My Three Titles:
- Notes on Blindness: Samsung VR Gear
Both the platform and the title are amazing! I watched four chapters in one sitting, it was engaging and interactive, fascinating and scary at the same time. You need really good headphones for this. About the platform: I loved it, it was super easy and super fast to make it work. However, my eyes felt uneasy afterwards and I felt dizzy, especially when I tried to watch videos online. And light came in around my nose, when I tried to pull the headset down a bit, then the picture was bad. But I had no problems in Notes on Blindness at all.
- Madefire Comics: Samsung VR Gear
It was a very interesting experience, music was a dramatic addition to the reading. Easy to navigate, easy to read. It was all right.
- Accounting: Vive
This game is fun, and has many levels but if you don’t pay attention, you miss all the clues. As of Vive, as a platform, I like the diversity of the games, there are many other great titles like the Brookhaven Experiment, The Lab, Tiltbrush. However, I really don’t like the headset, I think it is really uncomfortable and I constantly want to adjust it because the image gets blurry, if it’s not at the right place. Also, it is hard to switch things/modes quickly in games with the controller.
- Oculus: Minecraft
About the platform: IT HAS THE BEST HEADSET SO FAR. The game: I felt terrible after playing it, maybe after 10minutes I gave up completely. Movements like jumping and moving around made me dizzy. Apart from that, it’s a fun game to play around with.
- PS4: Until Dawn: Rush of blood
Firstly, I really like how easy it is to set up. It is also very “dumb friendly” as it was very simple too. Secondly, the input system is terrible, very inconvenient. Thirdly, the game itself wasn’t very good, but the headset was fairly comfortable, better than Vive. It would be interesting to try some other game and with the VR controllers, not the simple PS4 ones.