Covid-19 almost managed to take out the force as Star Wars: Episode I Racer got delayed a few weeks on Switch and PS4. Thankfully, the port finally landed on both console a few weeks ago and we found a bit of time to capture some gameplay footage on Nintendo's console. Being a port, don't expect any visual improvements, but it doesn't seem to bother Mini-Driftwood (my son) who's been having a lot of fun with it. Gameplay is definitely strong with this one so even older gamers like myself can enjoy it even if they never tried the original back in the days.
I've heard that motion rigs in VR reduce the sensation and trick your body into feeling the g forces in driving games. Having some kind of haptics on the hmd could do the same for standing games (5 Hours ago)
What you say about the correlation between what you see and what you feel is true, though. If you read the patent, Sony are working on something similar, but on the actual headset itself (5 Hours ago)
@Melmoth: the motion sickness can still be an issue, even in roomscale. Some get it just being in the headset. Anyway, roomscale isn't viable for everyone, because not everyone has a full spare room. (5 Hours ago)
@Melmoth: the clooney has one of those for ages. [url] the feel is... unreal. (6 Hours ago)
@toelessfoot: yeah about that. works ok for massage too :D (8 Hours ago)
@Melmoth: Beautiful, now to convince my partner that's it's a reasonable purchase lol (8 Hours ago)