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The future is now old man
Is this from anything other than Dewey from malcolm in the middle? Cause that's the only place I know it from and it's one of my favorite references to find in the wild.
I hate my brothers!
I only like me!
gets hit by reese
sees mom with burnt dress
A B C D
E comes next dear
I seem to recall it being said in Alexander, too. Or somee variation on it.
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Looks like beat saber maybe.
Fucking love Beat Saber, Daft Punk 🤘
Protip for those who love PC* beat saber:
lets you install custom songs that people make, keep in mind with all user generate content, some is amazing, some is garbage.
I assume this is only for PC though right? Didn't think PlayStation could be modded in any way
Correct, and as someone who has both I highly recommend the rift over PSVR if you can afford it. The rift is a much higher price to entry (you have to have about a $1,500-1,800 computer at minimum, then ~$350 for the rift) where the PSVR is much cheaper. There are a few technical things the PSVR is better at (doesn't produce "god rays" which to me, on the rift, have never been an issue) but the vast superiority of the rift IMO is its tracking. The PSVR no matter what I do the controllers will always start to drift after about 10-15 minutes of play. A sword will be slightly rotated in my hand, a gun shooting off angle, etc... I would have to hide my controllers, or violently shake them, to force the software to re-track them and reset the calibration. The rift, with only the default 2 sensors it comes with (you can by more for full 360 tracking unlike the PSVR) I can literally play for hours and have never once had an issue with tracking. Literally never once have I moved my hand in VR and had it not 100% where it is supposed to be. Also, of course, you can mod computer games much more easily, giving you a lot more enjoyment. Modding skyrim is amazingly fun, and beat saber has so many fan made songs. Imagine swinging to "I'll make a man out of you" from Mulan, or "Dangerzone" by Kenny Loggins, or Green Days "American Idiot". All song's I've played on beatsaber for the rift
Edit: Ok guys, I get it, you can build a VR pc for less than $1,500. My numbers are a bit out of date, but I'd still advise better than an $800 PC for VR for future proofing. Either way, an $800 computer is still more than double that of a ps4, making PSVR the cheaper price of VR
Just want to dispell the 1500$ PC myth. This build will give you a fabulous VR experience in pretty much every game that isn't Fallout 4 VR. My 1070TI can't even power through that mess of bad optimization.
And as a follow up, it will smash pretty much every game around at 1080p ultra settings, do plenty of productivity applications with aplomb and, if you want, can be upgraded pretty easily. The idea that you have to spend 1500 before you even buy the Rift or Vive is a bit of a myth. And if you can't build it yourself for one reason or another, the labor can be done by a massive number of folks in your area for about 100 bucks.
Edit: Also if you get PC Beatsaber, play Mr Blue Sky, it fucking jams.
Ok, so my Ryzen 5 2600 + Radeon RX 580 is more than enough? Interesting...
Oh absolutely! I have a Ryzen 5 1600 and, as a test, plugged my old 1050TI into my rig to test Beatsaber. Smooth as hell, and as you know the 580 wipes the floor with the 1050TI.
Oh damn. I have the same CPU and a 1070. For some reason despite being able to competently handle most games I just assumed VR would be out the question. Mind you I still don't have the space.
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And personally I recommend WMR over rift if you want cheap, 150$ is not bad for 95% of the way to being a vive with controllers