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Driveclub VR (PS4) £22.00 (Prime) £24.00 (Non Prime) Delivered @ Amazon

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The roar of the engines... the screech of the tyres... the scream of the crowds...DRIVECLUB VR powers into an extended season of highly immersive virtual reality racing with a bigger, more powerful en… Read More
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The roar of the engines... the screech of the tyres... the scream of the crowds...DRIVECLUB VR powers into an extended season of highly immersive virtual reality racing with a bigger, more powerful engine fulled by PlayStation VR
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2 Likes #1
Ah christ, my poor wallet.
#2
Nice, seems Eve is also now £38 with prime and RIGS is £35.99. Cheapest I've seen for both so far.
#3
Nice price I have vr games and no vr
2 Likes #4
Don't forget to get a sick bucket for this game, everybody I know who played it said it made them feel ill.
2 Likes #5
john swfc
Don't forget to get a sick bucket for this game, everybody I know who played it said it made them feel ill.
Same here, I got so sick I couldnt even finish a race. I reecommend anyone considering this play the demo before they buy. This game will be £2 at cex in a couple of months.
#6
There's me thinking i got it cheap of Ebay for £26 the other day. I knew i should have waited.
2 Likes #7
john swfc
Don't forget to get a sick bucket for this game, everybody I know who played it said it made them feel ill.
I'm fine when playing this. After a glass of wine, it was a different story, so I don't drink and VR drive. :)
#8
stel
john swfc
Don't forget to get a sick bucket for this game, everybody I know who played it said it made them feel ill.
Same here, I got so sick I couldnt even finish a race. I reecommend anyone considering this play the demo before they buy. This game will be £2 at cex in a couple of months.


I play it for hours, both with a wheel and a controller. And only felt a bit queasy on my second day with it. Been fine since. It's my favourite game in VR.
1 Like #9
john swfc
Don't forget to get a sick bucket for this game, everybody I know who played it said it made them feel ill.


true story. experienced it as well and dizziness lasted whole day after 20min of playing. I blame disappointing graphics. I believe if it was better we wouldn't have to focus so much to see the road.
1 Like #10
I was fine playing this for hours but put Rigs on and we'll that's a whole different story was ill for a good 5 hours!
#11
I love it, but no sickness what so ever for me, I play in the on the bonnet view.

My friend, however, had sweats and felt so sick he had to get some air in less than a lap.

Edited By: CLEPAU676 on Oct 25, 2016 11:29: none
#12
This VR stuff sounds amazing.........if you wanna be throwing up all day. Lovely stuff.
1 Like #13
bonovox12345
This VR stuff sounds amazing.........if you wanna be throwing up all day. Lovely stuff.


wait till dirt rally VR comes out on ps4 :D
#14
simno84
I was fine playing this for hours but put Rigs on and we'll that's a whole different story was ill for a good 5 hours!

Rigs is awful, I did 5 minutes of the demo and had to take an hours break!, but Driveclub is just Awesome,
#15
CLEPAU676
I love it, but no sickness what so ever for me, I play in the on the bonnet view.

My friend, however, had sweats and felt so sick he had to get some air in less than a lap.


yeah that camera may be the key to avoid it but it won't feel as real as first person view
#16
john swfc
Don't forget to get a sick bucket for this game, everybody I know who played it said it made them feel ill.

I played it and felt odd for about the first 15 seconds and then I was fine...
1 Like #17
I use the interior car view with Dualshock 4. Never had any motion sickness. I love the drift/speed trials. Addictive trying to best your own scores/times.

If you're of a weak disposition and get motion sickness it's an easy game to drop in and out of in small bites. To build yourself up.

Getting some of your favourite music playing on Spotify PS4 app and blasting down the road in this game is awesome.
4 Likes #18
Played on mine VR for 40+ so far, got all the games, had no sick issues at all, drinking or no drinking while playing... heads up, to save removing the headset to take a drink use a straw :)
#19
JohnnyboyD121277
Played on mine VR for 40+ so far, got all the games, had no sick issues at all, drinking or no drinking while playing... heads up, to save removing the headset to take a drink use a straw :)


I wonder if a beer helmet would fit over the headset...
1 Like #20
JohnnyboyD121277
Played on mine VR for 40+ so far, got all the games, had no sick issues at all, drinking or no drinking while playing... heads up, to save removing the headset to take a drink use a straw :)


I wonder if a beer helmet would fit over the headset...
#21
Don't tempt me to buy one and try :3:3
#22
No issues for me either... On any game, must affect a %age of the population...

Graphically quite poor but still amazing entertainment.
#23
Played the demo and I never felt sick. I'm not getting it tho because for a beautiful game the VR version is terrible looking.

Edited By: ShineHunter on Oct 25, 2016 15:08: auto correct error
#24
john swfc
Don't forget to get a sick bucket for this game, everybody I know who played it said it made them feel ill.

Didn't make me i'll, however i made sure to set my eye distance correctly before i started.
#25
john swfc
Don't forget to get a sick bucket for this game, everybody I know who played it said it made them feel ill.


i felt fine, depends how you drive, if you keep it on the road you'll be fine
#26
I think when it comes to VR games motion sickness can be varied on a user per user base.
#27
If your idea of a 2016 VR game is viewing a Ps/2/3 game through a net curtain then get this game. I preordered a PsVR primarily for racing games but as soon as I played Driveclub it went straight back. This left me with a Ps4 that will gather dust (like my Ps3) but if they manage to sort of the terrible resolution and screen door effects on the PsPro I 'might' get another one (the comfort and head tracking were excellent)
#28
simno84
I was fine playing this for hours but put Rigs on and we'll that's a whole different story was ill for a good 5 hours!
Same with me, wow I felt like s*#@% after RIGS. Tried it another day thinking maybe was because it was first time on VR but no, same again lol Certainly won't be playing it again
#29
john swfc
Don't forget to get a sick bucket for this game, everybody I know who played it said it made them feel ill.


4 hours on Driveclub VR and no ill effects whatsoever. I guess f you already prone to travel/motion sickness that this will just over emphasise it
1 Like #30
StonedSte
If your idea of a 2016 VR game is viewing a Ps/2/3 game through a net curtain then get this game. I preordered a PsVR primarily for racing games but as soon as I played Driveclub it went straight back. This left me with a Ps4 that will gather dust (like my Ps3) but if they manage to sort of the terrible resolution and screen door effects on the PsPro I 'might' get another one (the comfort and head tracking were excellent)


Driveclub requires that you set your eye distance correctly, i had the same issue when i first played it, but after adjusting in the VR settings it was crystal clear.

Oh, and the screen door effect on the PSVR is practically non existent compared with the rift and vive, so you're sounding like a troll

Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Oct 25, 2016 16:26
#31
StonedSte
If your idea of a 2016 VR game is viewing a Ps/2/3 game through a net curtain then get this game. I preordered a PsVR primarily for racing games but as soon as I played Driveclub it went straight back. This left me with a Ps4 that will gather dust (like my Ps3) but if they manage to sort of the terrible resolution and screen door effects on the PsPro I 'might' get another one (the comfort and head tracking were excellent)


Whilst I personally enjoy Driveclub in ITS VR guise as well, it's fair to say it is let down by the graphics. That being said, this is a couple of year old game that has been tweaked to allow VR gameplay. Im looking forward to the next driving game that has been developed with VR in mind.
#32
jayjayuk1234
StonedSte
If your idea of a 2016 VR game is viewing a Ps/2/3 game through a net curtain then get this game. I preordered a PsVR primarily for racing games but as soon as I played Driveclub it went straight back. This left me with a Ps4 that will gather dust (like my Ps3) but if they manage to sort of the terrible resolution and screen door effects on the PsPro I 'might' get another one (the comfort and head tracking were excellent)
Driveclub requires that you set your eye distance correctly, i had the same issue when i first played it, but after adjusting in the VR settings it was crystal clear.
Oh, and the screen door effect on the PSVR is practically non existent compared with the rift and vive, so you're sounding like a troll

I tried everything 'including' the eye calibration in the Ps4 VR settings, and it made no difference at all. Oh and I'm well aware that the screen door effect is stronger on the Vive/Rift, than the PsVR (due to the reviews from people I know with all 3) but to me it just sounds like you are easily pleased, and just accept that VR is not quite there yet.

jouster

Whilst I personally enjoy Driveclub in ITS VR guise as well, it's fair to say it is let down by the graphics. That being said, this is a couple of year old game that has been tweaked to allow VR gameplay. Im looking forward to the next driving game that has been developed with VR in mind.

To be honest the resolution 'might' be addressed - & fixed - with the power of the PsPro but you cannot swap out the screen of the headset (which gives you the net curtain effect) Oh and I haven't given up on VR yet but I'm hoping Occulus will bring out a RIFT for the Xbox Scorpio which will fix (or make better) the issues of the PsVR.
#33
StonedSte
I tried everything 'including' the eye calibration in the Ps4 VR settings, and it made no difference at all. Oh and I'm well aware that the screen door effect is stronger on the Vive/Rift, than the PsVR (due to the reviews from people I know with all 3) but to me it just sounds like you are easily pleased, and just accept that VR is not quite there yet.

Easily pleased? not at all, i just know what the limitations are at present, not sure what you were expecting??? :D:D

Were you expecting a perfect VR experience on a £350 VR unit and a £200 quid console??? are you really this naive???

When we have 128k image resolution per eyeball, built into a pair of contact lenses, or even some kind of way of transmitting it directly into your brain! - then maybe i can say we were at the limit, of course i know that VR will get better and better as time goes on, and accept that it's still early days, for the money paid i am over the moon with it!

The experience and immersion is far superior to the best graphical game on a TV / PC monitor by far, id take this type of game over the best 4 k graphics there is

And there you go, more troll confirmation?? talking about this Scorpio?? hahaha, its about a year away and is nothing more than a dangled carrot by microsoft to make xbox owners content with their underpowered xbones! - by the time next year comes the Scorpio will be old news and superseded.

Hey everyone look at this uber powered console we have jotted down on paper!! - that we can't make right now so in the meantime here's a crappy xbox one s - which can't even bitstream HD audio! it's pure comedy! :D:D:D:D:D




Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Oct 25, 2016 17:42: a
#34
StonedSte
jayjayuk1234
StonedSte
If your idea of a 2016 VR game is viewing a Ps/2/3 game through a net curtain then get this game. I preordered a PsVR primarily for racing games but as soon as I played Driveclub it went straight back. This left me with a Ps4 that will gather dust (like my Ps3) but if they manage to sort of the terrible resolution and screen door effects on the PsPro I 'might' get another one (the comfort and head tracking were excellent)
Driveclub requires that you set your eye distance correctly, i had the same issue when i first played it, but after adjusting in the VR settings it was crystal clear.
Oh, and the screen door effect on the PSVR is practically non existent compared with the rift and vive, so you're sounding like a troll
I tried everything 'including' the eye calibration in the Ps4 VR settings, and it made no difference at all. Oh and I'm well aware that the screen door effect is stronger on the Vive/Rift, than the PsVR (due to the reviews from people I know with all 3) but to me it just sounds like you are easily pleased, and just accept that VR is not quite there yet.
jouster

Whilst I personally enjoy Driveclub in ITS VR guise as well, it's fair to say it is let down by the graphics. That being said, this is a couple of year old game that has been tweaked to allow VR gameplay. Im looking forward to the next driving game that has been developed with VR in mind.
To be honest the resolution 'might' be addressed - & fixed - with the power of the PsPro but you cannot swap out the screen of the headset (which gives you the net curtain effect) Oh and I haven't given up on VR yet but I'm hoping Occulus will bring out a RIFT for the Xbox Scorpio which will fix (or make better) the issues of the PsVR.
Apparently DrhveClub will receiver no benefit from the Pro (which is a shame)
#35
Love the game can't play more than 1lap makes me feel sick
#36
Decided to buy though demo did put me off. Motion sickness on first go but tried a few days later and completed a race. Perhaps you can get used to it, build up a tolerance.
#37
Another one here who loves this game and doesn't get motion sickness.

Like someone posted earlier. It's down to the individual and how they react to it.

Far too many sweeping statements on here when it comes to PSVR games...

Oh and heated, great price! :)
#38
Driveclub VR was my most anticipated VR game, but turned out to be the worst VR game on the console :(

Driveclub VR drives brilliantly with a great sense of driving, but sadly the PS4 just cannot handle the graphics workload to do it justice and make it playable.

A crying shame as it drives and handles VERY well. This would be the best VR game IF the graphics were not so grainy and unclear. ...perhaps the PS Pro will fix it?
#39
Amazing how different experiences people have with Driveclub VR. My longest session is three hours and I've completed the single player campaign. Not once I've had any motion sickness. I don't mind the bad resolution when immersion is perfect. I just can't get enough of this game and I don't usually like driving games
#40
Thanks

I'm the same. I felt sick the first time I played it then the second time I felt fine and the same went for Tombraider I'm ok with them all the time now. So I think you just get use to it.

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