I'm gonna be the shitty dissenting voice and say that linear, narrative-heavy games are the least interesting thing to watch people play through. Seeing how players deal with choice and consequence in really systems-driven stuff is way more entertaining to me personally, at least in part because there's always the chance that the whole enterprise will catch fire in the worst (read: best) way possible.
To be fair this is basically the kind of garbage I picture every time I hear people discuss how much they dig on Oculus. Regardless of how much better it's likely to be this go-around VR as a concept still has one hell of a stigma to overcome.
I think it looks great if you don't sit too close to the screen and I had a lot of fun playing it. I'm playing on 360. Yeah, there's kind of nothing on the new consoles right now
Yeah, aside from looking a bit muddier the 360 version holds up really damn well. The game is an absolute blast either way; went from apathetic as hell to planning on a day one purchase over the course of an afternoon.