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User Info: selfdeztruction

selfdeztruction
3 weeks ago#1
They are all on sale for at least 40% off in the NA store and I have everything else that I'm interested in from the sale. I didn't get SculptrVR because I have coolpainter (supposedly now has a sculpting tool).

I still have $40 in my PSN wallet (and preordered RES 2 and put money back for dreams) and I've lost all interest in AC7 because it won't even have VR MP support.

I have over 110 purchased psvr games and I'm just wondering if Drone Striker, sprint vector or time carnage are worth getting or if I should save the cash for starchild, end of the beginning, seeking dawn, sairento, windlands 2 or another psvr game that may release soon.

Its kinda tough because dreams may release within 90 days and the created vr games will be a lot of fun and outdo some of the current offerings.
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User Info: Yomigaeru

Yomigaeru
3 weeks ago#2
The only one of the three I have is Sprint Vector, and I'd say it's worthwhile for anyone that likes "racing" games. It also helps that you can build up a nice sweat while playing, as SV is one of those VR games that requires a lot of motion (the control scheme has you constantly swinging your arms to mimic running).

User Info: BiggieY2Killer

BiggieY2Killer
1 week ago#3
Sprint Vector is quality fun. Lots of maps, lots of paths, and it's a totally new way to race but pretty physical (depending) on playstyle. The MP is dead but I have fun solo just messing around with the freedom of movement or racing bots.
@selfdeztruction
Stalking you to play some Horus Station!
or Farpoint, Killing Floor, maybe Sprint Vector...really wanna co-op some Horus Station...it's so dead.
Voice Actors:$7.86 Repairs on Giant Robot:$1,248,372,389.45 Smashing a giant metal enemy head over heels through six buildings:Priceless -Jace Alcon on R.A.D.

User Info: selfdeztruction

selfdeztruction
1 week ago#4
BiggieY2Killer posted...
Stalking you to play some Horus Station!
or Farpoint, Killing Floor, maybe Sprint Vector...really wanna co-op some Horus Station...it's so dead.


Sorry about that, I've been busy replacing my living room furniture and my vr area is to cluttered to play (tiny living room).
PSN/NNID/XBL (PSP,PS3,Vita,PS4,WiiU,3DSXL,360) 3.5" 4TB 7200 RPM 64MB cache HDD PS4Pro 2TB & PSVR.I'm no super hero,just a Oklahoma gamer.That flies

User Info: BiggieY2Killer

BiggieY2Killer
1 week ago#5
Lol...NP I was too busy during the holidays. I found someone on the Downward Spiral community to play for now. Let me know through psn if you get some time though.
Voice Actors:$7.86 Repairs on Giant Robot:$1,248,372,389.45 Smashing a giant metal enemy head over heels through six buildings:Priceless -Jace Alcon on R.A.D.

User Info: POOKISTAN

POOKISTAN
1 week ago#6
It really does suck how much they dialed-back VR support gor Ace Combat...
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