I agree with this. I have the HTC Vive and the only time I've gotten any motion sickness was when using VorpX to play traditional existing games that weren't designed for VR. Other than that, I've showcased the Vive to over a dozen people and not a single one got any motion sickness at all, some were surprised because they were expecting motion sickness too.unzi said:I advise everyone to try out the HTC Vive before passing judgment on VR or Oculus when the Touch controllers actually come out.
Roomscale is absolutely what VR was made for, if you think you got immersed looking around and playing on an playstation controller wait until you try some proper controller tracking. I do agree whoever that racing and hotas are a pretty great fit as well, but the immersion i get from playing rpg, and horror games on the vive is just surreal.
Go check out a demo if you can, you won't regret it
The Vive's motion controllers also add significantly to the immersion because they track perfectly 1:1 with no lag at all, so they feel more like tools for interacting with the world rather than a traditional controller or wiggle style wii remote.
To be honest I'd be very interested in seeing Yahtzee reviewing the Vive or doing a comparison (unless he has already and I missed it)