Maybe it's just me, but I can't help thinking that the age of the average user in the Oculus SubReddit is being reduced at the moment - more kids/teenagers - and also more users who seem to exploit the Reddit anonymity.
This post is currently one of the most upvoted - and that would make perfect sense if the average IQ in there was from let's say 50 to 70:
Once I regarded Reddit as a great place for enthusiasts to exchange knowledge. That idea died a long time ago. Maybe it's still working in the Index SubReddit, where users seem older - it also costs a lot more to get the Index, thus most kids can't afford it. And the Index Reddit moderators are very strict - but few post in the Index Reddit forum, and users are very hostile against Oculus. For me still greatly enjoying my CV1 and liking to share my experiences, the Index SubReddit is kinda a toxic playground although I do spend time in there.
Primarily I was wondering if I'm alone in having such thoughts, especially about the Oculus SubReddit - or is there still a VR SubReddit somewhere for enthusiastic adults - who know how to behave politely? Lol
Guess this forum is still the best place to be!
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