November 30, 2018 at 7:52 pm #2327SimonneParticipant
Hi all. I started my VR journey with Oculus Go. It was the only logic choice. When choosing headset I spent days reading user’s experiences, there were a lot of complaints about headache, blurry picture, terrible sound, vertigo experiences and all kind of stuff, so as I wasn’t able to try out any of the headsets before buying I needed something fairly cheap so I wouldn’t be too disappointed if migraine, vertigo or something kicks in and I have to give up. I’m not super happy about the quality, but it’s ok. What I’m sure is that I would always choose standalone headset instead of those with wires and I would always recommend something standalone and fairly cheap as first contact with VR gaming.December 2, 2018 at 12:39 pm #2329NathanParticipant
Yeah, there are lot of issues with VR gaming people tend not to talk about, like room size, migraines, vertigos. Only few people have bad experiences but it’s good to be cautious if you plan to cash out few hundred dollars, especially if you have migraines or other health conditions that can be triggered by motion or light.
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