The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR [PS4 Game] PSVR only £15 @ Asda Tamworth
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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR [PS4 Game] PSVR only £15 @ Asda Tamworth

£15£21.8531%Asda Deals
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Posted 25th MarLocal
A few copies in the drawer behind the George counter ! Not reduced...looks like new price. Best game in the world ever ever !
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Fallout 76 is much much better than this without VR.......NOT ! Lol
Edited by: "simba4208" 25th Mar
Good price but I just can't do it.
I sunk far too many hours into Skyrim when getting together with my other half, starting again would most definitely be the death of our relationship.
Absolutely awesome game on PSVR and coupled with a Pro it’s even more awesome. It’s not a scary game per se but I’ve jumped out of my skin so many times due to the immersion of it. Plus, due to the immersion effect, time seems to move more slowly so even an hour session feels ages. I guess it’s because you’re completely focussed on the game.
Unless you've got a Pro, I really wouldn't bother with this.
I bought it and sold it shortly after. The graphics are quite blurry.

The controls are the main problem though. With a pad, the right analogue stick moves the camera around in increments- not a fluid transition. Nothing like the original game.

With PS Move controllers it wasn't great either. The idea of holding a sword and a shield or a bow and arrow, were wildly exaggerated.

Stick with the original.
Edited by: "tumbleweed34" 25th Mar
I completely disagree with the above comment. I was never really a fan of pancake Skyrim but it's amazing in VR - even on a bog standard PS4. I think I've sunk over 70 hours into it so far. For £15 it's a steal!
Skyrim VR runs sweetly on my PS4 slim and is very immersive. I would definitely recommend at this price. Heat.
tumbleweed3425/03/2019 19:43

Unless you've got a Pro, I really wouldn't bother with this. I bought it …Unless you've got a Pro, I really wouldn't bother with this. I bought it and sold it shortly after. The graphics are quite blurry. The controls are the main problem though. With a pad, the right analogue stick moves the camera around in increments- not a fluid transition. Nothing like the original game. With PS Move controllers it wasn't great either. The idea of holding a sword and a shield or a bow and arrow, were wildly exaggerated. Stick with the original.


The camera turning in increments is to help prevent motion sickness. Usually most vr games have the option to change the option.
Personally I prefer the incremental camera.
wizowes8 m ago

The camera turning in increments is to help prevent motion sickness. …The camera turning in increments is to help prevent motion sickness. Usually most vr games have the option to change the option.Personally I prefer the incremental camera.


It's jarring. It gave me headaches!
Anyone know if this deal is still live?
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