There are 53 confirmed PlayStation VR games coming to PS4. Here’s a list of them all.

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Sony has quite the support for its upcoming PlayStation VR headset for the PS4. Sony themselves have dozens of VR games in development, such as The Playroom VR, The Deep, The London Heist, and many more that are unannounced.

As for the announced VR games, the complete list has some 53 games that are coming to the PS4 Virtual Reality headset. There are quite a few that we’re really looking forward to, such as EVE Valkyrie, which we tried out earlier this year and which was absolutely stunning.

Here’s the complete list of the confirmed PlayStation VR games, with a link to their trailers.

Game Studio Trailer
Atom Universe Atom Republic https://youtu.be/dotm516hjC0
Adrift Three One Zero https://youtu.be/gwOktjpMbdI
Allison Road Lilith https://youtu.be/62RSLsURrCM
ARK: Survival Evolved Studio Wildcard https://youtu.be/aQM8yWoiy5s
Among the Sleep Krillbite Studio https://youtu.be/2Nhq9N5g69o
The Assembly nDreams https://youtu.be/e0XVkP6lXOU
Battlezone Rebellion https://youtu.be/hDIDghDRYf8
Crystal Rift Psytec Games https://youtu.be/TNhguBsuXmQ
DEAD OR ALIVE XTREME 3 Koei Tecmo https://youtu.be/YCsn8QaiUzA
Dead Secret Robot Invader https://youtu.be/vVSgugMV9Ws
The Deep SCE London Studio /
Dreams Media Molecule https://youtu.be/4j8Wp-sx5K0
Driveclub Evolution Studios https://youtu.be/dq-MFP-9P-Y
The Earthlight Project Opaque Media /
EVE: Valkyrie CCP Games https://youtu.be/Eic4gyZ0PDc
Final Fantasy XIV Heavensward Square Enix https://youtu.be/DVQDu_Zr5wY
Futuridium MixedBag Games https://youtu.be/u43gqUxgaAI
Get Even Farm 51 https://youtu.be/nZ1-BLhYocg
GNOG KO-OP https://youtu.be/lzTWg0sGVh4
Godling Solfar Studios https://youtu.be/58ZnEp0A93Q
Gran Turismo Sport Polyphony Digital https://youtu.be/2h-Kycm8Jxo
Harmonix Music VR Harmonix https://youtu.be/IA6Bjbn9z44
Hatsune Miku Project SEGA https://youtu.be/Yf57dlQCuIw
Headmaster Frame Interactive https://youtu.be/mSWotJ_-zgU
The Hum Totwise Studios https://youtu.be/lymcO1DnUYI
IOMoon Headtripgames /
JoysoundVR Xing Inc. https://youtu.be/PMeiZMozowc
Jurassic Encounter Supermassive Games /
Keep Talking/Nobody Explodes Steel Crate https://youtu.be/kkdbzFV1NoQ
Loading Human Untold Games https://youtu.be/BCEIgZG6O7c
The London Heist SCE London Studio https://youtu.be/z0HMLA-KzeM
Megaton Rainfall Pentadimensional https://youtu.be/nNlcTmqZ_GM
Mind: Path to Talamus Carlos Coronado https://youtu.be/UsvME_tN-Cw
Omega Agent Fireproof Games https://youtu.be/NYdwTHhMb8M
Paranormal Activity VR VRwerx /
P.O.L.L.E.N Mindfield Games https://youtu.be/B1nNf2EcQW8
The Playroom VR SCE Japan Studio /
Project CARS Slightly Mad Studios https://youtu.be/DQIbUBbNGd0
Q.U.B.E.² Toxic Games https://youtu.be/OF10wk9jANA
RIGS: Mechanized Combat Guerrilla Cambridge https://youtu.be/b7qC8xdxrkg
Robinson: The Journey Crytek https://youtu.be/QUEyYKfxkVY
Summer Lesson Bandai Namco https://youtu.be/wIl2-5f8NTo
Superhypercube Kokoromi https://youtu.be/0IXEfQmyBms
Surgeon Simulator Bossa Studios https://youtu.be/QsCxl1uG9j4
Synthesis Universe Olivier JT https://youtu.be/ohP3NHlNJhY
Technolust Iris VR https://youtu.be/dLN_kQ4blR8
Tekken 7 Bandai Namco https://youtu.be/sfqoraQvCsk
Trackmania Turbo Ubisoft Nadeo https://youtu.be/o7tBlBPZ_tk
Until Dawn: Rush of Blood Supermassive Games https://youtu.be/xaFkKayZAU0
Vanguard V Zero Transform https://youtu.be/CTjACJdunjc
VizionEck VizionEck https://youtu.be/4B42bSdA1yI
War Thunder Gaijin Entertainment https://youtu.be/Vq8dp3PQ22I
Wayward Sky Uber Entertainment https://youtu.be/7f7NcIRgjxA
World War Toons Reload Studios https://youtu.be/Ja_evlWdpLw

h/t to Redditor ZilliVanilli (thanks for the tip, Jason!)

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  • michaelknight31

    Dam dead or alive for PS VR

  • yourbuddyegor

    I wish they would just have every ps4 game on vr

    • whatacutebum .

      FIFA, battlefield, cod, far cry. All would be brilliant.

    • Tyler McCartney

      I assume PSVR will do the same as the Oculus with the Xbox One. Where you can play non-vr games on the headset and it makes you feel like your playing it on a huge screen. I really hope they do this with the PSVR

      • yourbuddyegor

        I assumed that was the case for the PSVR, but I haven’t seen anything saying that we would be able to.

      • Iown You

        That won’t be enough. I don’t want a huge screen, that’s not realistic. I want the same game but in SBS 3D. That should be a minimum standard for all existing media compatible with the PS4.

      • sirlance

        Huge screen in psvr?… very low rez..and it would judder terribly…you need some horse power to do that and ps4 simply doesn’t have it

      • Brandon Riley

        They already have this its called cinematic mode.

    • Reckless Mediocrity

      It would be a good idea if they started “remastering” our past favorite games for a VR platform. I’d love to be able to play classics like Resident Evil or Assassin’s Creed in VR.

  • Making a wish for cute things

    How many are exclusives?

    • Daniel Gonzalez

      Does it matter?

    • Tyler McCartney

      A lot of them will be exclusives probably but It doesn’t matter really.

  • A – Kuma

    But the question is, will a large percentage of PS4 owners be willing to pay the price of another PS4 for this gimmick?

    • whatacutebum .

      I already have £400 saved for this. Now for some games

      • Crazie Manga

        same here money ready now games, But where No Mans Sky will they talk about NMS at psx coming to psvr ?

        • whatacutebum .

          I believe the makers of nms have said that the game will also support vr which is very exciting. Unfortunately we have to wait till June/July to play it ourselves.

    • Daniel Gonzalez

      The average casual consumer? Probably not. A hardcore fan? Certainly. It won’t likely reach the heights of PS4 in hardware sales, but it’ll do just fine over time as long as Sony is supporting it to encourage third parties to do the same.

    • bizzy gie

      It’s not a gimmick. Try VR. You’ll shove this ignorant statement right back down the keyboard it was typed on.

      Once people try it, they’ll be hooked. Will they be willing to pay $350-$400? Who knows? But it’s worth it regardless.

      • A – Kuma

        Whether you think it’s worth it or not, it’s still a gimmick.
        a gimmick is something that is spposed to attract attention and differentiate the product from it’s peers. Think back to the Wii, everyone wanted because of motion controls. guess what those were? a gimmick. when you understand that a “gimmick” isn’t necessarily something negative, you’ll be able to pull your head out of your ass and breath better.
        But seriously, just because you like it doesn’t mean it’s not a gimmick.

        • bizzy gie

          EVERYBODY likes VR. EVERYBODY. There’s not one person who has put on a headset and been anything short of breathless.

          That’s how I automatically know who has and hasn’t tried it. It’s like the swegway hoverboards. The only people who criticize it are people who have never tried it. That’s the only way anybody could criticize it.

          • A – Kuma

            LOL open your eyes and pay attention. a “gimmick” is not a negative title, it’s a tactic. If EVERYBODY likes it, then the GIMMICK, was very SUCESSFUL(hence, the Nintendo Wii and motion controls).
            a gimmick grabs attention and separates the product from it’s peers, neither the XB1 or WiiU have or will be getting VR. Make sense now?
            PS-VR is a gimmick, no matter which way you slice it, and that’s not necessarily bad. i’m just calling it like it is to rustle up the ignorant fools who don’t know what “gimmick” means.

          • bizzy gie

            I’m very aware of what a gimmick is. I just responded to your use of the word in the context you used it in. It won’t end up like motion gaming or 3D. VR has longevity. It’s better than playing games on a TV. No matter how big or HD it is.

          • A – Kuma

            that may or may not be true, it’s all a matter of opinion. But regardless of what your opinion or my opinion of VR is, the fact remains: it’s still a gimmick.
            my use of the word??? that’s a very bad joke. the question is very simple: will a large percentage of PS4 owners be willing to pay the price of another PS4 for this gimmick?
            To expand, i’m not sure why you’re confused, my question is in regard to the fact that in it’s current form “Virtual Reality” is a pair of goggles strapped to your head that tracks your neck movement. You look left, you look left in the game, and the image is right in front of your eyes instead of on a TV/Monitor. That concept, i repeat that CONCEPT alone(in my opinion) does not justify possibly paying $350 or more for it. I’m sure experiences differ depending on the scenario, and the impact may vary from person to person, but the overall functionality is you’re looking at screens in front of your eyes, seeing the game in first person, and when you move your head around you move the camera around. That’s not a $350+ idea, hell i daydreamed about that when i was a little kid.
            But I digress, my use of the word “gimmick” isn’t wrong. You and other ignorant individuals may have deduced it to mean “stupid/pointless/annoying object or function”, which a gimmick CAN be that, but that is not THE definition of what a gimmick is. like i said before, a gimmick draws attention and separates a product from it’s peers. clearly the “Virtual Reality” gimmick has done it’s job because people are absolutely amazed by it and you feel compelled to “defend” it lol.
            It’s a gimmick, trying to combat that fact is trying to punch a ghost.

          • bizzy gie

            The way you used the word was undeniably derogatory.

            “But the question is, will a large percentage of PS4 owners be willing to pay the price of another PS4 for this gimmick?”

            You could have use “for VR” “for this idea” “for this technology”. But the way you used the term was “not only is this VR headset expensive but it’s also a gimmick”.

            You knew exactly how that would be interpreted and now you’re trying to hide behind the dictionary definition of the word even though you obviously didn’t use it that way.

            You cannot judge any aspect of VR. You can’t reduce it to a concept. You either have tried it or you haven’t. It’s that black and white. Oculus Rift will be similarly priced. So will HTC Vive. Samsung Gear VR, a mobile headset, was priced at $200. That’s just the cost of the technology. And when you try it someday you’ll understand. But there’s a vast difference between imagining what VR is like and actually trying it.

            The impact VR has had on people has been 100% consistent. From personalities online, to everyone I let try my headset, no one has ever responded like “meh. Cool I guess.” It’s always, always, always extreme amazement. And understandably so.

            PS VR is without a doubt worth the money. It’s just a matter if people will be willing to pay for it. VR is better than TV. Much better. And decent TVs retail for around the same price.

            Try VR and I promise your opinion will completely 180. Completely.

          • A – Kuma

            “not only is this VR headset expensive but it’s also a gimmick”.
            That’s not derogatory, that’s just the truth. clearly it worked like a charm, your reaction(and many others) is about the same as many parents and grandparents when they first got their hands on motion controlled gaming. Changed their lives forever, or so they speculated.
            but anyway, “if you haven’t tried it then you don’t know” doesn’t matter either way. telling me i can’t break it down to a concept is honestly just laughable. you may THINK i’m trying to hide or something(i really don’t understand where that comes from or why) but I was merely telling it like it is. It’s a gimmick, and a very expensive one, and obviously a very effective one. But the question still remains if a large percentage of PS4 owners really want to spend another $350+ just to see the game world in 1st person and move the camera by moving their head.
            Hell, you can get a similar experience with a wii u gamepad. You just find a game that uses the gamepad as a 1st person camera and then you strap it to your face. There’s your Virtual Reality, you see the image right in front of you, and when you move your head around the camera moves with you. Obviously it won’t be EXACTLY the same, but the sad thing is it’s pretty close.
            I’m sorry this hurts you so much, but it’s a gimmick whether the world loves it or not, just like an apple is an apple and an orange is an orange. It is, what it is, you’re just making it negative when it was neutral to begin with.

          • bizzy gie

            You misunderstood. “Not only is it an expensive accessory but of all things, it’s an expensive gimmick.” That’s not neutral. Your use of the word could only be interpreted in a negative connotation.

            VR is different from 3D and motion. It’s a new way to game. You jump into the world. It’ll have longevity. And it’s not just a circular flat image around you. VR is nothing like holding a GamePad up to your face. I have a Wii U. It’s more than just a first person view which it isn’t all of the time. This is what I mean. You can’t judge VR until you’ve tried it. You have to. No exceptions. Otherwise, you can speculate until the sun comes up. You’ve proven you have no idea as to what VR is. AT ALL. VR is three dimensional. It’s an actual virtual world with space and 3d models. You can look all around you. Anywhere. Anywhere at all.

            If you move in the world, your body feels it. If something gets close, you feel it. It completely takes over your senses. It’s true immersion. It makes horror games far scarier than normal. It makes outer space expansive. And real.

            I had to take off my VR headset the first time I tried it because it was too overwhelming and scared the crap out of me.

            I’m buying another newer headset this month when it launches. Buy Google cardboard. It’s compatible with pretty much every phone. And it’s less than $30.

            It won’t be as impressive as Samsung Gear VR or Oculus Rift, but watch how amazed you are that limited version of the technology. Then imagine it even better on console. Even better with Oculus. Even better with HTC Vive.

          • A – Kuma

            Lol so in other words you’ve misinterpreted what i said, or you’ve taken it personally somehow.
            I’m sorry but all you’ve said is “this gimmick is the most amazing gimmick i have ever known. the vr gimmick is not the same as the 3d gimmick or the motion control gimmick” and then ramble on about how cool it is.
            Try to understand that i haven’t once said it’s going to suck, i just said that in my opinion the concept is too simple to justify paying $350+ for it.
            outside of that you’re just up-in-arms about me calling it a gimmick, it’s not my fault that “gimmick” means something negative to you, that’s your own fault and the idiots around you who use it in a negative way.
            Why are you trying to hard to argue with me when this really isn’t even debatable, it’s a gimmick lol address my question more than anything if you want to talk. I’m not going to keep coddling you because of your own misinterpretation of what i’ve said.

          • bizzy gie

            You knew exactly how your use of the word would be interpreted. You can pretend like you didn’t. You pretend like you used its textbook definition. It doesn’t fool me. Uou knew. End of story. Period. Otherwise, you wouldn’t have made the focal point of all of your arguments.

            And the concept doesn’t matter. You can’t judge it on the concept. Flying is really simple. It’s getting from point a to point b with the subject being suspended several feet into the air. But if you put on a jet pack and get to flying, you’d lose your marbles. And if they were selling jet packs for 1k, it’d easily be worth the money despite being such a simple concept.

          • A – Kuma

            …really dude, really? lol that was just pathetic, you’re finished. GoodBye.

          • bizzy gie

            In other words, I’m dead on. Buh bye.

          • A – Kuma

            nah, you’re just dead. kick rocks lol

    • Why discount something as a gimmick just because you 1) can’t afford it, or 2) don’t appreciate how great the tech is?

      • A – Kuma

        doesn’t matter if i can afford it or not, nor does it matter if i appreciate it or not. just because you like it, doesn’t mean it’s not a gimmick lol.

        • Tyler McCartney

          doesn’t matter if you can afford it or not, nor does it matter if you appreciate it or not. It does mean that If you have tried it on and you aren’t willing to pay $400 for it then you are just plain stupid. Tired of your shitty comments.

          • A – Kuma

            LOL hold on, hold on. So because I’ve tried it on and i’m not willing to pay $400 for it, I’M the STUPID one??? LMAO if that isn’t the most fanboy piece of shit i’ve ever read in my life.
            You go ahead and pay $400 for a head tracking first person camera, but personally I find that to be a waste of money because the idea is far too simple to justify the price.

          • Tyler McCartney

            My statement isn’t even fanyboy-ish at all like even in the slightest lol. How does me saying by your pure experience you should instantly buy one. Like if you knew what fanboy meant you realize that is the litreal exact opposite. And if you cause realize what fanyboy means I’m not sure I won’t to argue but oh well. And really? I’m really tired of people saying that. How is a “head tracking camera” a simple concept in the slightest. Virtual reality is literally new consumer technology and your calling it simple.. like its stupid. Like you realize that there are turtle beach headsets for $300 and that is literally just for your ears. You really need to understand the price of technology more. You realize that iPhone or android you are holding is like $800 or more dollars If it wasn’t in a upgrade plan. Like seriously $400 this is not bad.

          • A – Kuma

            Damn son, try again. I’ll adress what little made sense. the concept of “virtual reality” in it’s current form(head tracking camera) is not new. Also, it IS simple, if that concept is so mind blowing to you I suggest you see a doctor. I was unaware there were turtle beach headsets for $300, but I sure as hell won’t be the dumbass that buys it. The android I have wasn’t even $300, because I’m not looking for a Pocket PC like most others. So again, I won’t be the dumbass that buys it lol no thanks.
            If these simplified “VR” headsets are so expensive to produce, they shouldn’t have tried to market them to the public so soon. If they had given it more time, they could have made it better AND cheaper both for them and customers. So once again, like the apple watch, this will be an expensive item that only dumbasses will buy.

    • Tyler McCartney

      Literally anyone who has put one on, is a gamer, and has a job will be getting one no matter the price.

      • A – Kuma

        *shrugs* but will it be a large enough crowd though. that’s kind of a waste of money for a head tracking camera strapped onto your face…

        • oontz

          You sound like you haven’t tried it yet if you think VR equates to a head tracking camera strapped to your face.

          • A – Kuma

            did i forget it has headphones or some other small feature not worth $350+? or did i forget to mention it’s an experience or something.
            In all seriousness, what else is it??? you see the image from 1st person, you move your head to move the camera, BAM now it’s “Virtual Reality”, that’s all it is.

          • cartweet

            No, a screen strapped to your face up close tracking your movement is not VR. Put a pair of ski goggles on…stand up and look around. Maybe even lean in and out of things and walk a few feet. That’s a better interpretation of what VR is like.

            It takes a hell of a lot to get VR working. Screen resolution, pixel pitch, optics, refresh rates, latency, fov, barrel distortion, chromatic aberration, gpu horsepower…etc These are all just some of the things that need to work perfectly for VR to work. When you’re in VR you don’t perceive a screen in front of you. You believe you’re in that actual virtual space.

          • A – Kuma

            according to these guys, what has been described is “VR” enough for them to be mind blown about it. looking around in first person, with surround sound on.
            the ONLY situation I see this plain idea making sense in, is a driving simulation. You get your race wheel, pedals, and you strap the screen to your face and you can look around, with all the sounds and everything. THAT makes sense because you won’t be doing much looking around or moving in the first place, so that would add some tangible realism to the situation.
            Anything else is nonsense. With that said i STILL wouldn’t be willing to pay $400 for something like that. They really should have given this more time to be improved and become more affordable to produce.

          • cartweet

            Yes, simulations like driving cars, flying planes/ships are a natural fit for VR but surprisingly it works quite well for other genres. 3rd person games are amazing in VR. God games are also impressive. First person games are also a natural fit but they still need to solve the problem of locomotion. You really should give it a try first before completely dismissing it. I’ve met plent if skeptics even more skeptical than you when I demo the rift. They all have these preconceived notions of what VR is. But as soon as they actually try it they get it. That’s the biggest problem with VR. It’s impossible to convey VR with videos, descriptions…etc. it needs to actually be experienced. I’ve yet to find a single person that has tried the rift not immediately want one.

          • A – Kuma

            skeptic? there’s nothing to be skeptical about, i’m just being realistic. I’m not dismissing it, i’m just saying it’s not worth the potential asking price of $350 or more. I’m not sure why everyone finds it so extravagant, i can’t even convince myself to be excited about it. If someone tries it and then “gets it”, they never understood to begin with because in it’s current form it’s extremely easy to convey what “VR” is. I’ve already had similar experiences before, but even if I didn’t the mere concept alone would do very little to move me.

          • cartweet

            No, it’s incredibly difficult to convey. That’s why companies like oculus, sony and valve are all having trouble trying to market it. They’ve said so themselves “you have to try it to understand” Even the engineers and scientists within valve and oculus that fully understood the technology behind VR were completely amazed. What makes VR so compelling to people is that good VR will give you a feeling of presence in a virtual world and that feeling is amazing. To actually live out any fantasy/dream in VR is something everyone wants to do. For gamers that’s actually being in their game world…not just playing it but living it. To actually trick your brain into feeling you’re there is incredible and that technology has finally arrived.

            There’s no easy way to show VR without actually putting someone in it. And $350 is super cheap for what it does. What similar experiences to VR have you had? I can’t think of a single thing that is at all similar. 3D glasses…nope? IR tracking nope? 2d screen projected glasses, nope..augmented reality…close… .

            I also disagree with your statement that it’s a gimmick. If it were for just gaming then you may have a case. But the fact is that it’s being used in virtually every industry now (car, medical, oil/gas, education, architecture, film…etc) and growing says it’s anything but a gimmick. It’s the next major platform. I know you probably don’t think it’s a big deal but their are billions of dollars already invested in it by every major company. This is all without an actual consumer product on the market. That is completely unprecedented and shows you how convincing this tech is to people that have used it.

          • A – Kuma

            “No, it’s incredibly difficult to convey.”
            “In it’s current form, no it’s not.

            “good VR will give you a feeling of presence in a virtual world and that feeling is amazing.”

            good VR is…actual VR, not a display strapped to your face with a head tracking camera. We’re still pretty far off from good VR, clearly everyone is willing to settle for less.

            “And $350 is super cheap for what it does.”

            Lol you go ahead and buy into it, i’ll just wait.

            “(your question, followed by ignorance, followed by series of assumed answers)”

            You seem to be having fun, so I’ll leave you to it.

            “I also disagree with your statement that it’s a gimmick. If it were for just gaming then you may have a case.”
            See, now you’re bleeding into irrelevance. But either way you’ve pretty much agreed with what I said in the end so I’d say the conclusion is VR indeed is a gimmick. have a nice day.

          • cartweet

            Ironic that you call my comments ignorant when you are completely uninformed. You said yourself that you haven’t tried it yet claim that it’s subpar. There’s a reason everyone is arguing with you. Next time gather the facts and in the case of VR actually try it before you make YOUR assumptions. You look silly with your statements

            It’s okay. In about a year or two VR will flood every aspect around you. You can choose to dismiss it as inconsequential but it’s your loss. Cheers.

          • A – Kuma

            Everyone, you mean all two of you? Hah, you think i look silly yet you’re the one that’s going to be whipping your head around in awe at a screen strapped to your face that tracks your head movement, alrighty then.
            I already said i didn’t dismiss it, try to keep up. you’re bleeding off topic again, i’m not talking about every aspect of life i’m talking about gaming. But you’re so desperate to be correct lol it’s adorable, relax dude it’s just a gimmick. no one’s going to hurt you.
            Hopefully in a year or two VR will be more than what it is, but i doubt it. Though while i’m sure some scenarios will make more sense than others, in terms of gaming this thing is coming out much too soon.
            But that’s just my opinion, either way the whole simplified VR gimmick will appeal to the majority of…others. someone has to get this thing off the ground after all.

          • cartweet

            What exactly about this generation of VR do you find inferior or not up to par? I mean how can you even make such a claim without having tried it. Your complete ignorance on the tech just amazes me at how you draw all your conclusions. Every argument you make is parroted back by every skeptic of VR. You claim your not skeptical yet you’re saying exactly what every skeptic of VR says. They all claim it’s silly looking, a gimmick, another 3d fad, only good for first person games…etc The one constant with every one of these people is that they haven’t tried it. I’ve demo’d my rift in the past to countless people and I have yet to find someone not preach VR afterwards. You should try and find articles on some of skeptical writers. You’ll realize that you sound exactly like them. Then read up their followup article after having tried the latest rift or htc vive. They’ve been reborn. It’s not a big deal to me because I already know you’ll be a convert once you try it 😉

            The reason I mention other aspects of VR is to prove a point that it is far from a gimmick. If you can’t see that then you clearly don’t understand the term at all.

          • A – Kuma

            You mention other aspects because you don’t like being wrong, but that’s fine if you want to keep sidestepping.
            Look, once this version of VR becomes ubiquitous it will fall out of the “gimmick” category and become common. But right now, and again i’m talking in terms of gaming, it’s just a gimmick. It’s attracting attention, and differentiating the product(PlayStation 4) from it’s peers(XboxOne/Wii U). If you can’t see THAT, which you’ve made abundantly clear you don’t want to, then you clearly don’t understand the term at all.
            Now, at this point there really isn’t much left to combat unless you want to start straw manning or a repetitious cycle, so I’d say this would be a good point to end this conversation. But if you insist on continuing from this point onward I don’t mind humoring you for a while.

          • cartweet

            Here’s my last bit of advice. Why don’t you go try the vive, rift or psvr and when you do and you still feel the same you can reply back with “I told you so!”

          • A – Kuma

            If anyone I know decides to make such an investment I’ll do that, though I doubt I’ll have the opportunity. We’ll see.

          • cartweet

            Just to be clear I’m not here to start fights or flamewars. I just want to make sure all the information is available. There will most likely be demo booths available at retail outlets when these devices come to market. You can also try the samsung gearVR. A samsung store or perhaps an att/verizon store will have one available to demo. It lacks certain features of full VR like positional tracking and much of what it’s used for is 360 videos (which isn’t VR but still nice) If you can try a gearVR try one of the games or just the cinema app. Watching a movie in your own personal cinema is pretty nice 🙂

          • A – Kuma

            Well if you’re talking about movies and videos I have no doubts about that being amazing. lol you do know I was strictly talking about video games in regards to “VR”, right?

          • cartweet

            Yes, and I had already commented about games already. Nearly every genre sees a benefit from my own personal experience. I don’t want to rehash my comments again.

          • Iown You

            You’re a dumbass, smh.

          • A – Kuma

            says the guy who’s responding to my old comments LOL…but seriously, fuck you, you’re nobody, this is old, I don’t care anymore, die today.
            ~A – Kuma

          • Iown You

            LOL! Look at the little dumbfuck go!

          • A – Kuma

            don’t talk to yourself when replying to me…

          • Iown You

            *womp womp*

          • Tyler McCartney

            I know you have your opinion and have the right to express it but you really need to try it before you make such concrete opinions.

          • A – Kuma

            I’m sure even you could imagine the opinion I have didn’t spawn out of nothing.

          • Tyler McCartney

            Not saying yours is but an extreme NO to that comment. Most opinions in this world are based on pure speculation and fallacies aka “nothing”.

          • A – Kuma

            “most” opinions, not “all”.
            Exactly.

          • Tyler McCartney

            Virtual Reality has been around for like 30 years or so and it is finally come down to a price that is reasonable to make a consumer product. And they have been developing this for over 4 years.

          • A – Kuma

            I want you to read your comment very carefully, and then think about what you’ve done here today.

          • Tyler McCartney

            Each sentence is for a different point you made, not the same thing dummy.

          • A – Kuma

            you have failed. thanks for playing.

          • Tyler McCartney

            He doesn’t understand that the simple idea he states in his reply

            “you see the image from 1st person, you move your head to move the camera, BAM now it’s “Virtual Reality”, that’s all it is.”

            is actually not simple and is something people haven’t experienced before, is new consumer technology, and a godly impressive experience.

        • Tyler McCartney

          If you call it a waste of money and think VR is just “head tracking camera strapped onto your face” then you are haven’t tried It.

          • A – Kuma

            what other small feature did i forget? tell me what else it is that justified another $350+
            Because every demo i have ever seen or heard about describes exactly that: you put the goggles on so you can see in 1st person, you move your head to move the camera, BAM “Virtual Reality”. unless i’m missing something(if you say surround sound i’m going to laugh) there’s nothing else to it.

          • Tyler McCartney

            Okay let me make this clear. First off do you really think that “head tracking camera” is a super simple concept… Like really. A camera system that can track the slightest movement with 18 ms latency is amazing, Latency of the past literally could not do this. Something that literally could not be done before is simple to you… Its Ridiculous to think $350 isn’t justified. And like seriously if you have put one of these on and you weren’t impressed then there is something seriously wrong with you.

          • A – Kuma

            I’m not as impressed as all of the hamsters LOL but hey, go ahead and pay $350+ for a head tracking camera. I’ll buy one when the price drops significantly, because right now it would be absolutely idiotic to buy into. I can just imagine a giant childish grin while swinging and swiveling your head around thinking you’re having a great time, when you’ll more than likely need to be looking straight ahead the majority of the time, all the while doing the same thing you would have been doing before with the same controls. But the screen is strapped to your face, and you can flail your head around as the camera, so $350 or more well spent LMAO good for you buddy.

          • Tyler McCartney

            Well i’m sorry you are not impressed by something literally everyone knows is highly impressive new consumer technology. I bought a $300 Turtle Beach so no regrets, ill buy this day one.

          • A – Kuma

            congratulations, you’ve almost succeeded in killing me with laughter. But there’s a sucker born every minute, someone has to keep these companies afloat. So thanks for your contribution I guess….lmao you seriously spent $300 on some headphones xD oh god that is just gold, seriously thank you so much, i needed that laugh.

          • KennyKT

            300 bucks for a headphone is common for an audiophile who has a stable job with good income and who knows what he wants and likes.
            A person can buy a Mercedes Benz, and a person can buy a Toyota.
            Are you going to laugh at the person who bought the Merc? Because they both go from A to Z right?
            Continue to laugh… You might wake up to your senses one day

          • A – Kuma

            The fact that I’m not immediately aware of what you’re talking about tells me you’ve waited until I stopped caring about this conversation. I’m sorry, but it’s just “blah blah blah blah” to me now.
            But to answer your car question: Assuming both people are average joe’s(stable job with good income), which ever one of them buys(or makes payments on) a far more expensive car is a fool. But then again I don’t know your interpretation of “stable job with good income” is, so far all i know they could both afford to blow a millions of dollars yearly.

          • Jordan Ellis

            btw its not just a camera tracked headset, it also has gyroscopes, the tracking is for secondary movement data for more accurate input, I was told by a sony rep that they may make the headset work independently at some point as it has the hardware to do so, but it works best with both data collections.

        • whatacutebum .

          The secret to perfecting virtual reality is to make the brain think that what your seeing in front of you is real. Because of the advancement of graphics, Microsoft and Sony have managed to achieve this. This is why they are genuinely excited about vr. Wait till you try it. It’s a bit of a cliche but there are honestly no words to describe what you experience in a game (especially a horror one).

          • A – Kuma

            I guess only time will tell. I don’t doubt some scenarios make more sense than others considering it’s functionality but personally it’s not something i would pay that kind of money for.

    • oontz
      • A – Kuma

        I’m fully aware you don’t know what it is. but i’m more than positive you’re going to go fetch a definition somewhere and twist it. but now that i’ve said that, you might not. we’ll see.

        • oontz

          I don’t need to fetch a definition, I’m an English teacher. I really don’t think you know what the origin of the word is or its proper use in our language.

          • A – Kuma

            that’s your opinion and you’re entitled to it, just as i am entitled to mine.

        • Martin Labossiere

          I have tried VR now and holy crap I am 100% in and not a gimmick

          • A – Kuma

            Martin, a “gimmick” is not inherently bad. You don’t have to be ashamed to admit that you’ve fallen for a gimmick. But what you’ll be relieved to know is that if a gimmick is good enough, it eventually evolves into standard feature. Good for you that it’s enjoyable, but I’m still not going to waste money on it at this point in time.

    • Reckless Mediocrity

      Gimmick? I had an NES in the 80’s… I’ve been waiting thirty years for something like this!

      • A – Kuma

        Doesn’t change anything, but congratulations.

    • Iown You

      Can I punch you in the face for calling a technology platform a “gimmick”?

      Do people even know what a gimmick is? Smh…

  • The Unknown Legacy

    You put FF XIV: Heavensward yet the trailer leads to the reveal of FF XV. So which game is the one implementing the VR?

    • FF XIV Heavensward.
      No word yet on FF XV

      • The Unknown Legacy

        Thank you

  • I_LIKE_IT

    Unless you got the headset on it’s hard to get too excited about those games from the video’s.

    Are we ready for this unlike 3D TV’s…lol

    I take it the games will be fixed in one location/room or will the controller allow to walk around a level?

    • Tyler McCartney

      If you have to ask the question “I take it the games will be fixed in one location/room or will the controller allow to walk around a level?” then you literally have zero knowledge of VR

  • CH3SH

    No fallout, no win lol

  • A – Kuma

    O.o most of these don’t even make sense!

  • Iown You

    I think we can all agree that A. Kuma is an idiot.

  • Matt Henzel

    This list should be updated.

    It needs:
    Batman Arkham VR
    Here they Lie
    Rez Infinite
    Star Wars X-Wing VR

    To name a few.

  • Yorukaze88

    Has anyone confirmed that Final Fantasy 14 is running in VR yet? Or when it is going to be VR ready?