RT @kylebrussell: Multiplayer VR game developers: build with the assumption that there isn’t a high density of players yet https://t.co/HoxwdHHArO
Taking a break from work: 30 minutes of Driveclub VR, one hour feeling iffy. I’m beginning to think VR doesn’t like me.
Dunno why Jackal Assault is free for everyone on PSVR but holy shit the sense of presence is so much stronger than in the Eve Valkyrie demo.
I’d like Andromeda’s premise much better if the arks were seed ships (only carrying DNA) that took 10,000 years to reach their destination.
That would be a proper scifi story, instead of the flimsiest possible excuse to have the exact same shit in another galaxy.
I’m finding Steep annoying (it’s not my kind of game anyway) but it would be so nice in VR — even keeping the third-person perspective.
I just did the very first wave of Brookhaven. If I ever pick it up again it’ll be while my roommate isn’t sleeping in the room next door 😱
Also started Eagle Flight and… uh. Neither its very artificial controls nor the anti-motion sickness measures do much to help immersion.
I’m curious if they ever tried motion controls because I know I’d feel stupid spreading my arms to play but it would feel so much more real.
Enjoyed Elder Scrolls Online more than I expected the last two days; now I keep bumping against inventory limit, think I’ll just give up.
“1 friend owns this game” undecipherable 10x10px thumbnail of an avatar that wouldn’t be identifiable at any size in the first place
Amazon is sending me one PC component a day like so many severed fingers so in the meantime I don’t know what to do but BUY ALL THE PC GAMES
As it happens, the Rift is properly available on Amazon France and the Vive isn’t.
Argh, looks like “get Skyrim Special Edition for free if you have all the DLC” was a limited-time offer and I missed it.
I have yet to find a single game in my Steam library that gives my 1070 the slightest workout in 1080p.
Look who became a PC master race person in 48 hours. Just bought Witcher 3 on Steam although it was already in my pile of PS4 games to play.
Not sure what to do about Fallout 4, though. I want to finish the story but ugh playing it on PS4 but ugh starting over.
TIS-100 is excellent but I can’t shake the feeling that I’m doing unpaid client work.
I don’t expect it’s gonna get reviews before the end of the current Steam sale, is it?
Oh, apparently it’s out now, so let’s just hope people quickly write many blog posts about the strengths and failings of creative mode.
Oooh that looks nice.
I’ve installed ≈40 games on my new PC but I’m still playing Fallout 4 on PS4 because I’m unable to leave a game in the middle of its story.