CROTEAM VR Bundle 5 games all serious Sam VR games and The talos principle VR £26.33 @ steam
246°

CROTEAM VR Bundle 5 games all serious Sam VR games and The talos principle VR £26.33 @ steam

21
Found 10th MayEdited by:"geebeegooner"
Around £150 worth of games.
Crazy price imo.
Even cheaper if you own any previous games
2938254-WfDK5.jpg
Community Updates
Steam DealsSteam voucher

Groups

21 Comments
Nice
Bought.
Original Poster
simonbrown6 m ago

Bought.


I'm hovering over buy myself.
I own one of them and it's £18.84 for me.
Only works out at £4.61 per game
Thanks op.. More VR Goodness
Anyone had any experience using the PS VR headset with the PC? Picking one up today and curious if it works ok using a PC too.
Seriously tempting!
DIggy8930 m ago

Anyone had any experience using the PS VR headset with the PC? Picking one …Anyone had any experience using the PS VR headset with the PC? Picking one up today and curious if it works ok using a PC too.


It does sort of work, thanks to modders you can get custom drivers. So as a 3d display your good but has limited tracking ability, as neither Vive or Oculus use cameras and wands with glowing baubles.
Edited by: "sharzam1" 11th May
very tempting, not played any serious sam vr titles, how are they? I have the talos principle 2d which is greata nd had a quick go on the vr version during the free weekend and I'm tempted just for that
I was holding out for Talios Principle on VR and Serious Sam VR.. They were £26-27 on Oculus Store (Duo Pack) a few weeks back.. so extra games are bonus.. Thanks and HOT HOT HOT
sharzam12 h, 27 m ago

It does sort of work, thanks to modders you can get custom drivers. So as …It does sort of work, thanks to modders you can get custom drivers. So as a 3d display your good but has limited tracking ability, as neither Vive or Oculus use cameras and wands with glowing baubles.



Yeap, i have the Rift and the PSVR, BUT, once i used the PSVR i was over for the rift, yes it doesroom scale better than the PSVR,(when it decided to work), BUT, the PSVR wins on two big issues that i have with the rift, Screen ddor effect is alomst gone on the PSVR, but more importantly....NO GOD RAYS on the PSVR, i mean talk about literally opening your eyes, i have no idea VR could be so cryatsal clear and sharp, and not look like you had just sneezed all over the lenses.
As for the PC you can enjoy sitting down games like Elite dangerous, or Dirt Rally or Star trek Bridge crew, basically any vr game that you can use a controller with you will be fine with the PSVR on the PC, yes you can also add the ps motion controllers but that takes a bit more time to set up and i have never really got them to work 100% perfect.
Original Poster
badasschris1 h, 8 m ago

very tempting, not played any serious sam vr titles, how are they? I have …very tempting, not played any serious sam vr titles, how are they? I have the talos principle 2d which is greata nd had a quick go on the vr version during the free weekend and I'm tempted just for that




Read reviews pal.
Think they pretty much positive across the board.
I paid £28 for the last encounter
So it's like getting all other games for free.
I've never seen them this cheap before they work out at just over £5 each in this bundle.
XP20016 m ago

Yeap, i have the Rift and the PSVR, BUT, once i used the PSVR i was over …Yeap, i have the Rift and the PSVR, BUT, once i used the PSVR i was over for the rift, yes it doesroom scale better than the PSVR,(when it decided to work), BUT, the PSVR wins on two big issues that i have with the rift, Screen ddor effect is alomst gone on the PSVR, but more importantly....NO GOD RAYS on the PSVR, i mean talk about literally opening your eyes, i have no idea VR could be so cryatsal clear and sharp, and not look like you had just sneezed all over the lenses.As for the PC you can enjoy sitting down games like Elite dangerous, or Dirt Rally or Star trek Bridge crew, basically any vr game that you can use a controller with you will be fine with the PSVR on the PC, yes you can also add the ps motion controllers but that takes a bit more time to set up and i have never really got them to work 100% perfect.


Not having positional tracking is a pretty huge problem you're not mentioning here. While not *absolutely essential* for certain cockpit games, it's still jarring to not have it. And there's lots of other 'sit down' games where lack of positional tracking will actually be a problem.

I totally agree with your observations about lack of screen door and god rays as big benefits of PSVR, but if you want to take advantage of PC VR software, PSVR is a very poor hack job overall. Would not recommend buying a PSVR for that purpose whatsoever. Rift+Touch is an affordable alternative that gives you full, uncompromised access. If you want to buy PSVR - awesome, it's a good bit of kit, but only do that if your main priority is Playstation software.
Edited by: "Seanspeed" 11th May
^^I am assuming the poster is buying the PSVR predominantly for their PS4, with the added benefit of using the VR headset on the PC as well, limited as it is, it is still less costly than a rift or the vive and quality wise kicks both well into touch in my view.(pun intended).
Oculus and Sony need to get together and produce the perfect Vr headset, Oculus bring in comfort, motion controllers and tracking and Sony brings in their crisp clear visuals and ease of use........tadaaa, the perfect headset.
Edited by: "XP200" 11th May
geebeegooner11th May

Read reviews pal.Think they pretty much positive across the board.I paid …Read reviews pal.Think they pretty much positive across the board.I paid £28 for the last encounter So it's like getting all other games for free.I've never seen them this cheap before they work out at just over £5 each in this bundle.


well I didn't really need any convincing but you've done it. Thats 5 more VR game to add to the collection. I wonder when I'll get time to play any with EVE valkarie, pinball, skyrim vr and fallout 4 vr still yet to play, not including the countless others that I've put a few hours into but no where near compleated
XP20010 m ago

^^I am assuming the poster is buying the PSVR predominantly for their PS4, …^^I am assuming the poster is buying the PSVR predominantly for their PS4, with the added benefit of using the VR headset on the PC as well, limited as it is, it is still less costly than a rift or the vive and quality wise kicks both well into touch in my view.(pun intended). Oculus and Sony need to get together and produce the perfect Vr headset, Oculus bring in comfort, motion controllers and tracking and Sony brings in their crisp clear visuals and ease of use........tadaaa, the perfect headset.


the next rift will do that, the oculus go already has the best display and comfort. (higher sub pixel density than the vive pro and next to no screen door) Very much looking forward to what Oculus release next
Original Poster
badasschris8 m ago

well I didn't really need any convincing but you've done it. Thats 5 more …well I didn't really need any convincing but you've done it. Thats 5 more VR game to add to the collection. I wonder when I'll get time to play any with EVE valkarie, pinball, skyrim vr and fallout 4 vr still yet to play, not including the countless others that I've put a few hours into but no where near compleated


I've got the vive/rift and both are out of use atm and will be for some time.
Major House work is great
So these are on my pile of shame, just had to buy them though at this price.
Awesome bundle, bought it some time back. Still haven't even looked at it yet *sigh*

Heat since a few people might not have seen this.
Edited by: "Enet" 11th May
Original Poster
Enet1 h, 28 m ago

Awesome bundle, bought it some time back. Still haven't even looked at it …Awesome bundle, bought it some time back. Still haven't even looked at it yet *sigh* Heat since a few people might not have seen this.


They never go crazy hot VR game deals but I post because I know a bargain and helps out some fellow VR users
Thanks for the heat
Edited by: "geebeegooner" 11th May
XP2003 h, 40 m ago

^^I am assuming the poster is buying the PSVR predominantly for their PS4, …^^I am assuming the poster is buying the PSVR predominantly for their PS4, with the added benefit of using the VR headset on the PC as well, limited as it is, it is still less costly than a rift or the vive and quality wise kicks both well into touch in my view.(pun intended). Oculus and Sony need to get together and produce the perfect Vr headset, Oculus bring in comfort, motion controllers and tracking and Sony brings in their crisp clear visuals and ease of use........tadaaa, the perfect headset.



Yes, i'm buying for the PS4 but it would be nice to be able to use it on PC as well. Thanks to you both for the thoughts
XP2005 h, 33 m ago

Yeap, i have the Rift and the PSVR, BUT, once i used the PSVR i was over …Yeap, i have the Rift and the PSVR, BUT, once i used the PSVR i was over for the rift, yes it doesroom scale better than the PSVR,(when it decided to work), BUT, the PSVR wins on two big issues that i have with the rift, Screen ddor effect is alomst gone on the PSVR, but more importantly....NO GOD RAYS on the PSVR, i mean talk about literally opening your eyes, i have no idea VR could be so cryatsal clear and sharp, and not look like you had just sneezed all over the lenses.As for the PC you can enjoy sitting down games like Elite dangerous, or Dirt Rally or Star trek Bridge crew, basically any vr game that you can use a controller with you will be fine with the PSVR on the PC, yes you can also add the ps motion controllers but that takes a bit more time to set up and i have never really got them to work 100% perfect.


Godrays are nasty, but you only get them with something bright against a dark background. You mainly see them on text in menus and loading screens, but in actual gameplay I rarely see them. Having said that I can see how Elite is uniquely bad for godrays though since obviously space is very dark. Same thing with screen door, the moment you actually start playing something you don't notice it anymore.

Anyway most of the VR games I play use the Touch controllers so PSVR would be no use to me.
DIggy893 h, 57 m ago

Yes, i'm buying for the PS4 but it would be nice to be able to use it on …Yes, i'm buying for the PS4 but it would be nice to be able to use it on PC as well. Thanks to you both for the thoughts



PS4 wise it works great, PC wise with some tinkering you will be able to use it for seated games, and of course you can still mess about to get it working with the Ps3 motion controllers but i think it is best for seated just for seated games at present, and those modding and hacking the it for PC are always working on it to improve and add stuff, so i have no doubt at some point somebody will be able to add positional tracking eith er via the pS4 camera or something else.

I had the DK2 and i managed to get the PS3 move controllers to work with 2 PS3 eye camera's, yes it was wonky but it did work at times, and that was a year ago, so i am hoping that they manage to solve it before long, some right now are fixing a PS3 move controller to the top of the PSVR and using that with the same ps3 eye camera and that gives them positional tracking, but tha is alittle too much for me. ha
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text