I finished Job Simulator last night. I have to say I’m a bit disappointed. The demo was so good and left me wanting more. But the game doesn’t really sustain its charm and humor throughout. They were right to have only released it for $20 new. The only reason that I don’t feel ripped off at $30 for a used copy is that it’s rare and has resale value.
That being said, it was fairly enjoyable. Just wanted to throw it out there for anyone thinking about paying eBay prices
I'm done with this fucking OCD physical collecting. I'm over it. I'm just going to use the 20% off coupon and get the digital version. I checked over on PSPrices and the lowest it's ever gone for is $16.49, so I won't feel so bad. However, if it goes on sale for even lower after this, I will kill myself.
Of course, the one I really wanted to get was The Brookhaven Experiment (since it's compatible with the Aim), but since it's been listed in the past for $9.99, I'm going to hold off indefinitely.
I was just reading that Farpoint has some co-op online modes. Has anyone tried these out? Are they any good? Can you play with randoms or do you need to set it up with friends outside of the game and all hop on? I still have a ways to go in the game but damn I think co-op modes would be fun to play after.
Good luck finding someone to play co-op with (same with Arizona Sunshine and Eagle Flight). Eventually I was forced to uninstall because I need the hard drive space.
Hm, sounds like changing the settings to allow turning would be even worse for me then, since I can't even handle it without turning right now, just walking forward/backward. I haven't played that many VR games, and the ones I have played were mostly stationary/teleporting, so maybe I just need to get better VR legs.
Unfortunately, from my successful initial testing I might have gotten overconfident, since I basically went all-in buying all the physical PSVR games for my backlog including the more intensive ones like RIGS and Driveclub. I'm afraid I might have gotten ahead of myself.
I've noticed there are times when I'm more susceptible to feeling ill. Definitely don't play on an empty stomach or if you're grossly full. Also, make sure whatever room you're in is well-ventilated. If you have a fan, use it (I've had to take my shirt off during particularly intense scenarios). Make sure the room is proper dark too and there isn't any extra light peeking in through the sides. And I guess keep repeating to yourself, "It's only VR, it's only VR..."