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PlayStation VR Worlds Amazon Warehouse Deals - £18.79 (Prime or add £1.99)

£18.79 @ Amazon
Factory Sealed. Small mark on the disk. All purchases eligible for Amazon customer service and a 30-day return policy. Read More
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6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago
Factory Sealed. Small mark on the disk. All purchases eligible for Amazon customer service and a 30-day return policy.
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6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago
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3 Likes #1
Bit confused how the disk got marked, but still is/got factory sealed. But anyway, heat!
1 Like #2
...indeed - how do they know the disc is marked if it's sealed? ;)
3 Likes #3
coco2007
...indeed - how do they know the disc is marked if it's sealed? ;)
Standard equipment for Amazon Warehouse operatives:
https://rexpullmanwrites.files.wordpress.com/2015/01/xray-specs.jpg
#4
Small mark on the case, maybe?
#5
DannGo
Small mark on the case, maybe?

There was one, but gone now, that stated case was marked. So this is the disk, well meant to be. I need a deal on x-ray specs :)
1 Like #6
I remember when playstation demos came free on the front of magazines, wait till its a fiver then you wont feel like you've been robbed, I'm speaking form experience here.

I paid 25 quid for this at launch and its got about an hours worth of content on it, also when you consider that the demo for this on the playstation store lets you do the best bits i.e the shark dive and the shooting gallery of the london heist it really is like flushing £19.00 down the loo.
#7
Lebdude
I remember when playstation demos came free on the front of magazines, wait till its a fiver then you wont feel like you've been robbed, I'm speaking form experience here.

I paid 25 quid for this at launch and its got about an hours worth of content on it, also when you consider that the demo for this on the playstation store lets you do the best bits i.e the shark dive and the shooting gallery of the london heist it really is like flushing £19.00 down the loo.


The demos are the shooting gallery and a coral reef dive, not the shark dive and certainly not the best parts of the retail game.

With that said, I agree that it is overpriced even at the £15 I paid. £10 and below it's not such a bad deal and could be justified as keeping to show off the capabilities of the headset.
#8
The ball game is great fun, and addictive.

The dive is a great intro to VR, but no replay value.

The luge game is awful.

The space game is fine, good even, but vomit inducing.

The London Heist is fantastic fun. Probably the best VR experience I've had. Bit only if you have the Move Controllers.

Overall, worth the £25 I paid? Probably not. Worth £20? Probably not. £15 would be fair for this.
#9
This should've been free really. VR, camera, two move controllers.

At least £450 full price and were left with demos.

I've only bought the Sports Pub one for £9.99.
#10
sparc
This should've been free really. VR, camera, two move controllers.
At least £450 full price and were left with demos.
I've only bought the Sports Pub one for £9.99.
Arkham VR is one of the better PSVR titles (it's the one I demo for friends), Job Simulator is really fun (my daughter keeps returning to that one) and EVE: Valkyrie is pretty good.
RES, Thumper, Headmaster and Tumble are diverting but nothing that'll hold your attention for long (demos will suffice).
Other than these, I've not been massively impressed with a lot of PSVR games...
I quite liked Battlezone but I don't think it's worth the money, even at £25, VR Worlds should be around a tenner, RIGS is an overpriced clunky vomit-fest, Robinson is massively over-priced for such short, limited gameplay and DriveClub is massively downgraded graphically, has less cars on the track and suffers badly from image drift.
The "experience" games, VR add-ons and mini-games are free on other VR platforms - Sony are going to kill the platform quickly by turning the "cheapest VR" solution into a fairly expensive one through game pricing (but then Sony already have a lot of bullet holes in their feet so this shouldn't surprise anyone).
#11
BubaMan
sparc
This should've been free really. VR, camera, two move controllers.
At least £450 full price and were left with demos.
I've only bought the Sports Pub one for £9.99.
Arkham VR is one of the better PSVR titles (it's the one I demo for friends), Job Simulator is really fun (my daughter keeps returning to that one) and EVE: Valkyrie is pretty good.
RES, Thumper, Headmaster and Tumble are diverting but nothing that'll hold your attention for long (demos will suffice).
Other than these, I've not been massively impressed with a lot of PSVR games...
I quite liked Battlezone but I don't think it's worth the money, even at £25, VR Worlds should be around a tenner, RIGS is an overpriced clunky vomit-fest, Robinson is massively over-priced for such short, limited gameplay and DriveClub is massively downgraded graphically, has less cars on the track and suffers badly from image drift.
The "experience" games, VR add-ons and mini-games are free on other VR platforms - Sony are going to kill the platform quickly by turning the "cheapest VR" solution into a fairly expensive one through game pricing (but then Sony already have a lot of bullet holes in their feet so this shouldn't surprise anyone).

Farpoint and the Aim Controller might be good but it's probably gonna be another £100 for the gun.
#12
sparc
BubaMan
sparc
This should've been free really. VR, camera, two move controllers.
At least £450 full price and were left with demos.
I've only bought the Sports Pub one for £9.99.
Arkham VR is one of the better PSVR titles (it's the one I demo for friends), Job Simulator is really fun (my daughter keeps returning to that one) and EVE: Valkyrie is pretty good.
RES, Thumper, Headmaster and Tumble are diverting but nothing that'll hold your attention for long (demos will suffice).
Other than these, I've not been massively impressed with a lot of PSVR games...
I quite liked Battlezone but I don't think it's worth the money, even at £25, VR Worlds should be around a tenner, RIGS is an overpriced clunky vomit-fest, Robinson is massively over-priced for such short, limited gameplay and DriveClub is massively downgraded graphically, has less cars on the track and suffers badly from image drift.
The "experience" games, VR add-ons and mini-games are free on other VR platforms - Sony are going to kill the platform quickly by turning the "cheapest VR" solution into a fairly expensive one through game pricing (but then Sony already have a lot of bullet holes in their feet so this shouldn't surprise anyone).
Farpoint and the Aim Controller might be good but it's probably gonna be another £100 for the gun.
Where's the flipping lightsaber battle game? FFS :p

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