So I took the dive and bought it. I'm happy to say I haven't suffered any motion sickness with it whatsoever. What makes this different from Scavenger's Odyssey (in terms of me not getting sick), I don't know, but it's awesome and my favorite game on PS VR. Sooo good.
Listening to the guys on the Bombcast and general opinion has made me interested in picking up Doom for the campaign. However, I didn't play Doom back in the day and have no nostalgia or affinity for the franchise as a whole. I understand and respect its impact on the industry but simply never played it. It sounds like people are enjoying the campaign because it draws on the past with easter eggs and call backs. Should I spend the money to pick this up?
Playing Panzer Dragoon Saga recently has really solidified how much I love empty and abandoned worlds in games. Other examples that come to mind of a similar fashion are Shadow of the Colossus, Ico and Journey. I was wondering, does anyone else have any suggestions with similar feeling settings?
So I have historically been awful at puzzle games, but seeing everything about this game made me interested. I bought it full well knowing that I would need to use a guide at some point. However, even I'm sad that I only got 97 puzzles in and am at a loss. Has anyone else bought this game knowing that they will need a guide?
So I just beat the game and that ending was a huge cliffhanger that I wasn't expecting. As opposed to the ending of the original Xenoblade, this one was a let down for me leaving too many plot threads open and creating more questions than it answers. I doubt that there will be DLC for the game and the director already said that he wants to move on and make something different moving forward erasing the chance of a direct sequel. But I'd love to hear what everyone else thought as well! :D