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I would like to see a Time Crisis or a House Of The Dead type game at this year at E3 for PlayStation VR.

 

Any thoughts...?

 

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The ability to play Battlefront II completely via PSVR (not just a specific mission or game type that it sounds like Criterion is currently working on for the game).
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I've said since before it launched that it wouldn't last long. Optional hardware never does. Without a big installed user base, developers are not going to spend the time or money on developing games. They will not automatically limit the sales potential of a game by tying it to optional hardware that only a small percentage of users own. On the other side of the coin, consumers are not going to buy optional hardware in large enough numbers without a good selection of titles to go with it. No Sales = No Games and No Games = No Sales. Put them together and it all = Failure... Or at the very best, limited success in a niche market. When you think PSVR, you should also be thinking Eye Toy, Move, Kinect, etc, etc.


I feel the problem is they still need to make it cheaper, nobody wants to buy an accessory that costs as much as the console itself...

 

Its just a screen with some gyroscopes, how expensive could it be, I think the real reason why vr is so expensive right now is because everyone is just trying to make up the r&d costs, but there never going to sell well unless they lower the price down to just over its manufacturing cost which can't be more then 60 or 80 bucks, I've seen phones cheaper then that and they come with a lot more hardware in them.

 

Why does a rubber strap and a wire cost so much more...

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http://www.digitaltrends.com/gaming/psvr-sales-numbers/

 

sold more than the competitors by more than double so far.

 

no teardown cost for the PSVR or vive that i know of, but the rift costs about $200 for components.

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OGPooh wrote:

I've said since before it launched that it wouldn't last long. Optional hardware never does. Without a big installed user base, developers are not going to spend the time or money on developing games. They will not automatically limit the sales potential of a game by tying it to optional hardware that only a small percentage of users own. On the other side of the coin, consumers are not going to buy optional hardware in large enough numbers without a good selection of titles to go with it. No Sales = No Games and No Games = No Sales. Put them together and it all = Failure... Or at the very best, limited success in a niche market. When you think PSVR, you should also be thinking Eye Toy, Move, Kinect, etc, etc.


Really still on that vr is a flop bandwagon huh...  sorry to say this but psvr has been quite successful..  

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OGPooh wrote:

I've said since before it launched that it wouldn't last long. Optional hardware never does. Without a big installed user base, developers are not going to spend the time or money on developing games. They will not automatically limit the sales potential of a game by tying it to optional hardware that only a small percentage of users own. On the other side of the coin, consumers are not going to buy optional hardware in large enough numbers without a good selection of titles to go with it. No Sales = No Games and No Games = No Sales. Put them together and it all = Failure... Or at the very best, limited success in a niche market. When you think PSVR, you should also be thinking Eye Toy, Move, Kinect, etc, etc.


Really still on that vr is a flop bandwagon huh...  sorry to say this but psvr has been quite successful..  


Not only that but Microsoft is scrambling to get a VR headset out them self's! I own a PSVR headset and love it. Its not a replacement for regular game playing I wouldn't want it to be. I don't see it going away at all, I see it as something getting better over time. It's also not only for gaming figuring out how to and what monetise in VR is a challenge. I watched Spiderman 2 in 3D wow great stuff now I am sad 3D is going away. But glad movie 3D content is at a much lower price now. The Apps and Youtube have great VR content free! Until Dawn rush of blood is great!

Now with FarPoint coming out  as a full VR game and Elite Dangerous maybe supporting VR I am excited as ever about my VR Headset.


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Mightylink wrote:

OGPooh wrote:

Its just a screen with some gyroscopes, how expensive could it be, I think the real reason why vr is so expensive right now is because everyone is just trying to make up the r&d costs, but there never going to sell well unless they lower the price down to just over its manufacturing cost which can't be more then 60 or 80 bucks, I've seen phones cheaper then that and they come with a lot more hardware in them.

 

Why does a rubber strap and a wire cost so much more...


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Teus wrote:

OGPooh wrote:

I've said since before it launched that it wouldn't last long. Optional hardware never does. Without a big installed user base, developers are not going to spend the time or money on developing games. They will not automatically limit the sales potential of a game by tying it to optional hardware that only a small percentage of users own. On the other side of the coin, consumers are not going to buy optional hardware in large enough numbers without a good selection of titles to go with it. No Sales = No Games and No Games = No Sales. Put them together and it all = Failure... Or at the very best, limited success in a niche market. When you think PSVR, you should also be thinking Eye Toy, Move, Kinect, etc, etc.


Really still on that vr is a flop bandwagon huh...  sorry to say this but psvr has been quite successful..  


Not only that but Microsoft is scrambling to get a VR headset out them self's! I own a PSVR headset and love it. Its not a replacement for regular game playing I wouldn't want it to be. I don't see it going away at all, I see it as something getting better over time. It's also not only for gaming figuring out how to and what monetise in VR is a challenge. I watched Spiderman 2 in 3D wow great stuff now I am sad 3D is going away. But glad movie 3D content is at a much lower price now. The Apps and Youtube have great VR content free! Until Dawn rush of blood is great!

Now with FarPoint coming out  as a full VR game and Elite Dangerous maybe supporting VR I am excited as ever about my VR Headset.


People also need to understand too that the previous addons and handhelds failed because Sony failed to give people a good reason to buy the addons.. Kinect could of been successful for Microsoft only if there were sufficient reasons on why you must own the addon, same goes with ps move (which by the way is great when used with psvr , so in a way psmove is not a failure, which is proof that when used right, it can succeed.)

 

 

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what kind of psvr games will sony show at e3 and I think I have an idea

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I was wondering what vr games will we see at e3 this year, I hope we get a release date for ace combat 7, cause the only vr jet fighter game so far is jackal assault which isn't that great but it's alright but they could of done more, I would not only want to see ace combat 7 release date, but I hope we see some games from sega like after burner, galaxy force, virtua cop, and cyber troopers virtual on. You know sony said vr is hard to show off on stage, but they could do the press conference in vr, so people with psvr can be at e3 virtually.

 

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