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Rob N:
So I'm kinda surprised to see nothing here about virtual reality.

I bought Quest 2 a couple years back and it was a life changing item for me. I've now upgraded to the Quest 3.

There's great fully fleshed out immersive games like Walking Dead, Red Matter, Asgard's Wrath 2, and fun activity games like Walkabout Mini Golf, Table Tennis, and Billards. There's exploration in and out of this world in 3D scanned environments such as the International Space Station, or you can just visit another country, or see more of your own. There are amazing artistic apps such as Virtuoso which throws standard music creation out in favor of a more interactive method of music creation, or if you'd like to try oil painting Vermillion will release your inner Bob Ross in no time. As an introvert I don't do a lot of real life socializing, but in social games online like RecRoom I find it much easier to have fun and some light socializing or it's always a crazy time in the PVP mode of Zero Caliber with less socially and more slaughter.

If anyone does have a Quest 2 or 3 I'm there under @TheMysticSaint.

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Totallynotbev:
I have a budget racing sim with a rift cv1 I bought before COVID for $125 and a wheel setup I bought from a friend for 60 bucks. Lots of fun. I've tried other VR games but they never really appealed to me

Rob N:
I tried some racing games on quest, but I've found that I have a high level of motion sickness with most of them.

I've never tried out the rift or a high level racing sim. Most of what's available on the quest are kart style racing.

I've encountered two races I could play without any issue, and I'm not really sure what the difference is between them and others.
V-Speedway is one and although the graphics were basic the driving experience was very realistic, I did well, and took to it as easily as driving a real car. The other is called Runner, and is a high speed futuristic motorcycle race. That one is very much an arcade style racer and while fun initially, it gets boring fast.

Not sure if you just like racers, but there are a lot of options out there currently and much easier to use with quest 2&3 not requiring a ridiculously expensive computer.

Delta:

--- Quote from: Totallynotbev on February 04, 2024, 02:13:17 pm ---I have a budget racing sim with a rift cv1 I bought before COVID for $125 and a wheel setup I bought from a friend for 60 bucks. Lots of fun. I've tried other VR games but they never really appealed to me

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I recommend flight sims, but you can get locked into gear acquisition syndrome almost as quickly as with racing sims.

Rob N:
What sort of gear does that even take?

Obviously not on Quest 3! 😂

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