VR Beginners Guide

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Blade and Sorcery VR Review – for the Oculus Rift

Posted by Adam Gharra

For the longest time, any VR melee focused game meant its user would soon resort to swirling their controller around aimlessly, all the while destroying any enemy that comes close enough. In comes Blade and Sorcery, which not only renders the swirling tactic useless, it does so while piquing the interest of the player by […]

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Rec Room Virtual Reality Game Review

Posted by VRBeginnersGuide

A GAME WORLD WHERE YOU CAN DO ANYTHING IN VR Like most people these days, VR users are looking for that experience to really put them in the game. They want variety, action, good people to play with, and multiplayer is very important, it allows the game to never be the same. However, most of […]

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The best paid games for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive

Posted by Jason Hawken
This entry is part 7 of 7 in the series Virtual Reality Beginners Guide

The best things in life are free but the best VR games cost money. VR can empty your pockets faster than an addiction to freebasing ground up Fabergé eggs. But you are among an elite group of trailblazers know as early adopters. Still, you will want good value for money and here’s how to get […]

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Will VR make me sick?

Posted by Jason Hawken
This entry is part 5 of 7 in the series Virtual Reality Beginners Guide

There is a lot of talk about people getting sick in VR. While most of this relates to the early prototype units it is certainly not a thing of the past. Almost everyone will feel queasy at some point and some get it worse than others. Thankfully it will go away over time as you […]

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Setup the Oculus Rift (including Steam VR)

Posted by Jason Hawken
This entry is part 4 of 7 in the series Virtual Reality Beginners Guide

How to setup the Oculus Rift You are now the proud owner of a top of the line Virtual Reality system like 80s movies predicted would be normal in the 90s. So it took a bit longer than we expected but at least it’s here now, and it’s not some primitive junk that gives you […]

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Building Your Own VR PC

Posted by Jason Hawken
This entry is part 2 of 7 in the series Virtual Reality Beginners Guide

Setting up your own VR computer you will require at least a little research, the requirements are very high and if you don’t get all the right parts you will be dead in the water. Any ‘VR-Ready’ PC will work but they can range from a few hundred, to a few thousands of dollars. You […]

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VR For Beginners - a VR Beginners Guide

Introduction to Virtual Reality

Posted by Jason Hawken
This entry is part 1 of 7 in the series Virtual Reality Beginners Guide

Welcome to the future, Virtual Reality is here and it works. Hooray! Unfortunately, you need a computer from the future just to be able to use it. For this guide we will be focusing on the HTC Vive and the Oculus Rift as mobile systems like Google Daydream and the PSVR don’t require any messing […]

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5 Reasons VR Is Not Only For Gamers

Posted by VRBeginnersGuide

Virtual reality (VR) headsets are increasingly becoming more and more popular. It seems that all the focus of this technology is on the gaming industry. But that is not the only industry where it’s prevalent. It is bringing real life-changing developments in the medical and military sector. The medical industry is increasingly using VR as […]

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