As far as game peripherals go, the Oculus Rift is kind of cool but still kind of out there. Last week, Oculus VR announced that the virtual reality headset is going to start its run as an actual consumer product early next year. With E3 a month away, this device is sure to garner plenty of attention at the event. In my house, talk of obtaining an Oculus Rift is, well…happening, but not in a serious way. As cool as the device sounds, there’s nothing that make it a “must buy,” not for us anyway. Because the last time we bought into something gimmicky that was game-related, we picked up a 3D TV and couple games that were 3D-compatible. You know how many times we’ve played 3D games on our 3D TV? Zero. Unless you count the initial trial in which we had to see if it actually worked. Then I guess you could say we’ve got thirty minutes of 3D gameplay under our belts. So worth the money we shelled out.
News Byte: Oculus VR is Working on Ways to End “Simulator Sickness”
The virtual reality gaming headset Oculus Rift has been all over the new recently, and the train shows no time of stopping any time soon. But if you’re one of many who sffer from motion sickness, maybe you’re having second thoughts about the system? Perhaps Oculus VR has figure out how to make things right for you.