James Dixon with Quickly Tap X lays out why Resident Evil 7 in VR is a showcase for VR.

I highly encourage those that are interested in virtual reality, and PSVR in particular, to take a moment to read this review of the VR mode for Resident Evil 7. James makes a good enough case for it that I’m actually tempted to try it out myself.

And hell, I’ve been critical of VR

First of all, may I take this opportunity to apologise if, in the following, I not wrote down words dead good. See, I’ve not slept properly for a few nights. The first night was just because …

Source: Resident Evil 7: Biohazard – VR Review

Posted by Shelby "Falcon509" Steiner

I'm just a gamer that enjoys talking about my hobbies. I do a little more than that too. I love cooking, grilling, being outdoors, going target shooting, etc.

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  1. Cheers Dude!! Much appreciated (and needed, if I’m being honest!). 😉

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  2. “And hell, I’ve been critical of VR…” <<< Well… I would say cliche anti-vr rhetoric with the purpose of killing off consumer VR because you deem it “not ready” for you.

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    1. I appreciate that you read my post about VR. Did you check out QTX’s post about Resident Evil 7 in VR? He makes a good case for it.

      Also, I wish Falcon Game Reviews had the influence to kill an entire platform, though I’d use that power for good. Perhaps to persuade more publishers to allow development of more full-fledged games for VR headsets. Then I would go out and buy a VR headset and upgrade my PC to play those games.

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