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Unfinisheddoug

Member Since 28 Nov 2018
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#14286569 Official Playstation VR Deals and Discussion Thread

Posted by Unfinisheddoug on 06 May 2020 - 01:44 AM

How much of an improvement over Box VR is Beat Saber? I enjoy Box, but I've heard Beat Saber is peak PSVR...and it's never going on sale, apparently.

While they're both rhythm games with similar concepts, their purposes are very different. Beat Saber is a very fun game. Total pick up and play for anyone and great to show off to friends. Get a group together, pass everything around, and have a fun night. It's perfect for those of us who treat VR as something to share with others while still being a blast by yourself.
BoxVR is a workout simulation that also happens to be fun. There's no penalty for failing in the normal play. You'll do workouts from just a couple minutes long all the way up to over an hour, if you so choose (and are able). This is not great for sociability, unless it's just a couple of you and you're patient with each other. But it does make working out legitimately fun.
So it kind of depends on what you're looking for. I have both and love them equally for the different reasons described above.


#14143082 Official Playstation VR Deals and Discussion Thread

Posted by Unfinisheddoug on 15 March 2019 - 02:57 PM

has any played pixel ripped 1989?
$14.99 ( $12.49 if u have + )
is it any good? an also theres an paperboy like game any 1 played it any thoughts?


I got it last time it was on sale. Though it only lasts a couple hours, it's FULL of pure joy. So if, in your mind, a couple of really great, fun-filled hours is worth that price, then get it.
Also, if you're the type to show off your VR to friends, as a lot of us are, I let a buddy try it and he couldn't stop until he'd finished either. Made it even more worth it to me.
There is limited replayability for some, as in the game within the game there are collectibles, and there's a tiny added game mode unlocked after you finish the main game. Neither of these led me back to playing again, but I still do not regret my purchase at all.
Hope this has helped!