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PlayStation virtual reality in stock £349.00 at Tesco collect on 23rd december

£349.00 @ Tesco Direct
Psvr, been out of stock for a long time. Just came in stock national to collect in store, hurry while stocks last. Going for up to 450 on eBay. Collect on 23rd December just in time for Christmas. Bag… Read More
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Psvr, been out of stock for a long time. Just came in stock national to collect in store, hurry while stocks last. Going for up to 450 on eBay. Collect on 23rd December just in time for Christmas. Bagged one for myself
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7 Likes #1
What a waste of money. Virtual reality for £349, reality for free. Mugs.

Edited By: superpanda on Dec 22, 2016 00:24
#2
superpanda
What a waste of money.
Yeah, if you were to buy it on eBay.
#3
gally101
superpanda
What a waste of money.
Yeah, if you were to buy it on eBay.
No you buying it from Tescos.
2 Likes #4
superpanda
gally101
superpanda
What a waste of money.
Yeah, if you were to buy it on eBay.
No you buying it from Tescos.
Not really when you look at how it has 5 star reviews in nearly every website. It's basically the future of gaming, and doesn't have any real competitors.
1 Like #5
Thanks for the post OP, contemplating ordering.. or wait till after Christmas..
1 Like #6
superpanda
What a waste of money. Virtual reality for £349, reality for free. Mugs.
Shows how much people want to escape from reality
14 Likes #7
superpanda
What a waste of money. Virtual reality for £349, reality for free. Mugs.

Spot on... The mugs need to just buy this and live in reality instead...

http://images.halloweencostumes.co.uk/products/9103/1-1/dark-knight-authentic-batman-costume.jpg

Or buy one of these...

http://courses.cs.washington.edu/courses/cse455/08wi/projects/project3/web/artifacts/jonobird-ncall/artifact/xw1.jpg


Oh. Wait. :|

Nah, I think the headset makes a lot more sense. X)
1 Like #8
biddilybah
superpanda
What a waste of money. Virtual reality for £349, reality for free. Mugs.
Spot on... The mugs need to just buy this and live in reality instead...http://images.halloweencostumes.co.uk/products/9103/1-1/dark-knight-authentic-batman-costume.jpg
Or buy one of these...http://courses.cs.washington.edu/courses/cse455/08wi/projects/project3/web/artifacts/jonobird-ncall/artifact/xw1.jpg
Oh. Wait. :|
Nah, I think the headset makes a lot more sense. X)
Summed that one up in a Nutshell
#9
Is this why my move controllers are worth 1800%
Real question
#10
tii
Is this why my move controllers are worth 1800%
Real question
It sure is
#11
tii
Is this why my move controllers are worth 1800%
Real question
And not to forget an extra 200% for the camera
#12
biddilybah
superpanda
What a waste of money. Virtual reality for £349, reality for free. Mugs.

Spot on... The mugs need to just buy this and live in reality instead...

http://images.halloweencostumes.co.uk/products/9103/1-1/dark-knight-authentic-batman-costume.jpg

Or buy one of these...

http://courses.cs.washington.edu/courses/cse455/08wi/projects/project3/web/artifacts/jonobird-ncall/artifact/xw1.jpg


Oh. Wait. :|

Nah, I think the headset makes a lot more sense. X)


why did you choose those pictures in particular? xD
1 Like #13
gally101
superpanda
gally101
superpanda
What a waste of money.
Yeah, if you were to buy it on eBay.
No you buying it from Tescos.
Not really when you look at how it has 5 star reviews in nearly every website. It's basically the future of gaming, and doesn't have any real competitors.


You can read the reviews after being motion sick all-over your floor.
#14
heat for price possibly will not get a vr tho
1 Like #15
I tried this on the Sony VR tour in September and was very impressed, but I advise that the available games warrant some research before you jump in. Some are no more than tech demos. Also, to benefit from full framerate and, therefore, help to avoid motion sickness a ps4 pro is recommended to run this to its full potential. I saw a guy pass out after playing Robinson: The Journey for 10mins. That game was making me feel ill just watching via the monitor. First person games where your character walks about have a higher chance of causing motion sickness imo. Games where the character is sat down...flight sims, driving games should fair better because you will (mostly) be sat down while using a vr headset. Anyway, very cool Xmas pressie, but defo do research first.
#16
Showing as collect on 8th Feb for me. Must be all gone
#17
but I dont have ps 4 pro
1 Like #18
Out of stock. It preorder for next Feb.
1 Like #19
gally101
tii
Is this why my move controllers are worth 1800%
Real question
And not to forget an extra 200% for the camera


lol what? PS camera is widely available for sub £40.
#20
gally101
tii
Is this why my move controllers are worth 1800%
Real question
And not to forget an extra 200% for the camera


Loll you are the OP dude, you are supposed to be positive about the item , or am i missing something ....
#21
RRP's not exactly a deal
2 Likes #22
This thing is amazing, tried mine out last night and it blew me away. It is something totally new and very well done - I had my moneys worth fully within the first 20 minutes alone.

Bear in mind these have been sold out since release day in early October, getting one Christmas week certainly is a deal in the current availability climate.



Edited By: unknownorigin on Dec 22, 2016 07:56: a
1 Like #23
Karmazyn
but I dont have ps 4 pro


doesnt matter, works on every ps4 without any problems, I was a skeptic but got gifted the PlayStation VR and love it, I highly recommend it and I've not had any motion/sickness problems but some people that have played it at mine have felt drowsy after 10-15 mins at first but have built up to playing it for an hour without any problems now, it's really immersive
6 Likes #24
superpanda
What a waste of money. Virtual reality for £349, reality for free. Mugs.

You are keeping it real, spending your reality time on HUKD X)
#25
Took mine back, outrageous tracking issues, I had the drift really bad - tried everything except painting my walls a different colour...
#26
Jonnyblock
superpanda
What a waste of money. Virtual reality for £349, reality for free. Mugs.

You are keeping it real, spending your reality time on HUKD X)


worse than that: he's not even looking for deals, just trolling people who are. that's not a great use of his reality time. mug.
1 Like #27
Morpheus_00
Jonnyblock
superpanda
What a waste of money. Virtual reality for £349, reality for free. Mugs.
You are keeping it real, spending your reality time on HUKD X)
worse than that: he's not even looking for deals, just trolling people who are. that's not a great use of his reality time. mug.
I think you've just "mugged" him off
1 Like #28
mines not even dispatched yet and collection is for today. oO
#29
supposed to be here for 3 pm .....
#30
painstick
I tried this on the Sony VR tour in September and was very impressed, but I advise that the available games warrant some research before you jump in. Some are no more than tech demos. Also, to benefit from full framerate and, therefore, help to avoid motion sickness a ps4 pro is recommended to run this to its full potential. I saw a guy pass out after playing Robinson: The Journey for 10mins. That game was making me feel ill just watching via the monitor. First person games where your character walks about have a higher chance of causing motion sickness imo. Games where the character is sat down...flight sims, driving games should fair better because you will (mostly) be sat down while using a vr headset. Anyway, very cool Xmas pressie, but defo do research first.

super cool story bro
#31
Ordered for one as a present for my son for Christmas and was meant to be delivered to my local store yesterday,but it wasn't and was told I'd get it today,just spoken to Tesco and they said that we won't now get it until after Christmas,and they can't even give a date for that.

Not happy as at no point did they say there were any delays and at no point have they tried to contact me to say we won't get it in time for the big day.
#32
same here , wont be here til late January , i had a go at them , why let us place an order and then not even bother telling us.I am going to complain ,anyone know who best to complain too ?
#33
lol still not here yet, delivery date was 23rd december.
#34
they phoned me to say if i wanted home delivery , i cancelled it.

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