Yip you can still get motion sickness on any vr headset (zombie)
Voted hot. I've had psvr for a couple of years and it's great. After the initial buzz of having new tech to experience, finding I really have to be in the right frame of mind to want to want to wear the headset to play psvr titles. I find the lenses fog up quite often and it's not the most comfy thing to wear, but loads of immersive fun to be had with VR. Beat Saber is fantastic, as is Headmaster. The graphics aren't amazing but the experience is great. It's antisocial but can also use it to watch 3D Blu-Rays and feel like you have the cinema to yourself (ideal).
PSVR 2 is some time off and the PS5 might not even be widely available until well into 2022, so this is a nice stop gap, i still use this hmd today, BL2 VR is just awesome, Wipeout, pinball fx vr, Skyrim vr, these 4 alone are worth getting this hmd for, and all can be played with the pad also if you don't want to splash out on the ps move controllers which are meh at best.
Yes you can but I seem to get used to most games after a while
Yes it's the wireless that got me into Quest too, as for recommending games that's really a personal thing I'm not one for long deep thinking games I'm more for fast action but then again I love the 2 golf games I have (Top golf & Walk about mini golf) apart from them I'm often on my zombie games like Drop dead duel strike or Arizona sunshine, a good thing to remember when buying quest games is if you don't like the game you can get a refund and it's so easy to do, I bought Gun Club thinking it would be a good shooter game but it was to much messing about upgrading millions of little bits of your gun so I just got it refunded