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Sony PSVR + Aim Controller Bundle £374.99 @ Argos
Sony PSVR + Aim Controller Bundle £374.99 @ Argos

Sony PSVR + Aim Controller Bundle £374.99 @ Argos

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Good deal if you want to buy PSVR and Aim controller bundle. Works out saving of £45 considering their individual price.

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Saw this yesterday but didn't post as I thought the Tesco direct deal which is PSVR Headset + Farpoint with aim controller + Resident Evil 7 was better value at £384.99.

Would still like £20 to come off that somewhere.

Otherwise this is still a good deal if Resident Evil is not wanted.

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Hiltron09

Saw this yesterday but didn't post as I thought the Tesco direct deal … Saw this yesterday but didn't post as I thought the Tesco direct deal which is PSVR Headset + Farpoint with aim controller + Resident Evil 7 was better value at £384.99. Would still like £20 to come off that somewhere.Otherwise this is still a good deal if Resident Evil is not wanted.


Yes, it's better deal if RE7 wanted. Tesco is also doing the same deal which I've posted.

It's all down to preferences tho.

nihir

Yes, it's better deal if RE7 wanted. Tesco is also doing the same deal … Yes, it's better deal if RE7 wanted. Tesco is also doing the same deal which I've posted.It's all down to preferences tho.



Of course, heat applied

It is such a lot of money to 'try' this new tech though...

JumpMan1980

It is such a lot of money to 'try' this new tech though...


it's a really good experience - problem with the ps4 version is that in a few years time it'll probably not work on the next gen of console...

Where as HTC Vive or Oculus Rift will always work for your PC & offers that next level immersion. If you've never actually played any i suggest trying the HTC Vive at one of those pop up VR shops (there was one in the bull ring in Birmingham) - it's such an incredible experience.

JumpMan1980

It is such a lot of money to 'try' this new tech though...


I'm with you, really worried I'll spend all this money then find I get motion sickness or something. I really want to try it out somewhere.

Could always give Game your money to try it X)
Edited by: "LankySi" 18th May

Wraggy1234

it's a really good experience - problem with the ps4 version is that in a … it's a really good experience - problem with the ps4 version is that in a few years time it'll probably not work on the next gen of console...Where as HTC Vive or Oculus Rift will always work for your PC & offers that next level immersion. If you've never actually played any i suggest trying the HTC Vive at one of those pop up VR shops (there was one in the bull ring in Birmingham) - it's such an incredible experience.



You are right - local Game was running a trial but was too self concious to stand in their cramped store trying out this new tech - I would def' like a go with it though - I do not doubt I would be impressed. However the price would still stop me taking one home.

Banned

Heat, good price if you're after the aim controller.

Which after using it yesterday, works really well and really makes Farpoint brilliant to play

Don't forget if you have a modern hi-res phone with a gyro-sensor, you can pick up a BoboVR Z4 for about £20 on Amazon with built-in headphones too. I use it for the VR cinema quite frequently, its amazing. There are some great free games for android/ios as well.

They actually dropped the psvr price to £300 one time but trying to shift it with the aim controller for £375 trying to make it look like we are saving but actually psvr cost £300 + aim controller £70 at shopto lets say £75 equals roughly same amount as when they dropped the psvr price.

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MR1123

They actually dropped the psvr price to £300 one time but trying to shift … They actually dropped the psvr price to £300 one time but trying to shift it with the aim controller for £375 trying to make it look like we are saving but actually psvr cost £300 + aim controller £70 at shopto lets say £75 equals roughly same amount as when they dropped the psvr price.



Who's "they" ? Sony certainly haven't made an official price drop, no point as the demand is so great

rabbitmoon

Don't forget if you have a modern hi-res phone with a gyro-sensor, you … Don't forget if you have a modern hi-res phone with a gyro-sensor, you can pick up a BoboVR Z4 for about £20 on Amazon with built-in headphones too. I use it for the VR cinema quite frequently, its amazing. There are some great free games for android/ios as well.



What games do you recommend? I was given a decent VR headset for my android phone, but all I seemed to find were rubbish "horror" games and rollercoaster Sims!

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MR1123

They actually dropped the psvr price to £300 one time but trying to shift … They actually dropped the psvr price to £300 one time but trying to shift it with the aim controller for £375 trying to make it look like we are saving but actually psvr cost £300 + aim controller £70 at shopto lets say £75 equals roughly same amount as when they dropped the psvr price.


You're basically paying £305 for PSVR provided you happy to buy aim controller for £70. That's why I said good deal if you want to buy both.
Edited by: "nihir" 18th May

Im in the same boat as a lot you, really would like to try this VR stuff but the price is killer for something I'll barely use. Haven't even turned my PS4 on for 5 months as it is! X)

Do you still need to buy the camera to get it all to work though or is it included?

horsepills

What games do you recommend? I was given a decent VR headset for my … What games do you recommend? I was given a decent VR headset for my android phone, but all I seemed to find were rubbish "horror" games and rollercoaster Sims!



Coaster-wise, Cedar Point VR is by far the best. Truly awesome graphics and physics. Returning Home is really atmospheric (floating in space by a huge space station). Androids Dream - great if you like Bladerunner. A Time in Space 1&2 and Darkness Coaster (from same company) are brilliant too. Also from that company is Bad Dream VR, a lengthy horror game with great graphics and genuinely creepy. Other good games - Hardcode, Gravity Pull, RetroWrong, Wrong Level, Emulated Pylons (a 3d Tron-style environment shooter game). Also check out QVR - play Quake in VR!

Sony have already said its a slow burn product they aren't pushing it alot at the moment hence limited supply even after 8 months since launch. I bought it and still play it but its an experience and i don't play each day while my nintendo switch xb1 and ps4 i do play each day when i get the time.

defard45 m ago

Do you still need to buy the camera to get it all to work though or is it …Do you still need to buy the camera to get it all to work though or is it included?


Yes you need to buy the camera on top of this.

Marcoos

Who's "they" ? Sony certainly haven't made an official price drop, no … Who's "they" ? Sony certainly haven't made an official price drop, no point as the demand is so great



Read post 13 clearly someones been keeping an eye on psvr for some time. Always one critic and lacking common sense to know that if you take the price of aim off it comes down to what?


Edited by: "MR1123" 18th May

it said on the blog post there's this bundle with the camera included but I can't find it anywhere

Advise for anyone buying this I would strongly wait until after E3 your most likely gonna see some sort of price drop on these or bundle deals I expect the pro to fall in price after E3 also with the new xbox on the horizon

sony would do well to let people know that these would be compatible with a new console and/or they would allow trade ins of the original version towards new upgraded versions, its a lot of money that most people just can't afford, console console camera psvr and aim controler and games pfft

Aim controller is amazing.

I've given some heat....However, surely the extra tenner for Resident Evil is the better deal with Tesco, no?

rabbitmoon

Don't forget if you have a modern hi-res phone with a gyro-sensor, you … Don't forget if you have a modern hi-res phone with a gyro-sensor, you can pick up a BoboVR Z4 for about £20 on Amazon with built-in headphones too. I use it for the VR cinema quite frequently, its amazing. There are some great free games for android/ios as well.



I have that headset. With elite dangerous and a joystick its epic running moonlight with Trinus handling head tracking.

Keep meaning to try alien and GTA V on it. I have tridef so should work.

jaydeeuk1

Keep meaning to try alien



I saw some Alien:Isolation 3d footage on youtube through the headset and it was breathtaking. All those little sounds and details, even though I wasn't playing I felt like I was, and it was still pretty terrifying. Playing the full game in full VR with motion tracked controllers etc would be such an experience.

Its a nice bit of kit and will blow your mind when you finally get one however you can miss the freedom of knowing where you put your coffee or fags while enjoying it although smoking is not recommended at all

I had a PSVR and although I enjoyed it at first, I felt sick when playing RIGS or YouTube rollercoaster or any other swirling, whirling game. I also found sat there for an hour could be to much. I then found I was using it less and less.; as such it was only used once a week (if that). It was a lot of money, not to be used often (unlike my PS4 Pro).
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