I loved the London Heist demo but it was of course too short, being a demo and that.
I got PSVR and a PS4 with wheel, pedals etc specifically with driving games in mind.
There was Drive Club, which I did enjoy but the driving experience was a bit too arcade style.
Then there was Dirt Rally with a VR add-on which was brilliant, but you couldn’t really race other people much.
It had a small rally comp but it wasn’t much.
Gran Turismo came out and I didn’t buy it because it too, out of the whole game, had a very limited VR experience.
Eventually I could see that what I really wanted VR for was never going to happen fully on that platform.
Cancellation of Project Cars 2 with VR was another sign.
Other VR experiences I had with PS4 were pretty fun but the amount of space I had take up waiting for something it was never going to accomplish lead to me getting rid of it all.
There was a free download that had loads of mini games with other gamers, things like paintball and some laser game that you play as co-op with other people, they were pretty funny at times, depending who was in your session.
I noticed Session had some updates. Still struggling to really get the controls compared to SkaterXL.
Not really up to date with newer games, but I’m tamping that the new Last of Us is obviously going to be on PS4. I’m not really a console gamer anymore and I’m on PC. Pretty happy to see when I went on Steam the other day that I re-bought Postal 2.
Every five years or so I upgrade or replace my PC. I just did it a few months back and also got the Windows Game Pass thing, so I’m currrently spoiled for stuff to play. I also bought myself an Oculus Rift for Christmas. It’s absolutely fucking nuts.