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Re: Last game you played?

#346 Post by asabuchuo » Sat Dec 30, 2017 9:08 pm

It was Horizon Zero Dawn, and Ryuu ga Gotoku 6 on PS4, and Software Inc, Senua Sacrifice, BF1, L4D2 (Resident Evil maps), Evil Within 2.

Also had some time with Summer Lesson: Chisato Shinjo and Resident Evil 7 on PSVR..

Summer Lesson was longer than VR Kanojo (very short story-wise, around 5-10 min max). Summer Lesson: Chisato Shinjo, like the other Summer Lesson games, the DLC is OVER-Priced... 2000 yen for a 15-20 minutes scenario add-on and couple of costume.. Without DLC, Summer Lesson is a skeleton of a game with almost ZERO content.

But on my Oculus Rift, VR Kanojo had more freedom in movement as it is Roomscale. PSVR does do very limited "small" roomscale, but Summer Lesson will "black screen" if you moved too much, it is mostly a sitting game..

Resident Evil 7 on PSVR..... It is a abysmal experience, not as in the game is bad, but I SUFFERED SEVERE MOTION SICKNESS...

"Aircar" on Oculus Rift for the PC was EVEN WORSE than RE7, I get the sense of vomit in less than 2 minutes of "playing" it...


Horizon Zero Dawn and Gotoku 6 were the best though. Still have to finish Uncharted Lost Legacy though.. VR still has a long road ahead. Mostly a console gamer,

but built a PC rig in the Summer 2017 (Threadripper 1950X + GTX 1080ti) mainly for UE4 VR Development, and occasional VR gaming.
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Re: Last game you played?

#347 Post by Imperf3kt » Sun Jan 07, 2018 6:31 pm

I very recently played Minecraft Storymode and I have to say, with subtitles enabled, I was forever questioning if I was playing a generic game or interacting with an experimental Visual Novel.

I was actually impressed by the game and story. It comes across as a game for kids around 10-12 (a guess) but I actually found myself enjoying it quite well despite being almost 30 myself.

It all started when I found the first episode was free on SEN (PSN)
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