Arizona sunshine $34.99
- 23% off
https://www.oculus.com/experiences/app/ ... dium=share
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If you use the walk, rather than the teleport to move around the map, you will notice the motion sickness a lot more. It's a fun party game to play though.
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I've noticed that snap turning helps avoid sickness as well. I tried to play TWD: Saints and Sinners with walking plus smooth look and almost tossed my cookies. Switching to snap turning made it bearable.
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Agreed for the Rift/Rift S, but with the Quest/Quest 2, running native on the device has advantages. Virtual Desktop and Quest Link work well, but it still requires a good gaming PC that is tied up while using the headset, good WiFi, and some games have technical issues that make them unplayable. It’s also really hard on battery life, and generally more reliable running things on device.matt2_m416 wrote: ↑ Why buy from Oculus directly? It's almost always cheaper to buy on Steam and use SteamVR with Oculus. It's easier to share your game library with friends using Steam. You're not locked into Oculus if someone makes a better headset. It's not connected to Facebook. After Oculus removed Marvel Powers United I've decided to avoid them like the plague. I generally find SteamVR to be more stable than Oculus.
Arizona Sunshine goes on sale for ~$15 on Steam during their sales.
FYI, Fanatical just launched a VR Bundle (2 for $11.40, 4 for $21.55, or 6 for $29.15) with some good stuff mostly on Steam, pair of Oculus:
https://www.fanatical.com/en/pick-and-m ... v-r-bundle
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