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Top VR News 8/26/17-9/1/17

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“I Expect You to Die” Earns Over $1M Since December Launched in December 2016, I Expect You to Die has earned more than $1 million dollars.  Developed by Schell Games, the game is available for Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and PlayStation VR.  I Expect You to Die puts the player into view of a 007 […]

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The Latest Troubling News for HTC and the Vive

Posted by VRBeginnersGuide

The downfall of HTC and the Vive could be closer than we expected. Roughly 3 weeks ago we posted an article suggesting tough times ahead for HTC but even we didn’t expect things to go downhill this fast. Cracks started showing a mere 6 days after our article went live when the stock started dropping […]

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Dead Moon VR – Early Access Review

Posted by VRBeginnersGuide

Dead Moon perfectly captures everything that was great about the original Doom. I don’t mean in the carbon copy kind of way. Because this is 2017 and just remaking a game from the early 90’s simply wouldn’t work. The music and color pallet of doom worked well back in the day but would come across […]

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Top Virtual Reality News : August 19-25

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You Can Control VR Nausea Rumor has it that a young company may have a way for you to adjust the “excitement level” of a VR experience to reduce nausea. Some players experience “VR Sickness”, some don’t. What causes the nausea is a difference between what you  see and what you feel.  Though it doesn’t bother […]

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Top 5 VR Announcements 8/6/17–8/12/17

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VRBound Announces the Shortlist for the 2017 VR Awards Presented by AMD, the VR Awards celebrate outstanding achievements in the virtual reality space. An expert-level panel of judges, including Jean Duong, Jennifer Lindsey, Jonathan Nafarret, and Luciana Carvalho Se, will spend the next couple of months evaluating the shortlist of nominees. Not to shown up by […]

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Is this the Beginning of the End for the HTC Vive?

Posted by VRBeginnersGuide

A little history… Things were looking rather grim for Oculus at the end of 2016. SuperData Research estimated there had only been 243,000 Rift units sold verses 420,000 HTC Vive units. Even with Oculus releasing their near the end of the year, it seemed like much of the community had already written Oculus off. The new […]

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The Best 15 Paid VR Games for the HTC Vive

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After a year with the Vive these are my personal favorite paid games. As you may notice, very popular games like Onward and Pavlov are not on this list because I just do not enjoy those types of games. This list is definitely geared more towards those who prefer the single player type games (although […]

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How to use your graphics card to pay for your VR habit

Posted by Jason Hawken

If you logged onto Amazon or Newegg recently to buy an card you will have had a rude awakening. All AMD cards base on the Polaris architecture (, , or , , ) are currently sold out worldwide. Even if you found one in stock the asking price would be up to $400 USD despite […]

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Finally, VR is Coming to the Mac

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Apple’s Vision for VR Apple has been teasing the public for a while now regarding their “behind the scenes” involvement in the VR world. A lot of people were becoming rather concerned about the tech giant’s apparent lack of interest in the technology, but Apple has done this to us before. Appearing to be down […]

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How to play Oculus games on the HTC Vive

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  There is quite a bit of dispute between the Rift and Vive crowds and mostly this relates to Oculus using an exclusives model. Oculus are directly funding the development of many VR titles and resulting games and apps are quite brilliant. The obvious drawback is that users of other VR systems do not have […]

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