PlayStation VR + Camera V2 + RIGS + Super Stardust Ultra VR £329.99 @ Game
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PlayStation VR + Camera V2 + RIGS + Super Stardust Ultra VR £329.99 @ Game

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Found 12th Sep 2017
PlayStation VR PlayStation
+ Camera V2
+ RIGS
+ Super Stardust Ultra VR

£329.99

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omg i must resist....
Just a reminder that RIGS is free on PS Plus anyway, so don't consider it as part of the deal. Stardust is a £13.99 game I believe also.

Still, to have everything you need is great. Not saying the deal is bad, just suggesting that if other game bundles come up for the same price then consider those instead.
dont you still need the move controllerS?
antonio3697 m ago

dont you still need the move controllerS?


I agree - so for me this is the better deal - £374.99 inc the move controllers and the VR worlds game rather than SSVR (RIGS being free with PS+ this month as mentioned)
Man, not to cast any judgments, but I can't believe people spend this much money on gaming. That's not even the PS4 itself, it's accessories! Wow, if you can afford it then fair play but that's wild.
narstar11 m ago

Man, not to cast any judgments, but I can't believe people spend this much …Man, not to cast any judgments, but I can't believe people spend this much money on gaming. That's not even the PS4 itself, it's accessories! Wow, if you can afford it then fair play but that's wild.


All depends on what you want to do with your disposable income, I know people who spend that much on cigarettes each month.
Games are not free on PS Plus - they are included. That's what you pay your subscription for (and online play obviously).
Was always really against VR - seeing it as just another gimmick much like 3D Tv's, and also needing far more powerful hardware than a PS4 to do it justice, but after trying it out I can see why it has its fan base, far more immersive experience, totally useless for me though as I have a toddler running about! Seems like a great price to me - Damn criminal how Move controllers are so costly now, when once upon a time they were practically giving them away.

Oh I used PSVR without Move controllers and it was still a great experience - RESI 7 was genuinely unnerving.
paulj481 h, 9 m ago

All depends on what you want to do with your disposable income, I know …All depends on what you want to do with your disposable income, I know people who spend that much on cigarettes each month.


It most certainly does depend, however, there are people who would spend that much on cigarettes and get this also.
grizzl3312th Sep

Just a reminder that RIGS is free on PS Plus anyway, so don't consider it …Just a reminder that RIGS is free on PS Plus anyway, so don't consider it as part of the deal. Stardust is a £13.99 game I believe also. Still, to have everything you need is great. Not saying the deal is bad, just suggesting that if other game bundles come up for the same price then consider those instead.



I was going to say this but instead point out that this means you can sell the physical copy on amazon for £20 bringing the bundle down to £310. Seems like a great deal to me. Paid over £400 at launch for the same.

narstar12th Sep

Man, not to cast any judgments, but I can't believe people spend this much …Man, not to cast any judgments, but I can't believe people spend this much money on gaming. That's not even the PS4 itself, it's accessories! Wow, if you can afford it then fair play but that's wild.



It's more accurate to think of it as a new dimension of gaming than an accessory. It's early adoption of new technology so of course it seems over priced compared to established tech but if people have the money to spare it's worth it. At the moment, it's more like having an amusement park ride in your house so it's especially fun for social events. There are some amazing games (like RIGS, ResiVII, Superhot VR, and the upcoming Skyrim VR) that you can get lost in for hours but it can be overwhelming at first so the 'experience' type games that you'll keep coming back to are good for easing into it.

It's not a Wii 2.0 type fad, it's a completely new way of experiencing things and each game is a world unto itself. The possibilities are practically endless - it just needs as much support as possible to get there.

For example: Eleven: Table Tennis on Oculus (and in development for PSVR) is so much like playing real table tennis you're practically buying your own table for £15 (or less on sale of course, think I got it for half price). The realism is incredible. Echo Arena is like playing a mashup of blitzball and ultimate frisbee in space.
Edited by: "ZeroBlitz" 13th Sep 2017
narstar12th Sep

It most certainly does depend, however, there are people who would spend …It most certainly does depend, however, there are people who would spend that much on cigarettes and get this also.


Considering a typical console has a lifecycle of 5+ years, it's not really expensive in the long-term. My Xbox 360 from 2006 is still going strong :).
copperspock2 h, 0 m ago

Considering a typical console has a lifecycle of 5+ years, it's not really …Considering a typical console has a lifecycle of 5+ years, it's not really expensive in the long-term. My Xbox 360 from 2006 is still going strong :).


I completely understand why people spend money on consoles and accessories and games. I just don't feel people make make good financial decisions when it comes to gaming and that was what I was trying to highlight. If you have the money then cool, if you're struggling a wee bit then why bother? £250 for a PS4, £330 for this, say you spend £30 every other month on games (that's being conservative) then over that 5 year period you're talking £900 so that's £1480 - that's a lot of money. Also, for your information, I was initially referring to the price of this particular item, not the console.
You could rationalise a lot of things if you talk about the 'long-term.'
narstar5 h, 27 m ago

I completely understand why people spend money on consoles and accessories …I completely understand why people spend money on consoles and accessories and games. I just don't feel people make make good financial decisions when it comes to gaming and that was what I was trying to highlight. If you have the money then cool, if you're struggling a wee bit then why bother? £250 for a PS4, £330 for this, say you spend £30 every other month on games (that's being conservative) then over that 5 year period you're talking £900 so that's £1480 - that's a lot of money. Also, for your information, I was initially referring to the price of this particular item, not the console.


Aye, but the PS VR will be around for as long as the PS4, so it will also have a good life cycle.
If a person is strapped for cash then I'd definitely agree that buying something like this would be unwise (though even then, a person could just save up for something like this over a long period), but £1480 over 5 years being a lot of money is subjective.
Personally I haven't spent more than £10 on a game in yonks due to promos, bundles, free game offers, discounted credit, long game lengths etc.

narstar5 h, 27 m ago

You could rationalise a lot of things if you talk about the 'long-term.'


Aye, and I think the rationale in this instance is valid. I can happily forgo a few nights on the tiles/visits to a restaurant etc. to get a console that will provide myself and my family with thousands of hours of entertainment over its lifetime. I don't have the PS VR yet (still not decided on whether to get this or a PC HMD), but I could do the same for that if I needed to.
There are some decent deals on eBay at the minute. I picked up a lot more than this for a similar price. Worth looking there guys.
tbh... VR headset is only worth it if you have a PS4 Pro. Graphics are downgraded at edges on normal PS4. Only difference with the new V2 headset is that it has HDR pass through, and they've removed 1 cable which is the same cable but they've just got rid of the joining connector half way up it. So basically it's the exact same. If I had a PS4 Pro I'd definately wait for the V1 headset to come down in price a lot more. I can see the Full bundles going for about £300 eventually.
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