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virtual reality

  1. Joshua the Writer

    Multiplayer VR Shooters

    Do you think only VR shooter games would become popular and more common eventually? And will they be practical? I think, yeah, they would become popular, but not to the extent of those played on keyboard and mouse / gamepad. First of all, there is reloading guns to worry about. There are...
  2. Butterfly88

    Virtual Reality Games

    I'm looking into trying virtual reality games on Steam. Has anyone tried any? Did you like virtual reality or did it cause a sensory overload? Any game recommendations?
  3. Misery

    Sarcastic ramblings about whatever (and my hobbies)

    Welcome, all, to whatever this is! Here I'll be tending to ramble on about my various interests, hobbies (things like board games, drones, VR, and so on), or whatever other nonsense occurs to me. Apparently, some people like reading this stuff. Cant imagine why. Inside of this, you'll find...
  4. Ephraim Becker

    I entertained my 6 year old brother with my Google Cardboard VR headset

    I entertained my 6 year old brother, Pinnie The Pooh, with my Google Cardboard VR headset. I have in the headset an iPhone 5C without service (it was my mother's phone before she upgraded to an iPhone 6S). Pinnie The Pooh was amazed by the fact that he feels like he's really there. Before Pinnie...
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