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I was trying to think earlier about what new experiences or game genres we might see with the coming of VR and it occurred to me how good a really visceral first person boxing game could be in VR using the motion controllers. I'm really looking forward to driving in VR too and I've never been into either game type. What are you looking forward to playing in VR?

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One day a lander is going to be sent to the moon and driven around with a 3d 360 degree camera on it and then we're going to be able to walk around on the moon. 

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I'm looking forward to seeing some kind of Inception-level nonsense where your character is a guy who puts on a headset and goes into virtual worlds and eventually goes deeper and plays characters who enter virtual worlds and so on until he's forgotten what "reality" is. If there was some kind of UI for PSVR it could make for some fun Eternal Darkness style fourth-wall breaking where the game character sees a UI error but it's actually just the game fucking with the actual player.

 

Alone is a start but I'd love to see the idea taken to these kind of extremes...

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1 minute ago, Qazimod said:

I'm looking forward to seeing some kind of Inception-level nonsense where your character is a guy who puts on a headset and goes into virtual worlds and eventually goes deeper and plays characters who enter virtual worlds and so on until he's forgotten what "reality" is. If there was some kind of UI for PSVR it could make for some fun Eternal Darkness style fourth-wall breaking where the game character sees a UI error but it's actually just the game fucking with the actual player.

 

Alone is a start but I'd love to see the idea taken to these kind of extremes...

Oh my christ please don't give developers any ideas. Horror in VR is going to be a terrible experience.

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Golden Eye's multiplayer, where we used to run around trying to slap Robbie Coltrane's arse.

 

I'd pay good money to play a VR version of that

 

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If I was wheelchair bound and had the opportunity to visit computer generated worlds where anything is possible, I'd probably not want to be reminded I was in a wheelchair.

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Hopefully somebody is working on a new aquanauts holiday for psvr.

maybe a sequel to Afrika too.

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A sequel to the budget, and underappreciated Wii classic, Endless Ocean.

 

Just go scuba diving and look at it all. Nothing else (But because First Person Pilot has to be the default for VR I would switch it to one of those little subs).

 

Not too much to ask I think.

A sequel to the budget, and underappreciated Wii classic, Endless Ocean.

 

Just go scuba diving and look at it all. Nothing else (But because First Person Pilot has to be the default for VR I would switch it to one of those little subs).

 

Not too much to ask I think.

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3 hours ago, Boozy The Clown said:

If I was wheelchair bound and had the opportunity to visit computer generated worlds where anything is possible, I'd probably not want to be reminded I was in a wheelchair.

 

Years ago we were working on a kids PS1 game for Childrens Television Workshop.   At a meeting we proposed a feature where the player could customise their character (body shape,  hair style,  hair/eye/skin tone etc.).   They all loved the idea till some arsehole said it would upset kids in wheelchairs.  The feature was canned.

3 hours ago, Boozy The Clown said:

If I was wheelchair bound and had the opportunity to visit computer generated worlds where anything is possible, I'd probably not want to be reminded I was in a wheelchair.

 

Years ago we were working on a kids PS1 game for Childrens Television Workshop.   At a meeting we proposed a feature where the player could customise their character (body shape,  hair style,  hair/eye/skin tone etc.).   They all loved the idea till some arsehole said it would upset kids in wheelchairs.  The feature was canned.

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