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User Info: Papi_of_Corn

7 months ago#1
Completely new to PC Gaming.

Was thinking of getting Arizona Sunshine.

Any recommendations?
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User Info: -5xad0w-

7 months ago#2
First off, wait for the upcoming winter sale.

Anyway, Arizona Sunshine is pretty good.

Superhot VR is a short but great title.

Sairento VR is usually a top pick.

I'm fond of Dead Effect 2 VR despite it being a mobile port with a horrible name.

Elite Dangerous is a fully fleshed out seated experience. (no motion controls, serviceable with a controller but really shines with a HOTAS)

And if you want something that kind of feels like ArmA lite, there is Onward.

Those are the titles (that don't require heavy patching and Japanese regional settings) that I play the most.

Still waiting for a great mech game and a good dungeon crawling RPG. (ideally in the vein of Wizardry)
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User Info: cory1225

7 months ago#3
Arizona Sunshine
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User Info: ArkonBlade

7 months ago#4
Wait for the sale. I think its starts Thursday or Friday. As for games

Arizona Sunshine
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Serious Sam 3 VR
Dirt Rally
Sairento VR
Elite Dangerous
Project Cars
Fallout 4 VR (when they get it sorted out more)
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User Info: Papi_of_Corn

7 months ago#5
Awesome, so just wait for the sale then,.
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User Info: desert_santa

7 months ago#6
I really liked Vanishing Realms.

That demo for Budget Cuts was great too.

Accounting is worth a punt, quite a lot of freebies and demos are worth a go too.

Going to buy something cheap during the sale. Considering Keep Defending. Like the style and looks fun. Steamlab VR made me enjoy the bow and arrow.
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User Info: Frankie_Spankie

7 months ago#7
My opinion on some of the bigger titles for VR:

Arizona Sunshine - Fun but short. I beat it in coop in one playthrough in about 2 hours. I know there's wave modes and I'll give it a try but I don't really have much desire to go through the campaign again. It's rather pricey for 2 hours, but like I said, the wave mode might make the price more reasonable. That being said, with it short, it definitely feels like the most polished single player campaign in VR.

Onward - Probably my top pick for VR. The game is really fun but has some downtime issues where if you die early, you'll be sitting around for a few minutes not doing anything.

Pavlov - Solves the boring time in Onward but feels more arcade-y in smaller maps.

Superhot VR - Very short but a very cool experience. I unfortunately don't feel much desire to replay it though.

Space Pirate Trainer - It's a simple arcade style game but it's priced pretty well and I actually want to keep playing. It's just a stationary shooter where robots fly around you and you have to move around but it holds a lot of replay value simply for going for high scores, as well as giving a great workout

Audioshield - Similar pros to Space Pirate Trainer, insanely high replay value, hasn't gotten old for me and I don't see it getting old. It's also an awesome workout

OrbusVR - First ever MMORPG for VR, just came out yesterday actually. I already put 3 hours into it and I'm really enjoying it. I'm having a lot of fun with it. The only other MMO I played was WoW and this brings back some good memories but VOIP and a lot of nice people make this experience even more unique. It's kind of pricey for $40 but it seems like there's a good amount of content for it. I'm glad I bought it so far, I can see myself sinking a lot of hours into it.
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User Info: threedown

7 months ago#8
Project cars 2
Assetto corsa
Dirt rally
War thunder
DCS world
Aerofly FS 2 flight simulator
Lone echo (might be an oculus home exclusive, still awesome though)

These would be my top vr games, racing and flight simulator /aerial combat games are a natural fit for vr.

User Info: Paladin_

7 months ago#9
I'll give a nod to Elite Dangerous. Playing with a HOTAS is one of the best gaming experiences I've ever had.

User Info: SilentCaay

7 months ago#10
If you have a Vive and Intel hardware, LA Noire just came out and it's pretty amazing (sig). It's only 7 cases, not the entire game, but that's why it's only $30. It's a very polished VR experience.

I would also recommend Sairento (full campaign mode releases next month when the game comes out of Early Access), Hot Dogs/Horseshoes/Hand Grenades or Arizona Sunshine. All are pretty great.
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