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Best vr graphics game?

Discussion in 'Virtual Reality' started by nightrider1470, Jan 27, 2018.

  1. nightrider1470

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    Your top 3?
     
  2. Dicehunter

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    Elite Dangerous

    Robo Recall

    Alien Isolation with the new Mother VR mod.

    Aircar - More of a tech demo on the Oculus store but it's got a real Blade Runner feel to it.

     
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  3. Pistov

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    Haven't played that many yet but from the ones I have I'd say from a purely graphical perspective my top 3 are:

    Robo Recall
    Subnautica
    Arktika.1

    Robo Recall also gets top marks for gameplay.
     
  4. Slam

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    Xing the Land Beyond is a contender
     
  5. Razor Time

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    In no particular order:

    Robo Recall
    Arktika.1
    Lone Echo
     
  6. lokiss

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    LA.Noire.
    Primordian.
    Alien isolation.

    Not much going on in Zaccaria Pinball, but the display is as crystal as it comes.
     
  7. NeverWinter

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    The graphics in Batman VR were great.
     
  8. Skidder

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    So far lone echo for me. Sorry it's not 3 but I've only just got going with VR. Robo recall is definitely visually impressive to be fair but lone echo has blown me away a bit.
     
  9. ArmitageShanks

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    Another vote for Batman VR. Not much of a game though, but it is very pretty!

    I'm also quite partial to IL-2 on the sim front.
     
  10. SupraWez

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    Elite Dangerous
    Batman VR
    Robo Recall
     
  11. LordFeste

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    Elite Dangerous
    cyubeVR
    Primordian
     
  12. Ravenger

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    Lone Echo
    Robo Recall
    Air Car
     
  13. Andrey450

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    Have you seen Bike Rush ?
     
  14. FlyingScotsman

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    Air car is amazing visually,
    Robo Recall looks good as well, and a not bad shooter.
    Lone echo pretty cool too.
    Just new on VR so still experimenting.
     
  15. FlyingScotsman

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    What is the alien isolation mod like, and how do you move?
     
  16. lokiss

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    Joypad, though you could probably use the mouse and board. Motion controllers are always nice to have, but I doubt you'll see them till VR shows in a new Alien game.
     
  17. Devrij

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    I use mouse and kb. The trick is to use quick flicks with the mouse to simulate the instant rotation you get in most VR titles. Helps to reduce motion sickness but still keeps you accurate. Slow rotation is pretty vomit inducing.
     
  18. FlyingScotsman

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    Cheers for the info.
     
  19. Marky

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    I've never tried Aircar yet - Will have to give it a go, I've been reading a lot of good things about it recently.
     
  20. FlyingScotsman

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    Not really a game as such more a demo, as there is nothing to do but fly about.
     


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