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I am going to snap up a PSVR soon, and it's not to play regular games on. I want to be transported to another dimension, a la Lawnmower man. Any recommendations for the most visually intense games, with neon graphics and thumping techno soundtracks? Or otherwise good games that best take advantage of the VR tech for a cool experience? Thanks in advance!
Don't want to sell it but also don't want it to collect dust and needs to go to a good home. Just don't have the time for it now or anytime in the near future. The PSVR was bought brand new from Target for $299 during their cartwheel special and I picked up the PS4 500GB with controller and Camera for $260 from Disc Replay so I'm about $600 in with taxes. Unfortunately I've probably only spent about 10 hours total using the entire thing and that was almost 3 months ago. Comes with everything you need except the move controllers and while not required, those can be picked up just about anywhere. PS4 500GB (original) PS4 Controller (original) PS4 Camera (newer version) PSVR (basically new) + the Demo disc And all connectors/power required $400 plus shipping within the U.S. (expecting to be roughly around $45-$60 to be packed and shipped properly) Please PM or reply here if interested, can send pics later. Would make for a nice post holiday gift for you and/or your kids. Thanks
To my fellow nerds who might find this interesting; here is a short, recent video that I posted to my channel for those interested in seeing me hook the Sega Genesis/SegaCD up to the PSVR using "Cinema Mode" : If you want to see my "tribute song" to retro consoles : If this kind of stuff tickles your fancy, and you want to see my other retro content, please come say hi! You can do that right here, or on my Eggzone Revolution Twitter, FB, or YouTube channel. Have any of you guys used the PSVR headset to play retro games? I am excited to experiment with it some more, although emulation is probably going to be the easiest option. I prefer real hardware though, so when I can afford to purchase a Retro USB with HDMI out, I def will! A Retron 5 would probably work well this way, too.