appearing on it to, as i like to jump between PCVR and PSVR these days, one for roomscale and one for recliner vr. lol
    I actually found Elite Dangerous to be yawn inducing, so I'm hoping it's much better then that.
    I've more or less given up on finding out how all the buttons work - maybe in another life, sigh - or when they add support for Touch or Knuckles. 

    Zenbane said:
    RuneSR2 said:
    RedRizla said:
    OmegaM4N said:
    I will wait and see with this, it was a massive snooze feast in normal 2d view so i will wait to see if that changes in VR, will it be up to the level of Elite or surpass, or will it be just as yawn inducing in VR........we shall know in a few weeks.

    I am actually more interested to see how this looks and runs on the PS4 pro, because if it works on that system then it might lead to Elite D appearing on it to, as i like to jump between PCVR and PSVR these days, one for roomscale and one for recliner vr. lol
    I actually found Elite Dangerous to be yawn inducing, so I'm hoping it's much better then that.
    I've more or less given up on finding out how all the buttons work - maybe in another life, sigh - or when they add support for Touch or Knuckles. 

    lmao, same here. I took a week off from ED after a finally learned to travel to another star system and park my ship inside a station. But that week vacation caused me to forget the 1000 different button/control combinations. So I never went back.

    This is why god invented Voice Attack B)
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  • ZenbaneZenbane Posts: 14,428 Valuable Player
    snowdog said:
    This is why god invented Voice Attack

    Not really suitable for my household. Adults and kids going in and out. Lots of talking all the time. Hell, trying to use Alexa for basic stuff is sometimes annoying. Voice commands for extended periods of time work best when you're more isolated. My VR room is an open space in the first floor of my home. Too much activity!
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  • DrDanDrDan Posts: 2
    NerveGear
    Can't wait.


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  • RedRizlaRedRizla Posts: 6,596 Valuable Player
    edited August 3
    That's the biggest problem I have with games in this day and age. I just really can't be arsed to learn all the keys or sometimes even be bothered to learn about the game itself. I picked up Hearts of iron on Steam knowing full well it's a difficult game to learn and gave up after 30 mins. I also got Frost Punk which was a blast the first time I played it, but it became a bit silly when I realised it was better to build a factory first rather then shelter your people from the cold. To me it made no sense to leave the people outside in the cold while building a bloody factory first :D
    I've now started to play Men of War and will no doubt give up on that soon. I'm already getting annoyed at the fact my soldiers are that stupid that I have to point them in the right direct to fire on the enemy. I think Xcom2 and Onward were the only games I was playing and enjoying at one point. I liked playing Creed in VR for a while, but the devs have given up trying to fix the game by the looks of things.
    I'm getting to the point both 2D games and VR games are staring to bore the arse of me. Maybe I just need a break from gaming for a while :D
    Maybe a Resident Evil VR game for Oculus might get my attention more then a No Mans Sky. I'm still waiting for a really decent VR horror that surpasses the only half done VR in Alien Isolation.
  • bigmike20vtbigmike20vt Posts: 4,011 Valuable Player
    edited August 3
    OmegaM4N said:
    I mean't from a tech point, i knew the base PS4 was holding back ED appearing but a option for Pro owners to play it in VR would have been nice, just like they offer 4k CB enhanced version on the Pro.....yes i want my cake and eat it, i have NMS on the PS4 and i hit about 10 hours before the grind for materials become a bore, so until i try it i don't really know if that aspect is going to change in vr......which of course is weird because ED is just a different type of grind yet i don't know what it was with NMS that had me becoming bored with it so quickly because i am like a moth to a flame when it comes to repedative type gaming mechanices, tell me to find and collect 1000 orbs or powerup and i will happily do so for years. lol
    Sony won't allow that. Unless they have change stance any game or game feature on the pro has to work on the vanilla machine. I do believe the pro could run  a (cut down) VR elite but knowing the calculations needed to generate planet surfaces as well as the strain it puts on mid range pcs I don't see the vanilla consoles doing it. Please FD prove me wrong ;)
    Fiat Coupe, gone. 350Z gone. Dirty nappies, no sleep & practical transport incoming. Thank goodness for VR :)
  • RuneSR2RuneSR2 Posts: 3,129 Valuable Player
    RedRizla said:

    I'm getting to the point both 2D games and VR games are staring to bore the arse of me. Maybe I just need a break from gaming for a while :D
    Maybe I've got that disease too  :# I kinda like being able to finish games in not too many hours. And I'm starting to enjoy tech demos :blush:
    I'm into tasting menus at restaurants too, don't need a 1 lb steak ;)
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  • bigmike20vtbigmike20vt Posts: 4,011 Valuable Player
    edited August 3
    Gaming lethargy happens to most of us at some point. I am on a high at moment. Mostly flat screen gaming right now as it's too hot but am really looking forward to getting back into VR once temps drop (not many of us in uk bother with Aircon for 1 month a year)
    Fiat Coupe, gone. 350Z gone. Dirty nappies, no sleep & practical transport incoming. Thank goodness for VR :)
  • snowdogsnowdog Posts: 6,995 Valuable Player
    Zenbane said:
    snowdog said:
    This is why god invented Voice Attack

    Not really suitable for my household. Adults and kids going in and out. Lots of talking all the time. Hell, trying to use Alexa for basic stuff is sometimes annoying. Voice commands for extended periods of time work best when you're more isolated. My VR room is an open space in the first floor of my home. Too much activity!

    And THIS is why god invented divorce and giving custody of the kids to your soon-to-be ex-wife!  B)
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  • nalex66nalex66 Posts: 4,732 Volunteer Moderator
    RedRizla said:
     ...I'm getting to the point both 2D games and VR games are staring to bore the arse of me. Maybe I just need a break from gaming for a while :D
    Maybe a Resident Evil VR game for Oculus might get my attention more then a No Mans Sky. I'm still waiting for a really decent VR horror that surpasses the only half done VR in Alien Isolation.
    I’m in a bit of a gaming low lately too. I do some casual VR on the Quest during my lunch hour at work, but I don’t get onto my gaming PC much. When I do, I look at my backlog of unfinished or untouched games, and I don’t feel like playing any of them (although I have been going back to XCOM2 again recently).

    Hopefully something new like NMS will reinvigorate my interest, but I’m a little worried that if it’s too much grind, it’ll fizzle out for me like Fallout76 did.
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  • snowdogsnowdog Posts: 6,995 Valuable Player
    I've still got my gaming mojo. Am switching between Alien Isolation VR Mod and replaying Lucky's Tale at the mo. I'm also trying to continue Herobound Spirit Champion but I'm bloomin stuck at the mo, keep on getting killed in the bloody Fire Temple. :(
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  • ZenbaneZenbane Posts: 14,428 Valuable Player
    snowdog said:
    Zenbane said:
    snowdog said:
    This is why god invented Voice Attack

    Not really suitable for my household. Adults and kids going in and out. Lots of talking all the time. Hell, trying to use Alexa for basic stuff is sometimes annoying. Voice commands for extended periods of time work best when you're more isolated. My VR room is an open space in the first floor of my home. Too much activity!

    And THIS is why god invented divorce and giving custody of the kids to your soon-to-be ex-wife!  B)

    I actually enjoy the noise and the chaos. I even gave up my VR Room and brought in a TV and other computers so that everyone can co-exist with the gaming and entertainment. Trust me, when you meet the right woman and start a family, you'll learn to love the chaos too! Also, stalking women on forums doesn't count as marriage, and VR Porn doesn't count as a relationship. Pro tip!
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  • snowdogsnowdog Posts: 6,995 Valuable Player
    Aw.

    Bugger.

     :D 
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  • RattyUKRattyUK Posts: 904
    3Jane
    RuneSR2 said:
    RedRizla said:
    OmegaM4N said:
    I will wait and see with this, it was a massive snooze feast in normal 2d view so i will wait to see if that changes in VR, will it be up to the level of Elite or surpass, or will it be just as yawn inducing in VR........we shall know in a few weeks.

    I am actually more interested to see how this looks and runs on the PS4 pro, because if it works on that system then it might lead to Elite D appearing on it to, as i like to jump between PCVR and PSVR these days, one for roomscale and one for recliner vr. lol
    I actually found Elite Dangerous to be yawn inducing, so I'm hoping it's much better then that.
    I've more or less given up on finding out how all the buttons work - maybe in another life, sigh - or when they add support for Touch or Knuckles. 
    When I first started playing ED it was on the Rift - and yes, I used the Touch controllers :)


    I used Touch for a day, then went to Argos and bought a HOTAS X...
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  • RuneSR2RuneSR2 Posts: 3,129 Valuable Player
    RattyUK said:
    RuneSR2 said:
    RedRizla said:
    OmegaM4N said:
    I will wait and see with this, it was a massive snooze feast in normal 2d view so i will wait to see if that changes in VR, will it be up to the level of Elite or surpass, or will it be just as yawn inducing in VR........we shall know in a few weeks.

    I am actually more interested to see how this looks and runs on the PS4 pro, because if it works on that system then it might lead to Elite D appearing on it to, as i like to jump between PCVR and PSVR these days, one for roomscale and one for recliner vr. lol
    I actually found Elite Dangerous to be yawn inducing, so I'm hoping it's much better then that.
    I've more or less given up on finding out how all the buttons work - maybe in another life, sigh - or when they add support for Touch or Knuckles. 
    When I first started playing ED it was on the Rift - and yes, I used the Touch controllers :)


    I used Touch for a day, then went to Argos and bought a HOTAS X...
    But Touch isn't officially supported - so you used a special program to get Touch working and tried to remap controls? - It still may be a challenge to map the 178 different keys and combos to Touch ;) I play in the dark using the CV1, I can't see my keyboard (I don't have backlit keys using diNovo Edge, not gonna throw that keyboard away).  
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  • RattyUKRattyUK Posts: 904
    3Jane
    RuneSR2 said:
    RattyUK said:
    RuneSR2 said:
    RedRizla said:
    OmegaM4N said:
    I will wait and see with this, it was a massive snooze feast in normal 2d view so i will wait to see if that changes in VR, will it be up to the level of Elite or surpass, or will it be just as yawn inducing in VR........we shall know in a few weeks.

    I am actually more interested to see how this looks and runs on the PS4 pro, because if it works on that system then it might lead to Elite D appearing on it to, as i like to jump between PCVR and PSVR these days, one for roomscale and one for recliner vr. lol
    I actually found Elite Dangerous to be yawn inducing, so I'm hoping it's much better then that.
    I've more or less given up on finding out how all the buttons work - maybe in another life, sigh - or when they add support for Touch or Knuckles. 
    When I first started playing ED it was on the Rift - and yes, I used the Touch controllers :)


    I used Touch for a day, then went to Argos and bought a HOTAS X...
    But Touch isn't officially supported - so you used a special program to get Touch working and tried to remap controls?
    No, I wasn't that bright...
    I just tried using the controllers and they 'worked' but it was stupidly impossible :)  The hotas 'just worked' and made life a lot better, some re-binding learned to make it work better, then more pennies spent on an XS52 Pro - which must be the last of the madcatz build as it is poo...   X56 Pro may be incoming soon!
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  • OmegaM4NOmegaM4N Posts: 539
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    OmegaM4N said:
    I mean't from a tech point, i knew the base PS4 was holding back ED appearing but a option for Pro owners to play it in VR would have been nice, just like they offer 4k CB enhanced version on the Pro.....yes i want my cake and eat it, i have NMS on the PS4 and i hit about 10 hours before the grind for materials become a bore, so until i try it i don't really know if that aspect is going to change in vr......which of course is weird because ED is just a different type of grind yet i don't know what it was with NMS that had me becoming bored with it so quickly because i am like a moth to a flame when it comes to repedative type gaming mechanices, tell me to find and collect 1000 orbs or powerup and i will happily do so for years. lol
    Sony won't allow that. Unless they have change stance any game or game feature on the pro has to work on the vanilla machine. I do believe the pro could run  a (cut down) VR elite but knowing the calculations needed to generate planet surfaces as well as the strain it puts on mid range pcs I don't see the vanilla consoles doing it. Please FD prove me wrong ;)
    Yeah, we might get it with the next PS if we are lucky, i only want this in VR on console so i can jump from the PC to the comfy chair o console as i am doing at this time with skyrim vr, i stand and play as a sneaky bow mage on the PC version, and a run in swinging water breather on the PSVR version relaxed in  my comfy recliner........so i would be quite happy if sony ditched all those basic ps4 owners in a heartbeat. lol
  • Techy111Techy111 Posts: 6,386 Volunteer Moderator
    Do we know if NMS has voiceattack support guys ?
    A PC with lots of gadgets inside and a thing to see in 3D that you put on your head.

  • snowdogsnowdog Posts: 6,995 Valuable Player
    Techy111 said:
    Do we know if NMS has voiceattack support guys ?

    I don't think we'll need it. The game is designed from the ground up for gamepad controls.
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  • LuciferousLuciferous Posts: 2,082 Valuable Player
    Doesn’t voice attack work with anything that has key alternatives?
  • Star-lizardStar-lizard Posts: 340
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    The supported HCS voice pack games from what I know are ,elite Dangerous , star citizens , and x4 foundations however if no man's sky takes off in VR and enough people request it I bet they would release some voice packs ,this is there contact info. I have found them good to dealcwith. As for voice attack yes you can programme any key bindings you like with it  info@theqnn.com

  • Digikid1Digikid1 Posts: 2,030 Valuable Player
    I thought that this game had failed...BIG TIME.....due to it being boring and buggy as hell.
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