Hmm, first of all, I don't think it's fair to include a GPU (or any other PC upgrade) in the cost of the "VR kit". PC users naturally need to upgrade their machines, so in time a VR ready card will be present on most people's machines anyway. Secondly, Samsung's VR is cheap is you own a rather expensive phone. If you don't, if you have like an old Android phone, you need to add a lot to the cost of the Samsung alternative. Thirdly, they're not the same thing, not by a country mile.
I think PC VR and mobile VR, just like PC and mobile games, cater to different audiences. PC games, what is called "core" gamers, will pick a PC VR experience, because it's so much better. In time, the cost will get lower, the problem is having games that are worth playing. Which currently, there aren't many ... if any.
I'd also like this to become a regular thing. There are so many games around and I like any kind of "bird's eye view" over what's out there and good.
Book of Demons looks absolutely beautiful. It's on my watch list now. Cheers.
I really enjoyed what I played of it, so I'm glad to hear it caught your attention.
Kind of, yes. But to get the full picture, you need to take into account non-gaming PCs, which no one knows what hardware they use.
But then .. 57% market share, assuming that's all consoles, that means that PC has 43% of the games market?
PC actually has far more of the market than that. The 57% Radeon hardware percentage already takes into account AMD PC users, so if you take the JPR report figures as gospel, with a total of 410 million PC gamer GPUs in the world and 307 million AMD console GPUs, the PC has 57% of the total gaming market.
But even then that's an estimate so if could be even higher. PC FTW, eh?
Or you can host your site in a country in which Blizzard can't touch you. There are plenty of "exotic" locations in which US companies can't bully you.
yes then the host is out of reach, but if you still live in america (or other similar country) you are still in a place they can put a target on your back.
yes it stops them actively taking the site down, but you are still running the site and still live in a country you can be held acountable. unless of course you are also going to move to a country where they can't come after you but that seems a bit excessive.
just look at the people who ran pirate bay, servers were in these safe havens they were in one of the norse countries, in the end they went to jail in their home country and were forced to close down the site.
I agree that this game doesn't need to, and maybe even shouldn't be drawn in a cartoon-like art style, but surely the very idea of needing to "take the game seriously" is counter-productive to the fact that it is a game...
It's what they've always done ...
You buy consoles for exclusives. Anything else, a PC does better.
thanks for telling me i never would have guessed /s
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