You can't really compare the 835 in the Oculus Quest with the 835 in the Vive Focus because (unless Oculus haven't dealt with heat the same way as they've done with the Oculus Go) you'll get better performance. It's basically an overclocked 835.
And as I've said before, those benchmarks probably aren't valid at all. This most likely is an overclocked 835 and will have a superior performance than the stock 835. Oculus did the exact same thing with the 821 in the Oculus Go.True, they could have done the same thing with the 845, and overclocked that but then would we have an Oculus Quest under 400 dollars? Probably not. On paper it may be only 100 dollars difference but if the Quest was $499 instead of $399 they would probably sell a lot less of the things.
kevinw729 said:If I show SuperHotVR on our Rift, and then hand one of our investors the OQ version - they will see the difference and ask questions.
Is it me or was that a v poor Vader voice imitation?(It will prolly turn out it was J E Jones actually doing it now I said that!)
kevinw729 said:......SuperHot might be a bad example, since I'm pretty sure the minimalist, low-poly graphics will port pretty damn well to Quest. (There are already Oculus Go games that are waaaaay more visually impressive than SuperHot, after all.) I imagine that popular existing titles with simple or cartoony graphics like SuperHot and Job Simulator will be hits all over again with the new audience the Quest brings in.Now, titles with high-detail graphics like Robo Recall and Chronos might be another story... I've never actually tried playing them on minimal graphics settings myself, so I wonder how many of such games would need to have their art assets actually redone to look good at a lower rendering cost?
kevinw729 said:RobotRecal is so borrowed from the arcade Virtua Cop, that I expect a high end untether version on the DOE scene soon.
bigmike20vt said:.....Strange! I have virtuacop and I have RoboRecall.Other than both involving a gun and shooting I am not seeing the similarity
Is there any confirmation that Quest will support Medium? That's really the main thing I'm interested in.
Would you prefer if I said "generic SEGA-style arcade shooter?"
bigmike20vt said:.....but it isnt that either... you are, either deliberately or accidentally A) putting sega up on a pedestal and saying they created an entire genre B ) saying that the robo recall devs plagarised virtua cop essentially taking away any credit for them making the game and C) the bottom line is they are completely totally different games.
Every shooter out there is basically Wolfenstein 3D with better graphics :P
I know you want this to be seen as a totally "new thing", but you have to understand that some of us are entitled to a different perspective based on previous experiences that differ to you. Thanks anyway for sharing.
bigmike20vt said:.....wow patronising much?i dont want it to be seen as anything I just disagreed with you.
bigmike20vt said:but it isnt that either... you are, either deliberately or accidentally A) putting sega up on a pedestal and saying they created an entire genre B ) saying that the robo recall devs plagarised virtua cop essentially taking away any credit for them making the game and C) the bottom line is they are completely totally different games.virtual cop is a very simple gun game with set scenes that you are transitioned through, Time crisis could be said to be an evolution of virtua cop perhaps, which was an evolution of duckhunt but really how tenuous do you want to get?RoboRecal is a full 3D environment that you can move around at will and you can grab and interact with the combatants. none of that can be done in simple light gun shooters like virtua cop
In fact, there is far more in common between Vitua Cop and Dead & Buried. But RoboRecall is a well-made and very popular Oculus exclusive, so it is not uncommon to find ways to dismiss it. Oculus exclusives have been chastised from Day 1 (Lucky's Tale, Chronos). Just another day in the life of Interneting
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