PlayStation VR - Borderlands 2 and Beat Saber Bundle
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|Item Weight||3 Kilograms|
|Operating System||PlayStation 4|
About this item
- Bundle includes PlayStation VR headset, PlayStation Camera, 2 MOVE controllers, Demo Disc 2.0, Borderlands 2 VR game voucher and Beat Saber voucher
- The iconic shooter-looter gets in your face! Virtually immerse yourself in the untamed world of Borderlands
- Beat Saber is a VR rhythm game where your goal is to slash the beats which perfectly fit into precisely handcrafted music
- Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) Content Description: Blood and gore, Intense violence, language, sexual themes, use of alcohol
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About Borderlands 2 VR
Get virtually immersed in the mayhem-filled world of Borderlands as you step into the boots of a treasure-seeking Vault Hunter, grab 87 bazillion guns, and free Pandora from Handsome Jack’s clutches!
About Beat Saber
Five Nights at Freddy’s VR: Help Wanted is a collection of classic and original mini-games set in the five nights universe. Survive terrifying encounters with your favorite killer animatronics in a collection of new and classic Five Nights At Freddy’s experiences.
PlayStation VR Borderlands 2 VR and Beat Saber Bundle
DISCOVER A NEW WORLD OF PLAY.
Your heart will race. Your pupils will dilate. Your instincts will kick in and take over as you discover new worlds. Fully immerse yourself in the experience, whether you want to slay mythical beasts, step into the boxing ring, survive the undead, or take on more than 200 incredible games and counting.1
Borderlands 2 VR
The iconic shooter-looter gets in your face! Virtually immerse yourself in the untamed world of Borderlands. Step into the boots of a treasure-seeking Vault Hunter armed with 87 bazillion guns on a quest to line your pockets with loot. Blast bandits with real-world aiming, punch psychos in the mouth, race across the desert in stolen bandit vehicles and free Pandora from Handsome Jack’s clutches!
PUT ON YOUR VIRTUAL BOOTS
Become one of four playable classes: Siren, Commando, Gunzerker and Assassin, each with unique skillsets and combat styles!
GET VIRTUALLY LOADED
Shoot-and-loot with bazillions of procedurally-generated guns, each with their own capabilities and modifiers. Plus, lust after procedurally-generated shields, grenades, relics, class mods and more for maximum power and mayhem!
VIRTUALLY SLOW TIME
Use the new Slow-Mo ability to set up your next attack! Plus, with Teleport, glide across Pandora as gracefully as Claptrap, if he had grace.
Feel the Rhythm – Lose yourself in the smoothest combination of music beats and visual effects in Beat Saber’s truly immersive gameplay.
Handcrafted Levels & Music – Unlike other rhythm games with generated content, levels and music in the game are made precisely by hand to emphasize the music experience.
Easy to Learn, Fun to Master – Everyone can understand the basic game principles, it's easy for anyone to pick up and play.
Rise Up the Global Leaderboards – Compete against other Beat Saberists around the world in several level difficulties.
Great Exercise – Exercise while dancing and slashing the beats, Beat Saber gets you moving.
A PS4 system (sold separately) is required to use PlayStation VR. Internet connection and account for PlayStation Network required to download Borderlands 2 VR and Beat Saber. “PlayStation” and the “PS” Family logo are registered trademarks of Sony Interactive Entertainment Inc.
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Beat saber is insanely addicting. Once you get your camera and in game settings just right (floor height adjustment) there are zero tracking issues. I could play this for hours and not feel motion sick (it is a stationary game). Songs are addictive and looks like there are plans to add more (already updated with one new song so far).
Borderlands is also fun but unless you're a seasoned VR veteran or don't get motion sick easy, definitely tweak your settings first. Full locomotion made me instantly sick, but that's my own fault for not easing into it and getting my "VR legs." There are plenty of comfort settings for you to adjust. My second time through after tweaking I made it to a half hour of play. Just one of those things you have to get use to.
The demo disc comes packed with a ton of games that leave you wanting more. Even games I thought would be lame like job simulator had me smiling and wanting to buy within a minute. The videos online really don't do VR justice. Once you're in the headset it's a whole new 3D world. Just added fruit ninja and batman: arkham vr, which I highly recommend for first timers.
My only complaint (other than the annoying price drop) is the blurriness. Seems like matter how much I measure my eyes there is a very miniscule opening for a clear image. Even then text is hard to read. I know the image quality is split between each eye but it looks like I'm trying to watch a 480p video on a HD tv. Maybe it's suppose to look like that but in games like Moss it definitely shows.
I'm also using an og PS4 and not the Pro, which I hear makes significant improvements to the sharpness.
All in all, if you already have a pro and your curious about VR. Buy it. Don't even think about it. Just make sure to cover all the adjustment settings first (camera, eye measurement, move controller alignment
etc) and you'll be in for an enjoyable ride.
If you don't have a PS4 Pro, or you have a computer that can handle other VR options, I'd go for those.
Virtual Reality itself is really cool at first. I'm excited to see what the future of VR becomes. For me, the excitement and novelty wore off fast. It's clear that the processing power and graphics speed required means that you'll have to make concessions and face limitations to what games can be. No doubt the PS5 or PSVR2 or whatever next-gen will exist will be super-cool, and I look forward to it.
Some games work well -- Beat Saber is a very fun rhythm game and I highly recommend it to those interested. It's great for people of all ages, as a pick-up-and-play party game, a fun fitness workout, or for serious players who want to challenge a leaderboard. The holodeck-like graphics aren't super-realistic, and it's okay. Borderlands 2 was originally released sans VR, and with cel-shaded 'stylized realism' it's not quite as immersive as one would hope for VR, but it remains a super fun game even with all the DLC taken out and the single-player only mode.
These types of concessions are, sadly, the norm in VR. Skyrim VR does come with all the DLC I believe and is the full experience but the games that weren't built for VR just aren't as immersive as those that were. And the ones that were tend to be short, almost demo-length games. Some, like The Invisible Hours I actually enjoy better outside VR mode.
A lot of gamers play League of Legends, a so-called MOBA game (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena), and I was excited to see Monolith was a MOBA game built for VR. But sadly, there are only 5 champions (right now), only one map, and it's a 2 lane, two-champions per team game. In other words, it's a lot of 1 on 1 duels with the weakest single player determining the losing team. It's none of what makes LoL so much fun.
Apart from Beat Saber, the only other must-play VR game for me right now was The Inpatient. Set loosely in the Until Dawn universe (another great non-VR game), you are an inpatient at a mental asylum with limited memory. This was the most immersive experience I've ever had and the atmosphere was fantastic. Immersive, narrative driven games with highly emotional content is where I see the future of VR. I'd like to see games similar to the Quantic Dreams games (Farenheit / Indigo Prophecy, Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls, Become Human) and DON'TNOD games (Life is Strange, Vampyr) come to VR. These sorts of personally emotional stories would be fantastic told from the first-person perspective in Virtual Reality.
Sadly, there's little of it just yet.
So, I'm glad I bought it, but it's still the early days of VR. We need people to adopt the technology in order to attract developers to spend money on top tier games. If you're interested in getting in on the ground floor, PSVR is one of the cheapest and simplest ways to experience what VR has to offer, and it's darn cool, for a while.
For most people, I think waiting 2-3 years makes sense.
Beat Saber had great reviews, but you can’t comprehend how fun it is until you try. You step onto a platform in a spacious warehouse with twin light sabers and slice floating boxes. Simple, fun, and gets you moving.
I barely tried Borderlands (I’ve played through the series in other formats). On moment I’m in my living room, the next I’m on Pandora with Claptrap looking up at me. It looks like it’ll be an amazing adventure, but I’ll be taking my time on this one due to motion sickness.
Great way to lose weight in the new year. Beat Saber gets you moving; Borderlands will keep you from eating.
*Great Condition [BrandNew]
*Came with all the connectors/wires
*Not Damaged/Nothing Missing
*Came with Two Game Vouchers
*Doesn’t come with the charger port
*Arrived on time
OVERJOYED WITH THIS PRODUCT! It’s a must have in my book.
(some games will cause motion sickness FYI)
Top reviews from other countries
This is often read here.
On two E-Mails to the seller you just do not get an answer. Do I actually have to buy the games in the store, even though they were included in the bundle? Too bad, it can not recommend so unfortunately.