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PS VR with VR Worlds Mega Starter Bundle £179.99 @ Argos
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PS VR with VR Worlds Mega Starter Bundle £179.99 @ Argos

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Posted 1st Dec 2019

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  • Live the game. From the moment you slip on PlayStation VR, the new Virtual Reality system for PlayStation 4, you'll experience games in an entirely new way. The new bundle contains everything you needs to live the game: a PSVR Headset, PlayStation 4 Camera and a copy of VR Worlds (via redemption code in box).
  • PlayStation has always delivered experiences beyond our imagination, from 3D gaming to augmented reality. That heritage takes a leap forward with PS VR. Now, you can step beyond the screen and climb into the game.

  • You've played games that have made you lose track of time. But what about games that make you forget where you are? That's what PS VR will do, immersing you in the game with an unparalleled sense of presence.

  • Just plug in and play. PS VR is powered by PlayStation 4, so you can simply connect the two and step into new experiences in seconds. All you need to start this journey is the PlayStation VR headset, your PlayStation4 and the PlayStation Camera. Then you're ready to go.

  • PS VR will let you play in ways and places you never thought possible thanks to an advanced, custom OLED screen that displays images at a super-smooth 120Hz, 360-degree vision and true 3D audio that lets you pinpoint sounds all around you.
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Same price but with a couple of things extra at Game game.co.uk/en/…712
Duckman01/12/2019 12:39

Is PSVR really worth it? I'm intrigued but it's (still) a lot of money for …Is PSVR really worth it? I'm intrigued but it's (still) a lot of money for something I'm worried might be just a novelty that'll end up relegated to storage. I'd appreciate some thoughts on the quality. It's a shame they don't have these set up in Game shops to try first!


I borrowed one when they first came out to see how I got on with it and although it's great an experience, it'll soon be stored away and a lot of game will make you feel sick. At the time, they were still like £300 or whatever so really wasn't worth it at all, especially when there weren't a lot of games.... however, I still wanted one because I buy everything PS related, but not at that price.

When Astrobot came out, I really wanted to play that along with some others I've found along the way (Blood & Truth is really good). So, knowing that a lot of people would have bought a VR headset and then never played again, there's usually some barely used examples on places like Shpock. I bought 1 for £120 with Rush of Blood, so even if I played a few games and never used again, I'm quite happy with it.

It's entertaining and great if you've got a few people round, but definitely not something you'll use every time you play the PS4. I'd recommend borrowing one for the experience if you can.
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Voted hot. Prices for these are finally coming down to a decent level
Deal-boy-Trotter01/12/2019 11:15

Voted hot. Prices for these are finally coming down to a decent level


Thanks to you in a round abouts way that I took a look cheers del boy
Same price but with a couple of things extra at Game game.co.uk/en/…712
bazza767601/12/2019 11:21

Same price but with a couple of things extra at Game …Same price but with a couple of things extra at Game https://www.game.co.uk/en/m/playstation-vr-starter-pack-with-resident-evil-vr-and-now-tv-2614712


Damn, you should post that, even better
MrSwitch01/12/2019 11:20

Thanks to you in a round abouts way that I took a look cheers del boy


Lol no worries mate. That's why we are here
I got the one with resident evil instore at Game friday, same price
Is PSVR really worth it? I'm intrigued but it's (still) a lot of money for something I'm worried might be just a novelty that'll end up relegated to storage.

I'd appreciate some thoughts on the quality.

It's a shame they don't have these set up in Game shops to try first!
Duckman01/12/2019 12:39

Is PSVR really worth it? I'm intrigued but it's (still) a lot of money for …Is PSVR really worth it? I'm intrigued but it's (still) a lot of money for something I'm worried might be just a novelty that'll end up relegated to storage. I'd appreciate some thoughts on the quality. It's a shame they don't have these set up in Game shops to try first!



no but oculus quest is worth it for £200 more
Duckman01/12/2019 12:39

Is PSVR really worth it? I'm intrigued but it's (still) a lot of money for …Is PSVR really worth it? I'm intrigued but it's (still) a lot of money for something I'm worried might be just a novelty that'll end up relegated to storage. I'd appreciate some thoughts on the quality. It's a shame they don't have these set up in Game shops to try first!


I borrowed one when they first came out to see how I got on with it and although it's great an experience, it'll soon be stored away and a lot of game will make you feel sick. At the time, they were still like £300 or whatever so really wasn't worth it at all, especially when there weren't a lot of games.... however, I still wanted one because I buy everything PS related, but not at that price.

When Astrobot came out, I really wanted to play that along with some others I've found along the way (Blood & Truth is really good). So, knowing that a lot of people would have bought a VR headset and then never played again, there's usually some barely used examples on places like Shpock. I bought 1 for £120 with Rush of Blood, so even if I played a few games and never used again, I'm quite happy with it.

It's entertaining and great if you've got a few people round, but definitely not something you'll use every time you play the PS4. I'd recommend borrowing one for the experience if you can.
R99YEO01/12/2019 13:42

I borrowed one when they first came out to see how I got on with it and …I borrowed one when they first came out to see how I got on with it and although it's great an experience, it'll soon be stored away and a lot of game will make you feel sick. At the time, they were still like £300 or whatever so really wasn't worth it at all, especially when there weren't a lot of games.... however, I still wanted one because I buy everything PS related, but not at that price.When Astrobot came out, I really wanted to play that along with some others I've found along the way (Blood & Truth is really good). So, knowing that a lot of people would have bought a VR headset and then never played again, there's usually some barely used examples on places like Shpock. I bought 1 for £120 with Rush of Blood, so even if I played a few games and never used again, I'm quite happy with it.It's entertaining and great if you've got a few people round, but definitely not something you'll use every time you play the PS4. I'd recommend borrowing one for the experience if you can.


Really helpful info - thank you!
Forgot to mention, I’ve got x2 Move controllers from the PS3 too so other than the headset/camera I didn’t have any additional expense to play ones that require the Move controllers.

It all depends on whether you can justify the price for what potentially might/will be a gimmick.
Duckman01/12/2019 13:51

Really helpful info - thank you!



To counter, I've been using PSVR for years now, have never felt queasy once and use it regularly.
It differs from person to person and many people stop feeling queasy after a few short sessions. The only way to know for certain is to give it a go yourself.
I think there are more than enough quality games to justify buying it now, especially at these sale prices.
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