MXGP2 and VR

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  1. SirJoe

    SirJoe Member

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    There still isn't a VR console but everything shows that it's not too far off. Would you like to play MXGP2 in virtual reality?
    I know that I most definitely would.
     
  2. Casiox

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    Absolutely, it would look very realistic and well, I do not even want to think about the graphics and the mechanics, it surely would be one hell of a game with the VR system.
     
  3. Wubwub

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    I'm not too hyped about VR myself but I am curious to try it out in pretty much all genres of games at least once and this one definitely interests me a lot too since first person view on this would probably be quite a trip.
     
  4. SirJoe

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    i think that you are not the only one. I personally am really looking forward to it but I realize that they have to find a way of bridging the old style of gaming with wait is considered by many as the future.
     
  5. Sosi

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    Why?
     
  6. Dowls

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    I would play this game way more if it had VR features. I personally don't believe that VR is for me however in certain games it would be very enjoyable. MXGP2 would be one of these. I love to play MXGP2 in first person and this would only make the game more immersive. The only issue is development costs.
     
  7. Casiox

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    Well, it definitely would make the game more realistic, but it would be better if you had kind of a handlebar to make it better, indeed.
     
  8. Denis Hard

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    There's no game that won't be good on VR. Car games certainly are great on VR, according to what I've heard but I wonder how a game like MXGP would be (full immersion). At the very least, if I could, I'd want to find out.
     
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    VR is no doubt going to change the gaming industry more than it's ever changed before, and when it comes to racing games then I think this genre of game is going to also change the most more than any other. Most people who play racing games like the realism of them, and with VR then you can't really get anymore realistic than that.

    For some gamers, those that prefer the arcade style racers it might take a bit of getting used to, but for those of us who crave the simulation and realism of a racing game, VR can't come quick enough.
     
  10. Wubwub

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    I can't imagine choosing VR over traditional type of video games because I don't want to be moving my head around all that much and also I'm not really one to be too hyped about extreme realism in games anyway but like I said maybe if I get to try it I'll change my mind or at the very least I will maybe find it enjoyable for a while.
     
  11. SirJoe

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    There might be some people that won't like VR and to leave them without an alternative is not a good idea. It will still be a good part of the market.
     
  12. SirJoe

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    I agree, but there are still a lot of people that are frightened by the whole idea. I personally think it's the future of gaming, it's just a pity it took so long.
     
  13. SirJoe

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    I'm sure that there will always be alternatives to people that aren't interested in VR. I think it's still going to take sometime for the great majority of people to buy the equipment necessary to play games in VR so I don't think the majority of the games will be exclusively VR.
     
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    Yes, it will cost much more than you think. I also think that VR would be much more enjoyable. I am just waiting for this feature to be implemented in this game.
     
  15. justrace

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    I think this is right. Most people will take a lot of time and many people will also ignore buying the VR equipment.
     
  16. Sosi

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    Yes. I think that to have handlebar is always amazing
     
  17. SirJoe

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    We are still at VR's infancy but everything points to it being the future. It might still take some time for it to be fully implemented because of the added expense of the extra equipment.
     
  18. AntonioCalcano

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    Of course I would definitely enjoy playing MXGP2 on VR. MXGP2 is such a great game and using VR to play it would even make it greater. I'm normally using VR now but mostly for watching movies or playing one of those ride games you find on google play. I've never had the pleasure of playing a real game using VR but I would love doing it in the future and I hope next MXGP comes with that option so we can all feel more immersed and find ourselves right in the tracks like if we were there.
     
  19. Wubwub

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    I am one of those people lol. I don't have much interest in it other than maybe being curious enough to try it once or twice but I doubt I'll be that into it enough to want to spend money on it and play on it as my main method.
     
  20. Casiox

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    I understandthe fact people are excited for the releasement of the new VR system, but it's no big deal at all, that's just my opinion.
     

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