just a random thought but maybe try again deleting any file in program files, appdata, etc. and then using Clean Master or CClean to check the windows registry for invalid keys (don't forget to backup your windows registry first) and then try again
It's a shame a lot of VR app developers don't seem to have any discipline and just never bother to change whatever savegame directory their project and game engine comes up with by default.
Moreover I can't believe in 2018 there are still game engi…
It's nice and interesting but it ends just when the story started going somewhere. It's like it's only a demo, not a game or even a full "experience".
Also is it me or do the characters, background models and the "player scale" seem to be dispropor…
Vice President of Global VR Content for HTC Vive:
“Oculus, I think they’re doing good work for the overall ecosystem in some areas. I disagree with their strategy a lot.”
“I just feel that they’re essentially hampering developer…
someone would first have to hack in to your home network, then your computer
because that never happens to anyone.
then exploit the Rift firmware.
You make it sound so complicated
I'm looking for a shooter besides dead and buried (my leeegs) which also has some more gore to it and can be played in singleplayer preferably with a good story to the sp part. Anyone tried arizona sunshine yet?
No it's not…
Definitely if looks as if Oculus is just waiting for the internet do the advertisement for them while the Vive has been making a lot of noise recently as if it was a traditional video game console including the good and also bad bits such as fanboyi…
Never mind I fixed it. All you have to do is go to settings, beta, and restart Oculus and it should fix the right hand vibration. It worked for me.
Thanks for the tip. I'll try this if it happens again.