PlayStation with VR Review


Every few decades or so, game companies take a stab at trying to make virtual reality a legitimate, mainstream gaming option. In the past, Sega and Nintendo tried their luck with Sega VR and the Virtual Boy respectively. Now, it is the turn of Sony to do the same with PlayStation VR (PS VR) for consoles, while Oculus and the Valve-HTC combine duke. It out in the PC world.

When you open the box you get a demo disc, the PS4 camera, & of course the PS VR head-mounted display itself. Alongside is a breakout box that is shaped like a PS4.

Setting up PS VR was rather quick. Simply plug in the headset & the necessary wires to the breakout box, which connects to the PS4 via HDMI. It is surprisingly straightforward. This ease of use also extends to the initial calibration process.

The PS VR set up is a nasty nest of wires and cables, extending from the headset to the breakout box and the console itself and finally your power plug. You would need superlative cable management skills and patience not makes it an unsightly mess – a wireless variant cannot come soon enough.

The PlayStation VR has a 5.7-inch OLED panel. With a display, resolution of 1080p.The PlayStation also has a processor box, which enables the Social Screen video output to the television, as well as process the 3D audio effect, & uses a 3.5mm headphone jack. The PlayStation also has nine positional LEDs on its surface for the PlayStation Camera to track 360-degree head movement.



PlayStation VR, known by the codename Project Morpheus during Progress, is a virtual reality headset progress by Sony Interactive Entertainment. Which launched on October 13, 2016?

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Aside from being an ergonomic dream. It offers two input system – PS Move controllers (a throwback from the time. Sony thought aping Nintendo was a good idea) and the usual DualShock 4 controllers. The former is mandatory in the like of Harmonix Music VR, Sports Bar VR, & Job Simulator, while the latter has a much wider range of game compatibility. Checking what controller is required before you put the PS VR is a good idea, or you will end up taking. The headset off to switch between the gamepad and the Move.

Another game that stood out for us is Volume: Coda. Volume is a stealth game that released on the PC and PS4 in 2015. That on Volume: Coda is free to owners of Volume. You are in control of rotating and changing your viewpoint using PS VR before moving your character. It might sound simple but thanks to the added depth of VR, there is a new dimension to the gameplay.


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