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- Traverse an unnerving alien world as you search for survivors and a way home.
- Master various weapons, from charged plasma rifles to a railgun, in the fight through packs of hostile alien life.
- Explore and fight together with a friend in 2 player co op.
- Precise and intuitive aiming for compatible PlayStationVR shooter games
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PlayStation VR Aim Controller Farpoint Bundle
Farpoint is a riveting VR space adventure set on a hostile unknown planet. Feel the action with PlayStation VR Aim Controller’s precise motion tracking and deeply intuitive controls as you are transported to this unnerving alien world.
PlayStation VR Aim Controller
PlayStation VR Aim Controller heightens the experience of any compatible shooter for your PlayStation VR. Precise motion tracking, ergonomic design, and deeply intuitive controls keep your shots lightning fast and deadly accurate. Together with vibration feedback, the Aim Controller lets you feel the action as you are transported to incredible and unexpected gaming worlds.
PlayStation Camera (sold separately) required for PlayStation VR and PlayStation VR Aim Controller functionality.
- Precise and intuitive aiming for compatible PlayStation VR shooter games
- Advanced motion sensing and light tracking technology
- Ergonomic two-handed control
- Easily-accessible Dualshock 4 controls
- Immersive vibration feedback
- Rechargeable battery
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Experience a full-length single player campaign as you traverse an unnerving alien world, searching for survivors and a way home.
Master various weapons – from charged plasma rifles to a railgun - in the fight through packs of hostile alien life.
Separated from your colleagues, you must use holographic logs scattered throughout the landscape to reunite with the scientists and escape the planet.
Explore and fight together with a friend in 2 player co-op.*
*Active PS Plus membership required.
Farpoint, a riveting VR adventure set on a hostile unknown planet, was created exclusively for PlayStation VR and developed alongside the PlayStation VR Aim Controller. On a mission to pick up scientists studying an anomaly near Jupiter, a sudden rupture nearby sends you and their station crashing onto an unknown alien world. Feel the action with PlayStation VR Aim Controller's precise motion tracking and deeply intuitive controls as you are transported into this unnerving situation. Farpoint, together with the PlayStation VR Aim Controller, sets a new standard for FPS gaming.
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Upon firing up the game, I was immediately surprised by the graphical fidelity. Were my expectations low? Maybe. But then the actors started talking ... and it they are good. The facial capture is also nicely rendered. After a brief stint in space and a crash landing, I started to explore the rocky canyons. And then the gunplay started. Leaning into my rifle scope put a devilish grin on my face. How does this work so well?! Space spiders explode in gloppy fragments and the shotgun and rifle I have unlocked so far feel weighty and satisfying. Want to change your gun? Just throw the weapon over your shoulder. And the best thing for me? No motion sickness at 2 hours! I have to say, I am impressed.
The one thing I did notice was that calibration on my rifle was a bit off from where my hands were but I think in my excitement to start I calibrated the unit wrong. It also has you select your height. Since I am 5'6 and short, I felt like a Jawa in-game when I looked down at my feet. So I plan on taking more time to calibrate during my next play.
If you are a fan of Starship Troopers and VR, this is the first one that has come along in some time that truly has gotten me excited again for the future of VR possibilities.
Now with that out of the way let me say that the PSVR is really impressing the hell out of me. I have an Oculus and Vive and those are amazing, especially with the Touch and Vive wands. But the PSVR optics to me are much better, no screen door.
The game Farpoint starts off slow and eases you in. That's because once you see you first spider like alien you're going to freak out a little. The movement is so smooth and they're so fast it's really creepy. If you're deathly afraid of spiders make sure to wear your depends.
As the game goes on it gets progressively more difficult and puts you in scenarios where you have to decide strategically where you should be on the map. It's very very realistic and you'll find yourself actively looking for terrain advantageous to fighting, as you would in reality. Really ear to ear grin moments.
In not time you'll find yourself strafing, back-pedaling, running to high ground, swinging around Arnold style to pick off enemies behind you, just awesome action hero stuff.
I won't give any spoilers but your first boss battle is going to make you chuckle like a school girl, it's that awesome. The scale is amazing and you'll be sweating from tension and activity. Those are good things. This is what gaming needs. You're part of a movie, you're the hero, it's amazing.
Now, the controller itself is ultra comfortable and light. It feels well built despite being really light. DISCLAIMER, make sure you have at least 3 feet all the way around you because you will be spinning to fire at enemies and smack your infant in the head or worse bash your controller into a bookshelf.
If you have a PSVR this is a no brainer. If you don't have a PSVR you should get one. There are so many different experiences that there is something for everyone.
The Aim controller kinda sucks, mainly because aiming down the sights as well as just using it feels very unnatural and with no shoulder stock it can actually be fatiguing after a while. The sticks and button placement is fine but the over all shape makes it awkward to hold as a pistol or a rifle.It never feels like anything other than a piece of pipe that places weird angles on your wrists if you use it any other way than a two handed waist height strafing sort of stance. Other than the terrible ergonomics it works great and its very sturdy. I'm sure some people will love it and others will hate it. I would say try before you buy if you can. Much like the game its not terrible but its also far from great.