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Clipper

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  1. I am satidfying myself by using the store on my phone. I "bought" robo recall (it is crossbuy so just confirming I weanted it on quest I bought OrbusVr cheap I "bought" the 6 demos If I go to my library and tell it to show me Quest stuff only it shows teh demos but not OrbusVR or RoboRecall - if I search for those on store it gives me option to install them to headset - which I obviously haven't paired yet. Is there a reason the library is bugging out a bit and not shwoing me two games that were crossbuy?
  2. stupid sexy Argos... Here I am waiting for my amazon delivery (any time before 11pm apparently!) - left the depot out for delivery at 9am, lazy sods. And no update map... Should have learned from my PS4 launch day expereince - just wait and buy from Argos. Oh and another vote for Oculus support, they are brill. When my PC headset failed after a big Oculus software update they tried all sorts with me and swapped out my headset for a new one out of warrantee (and all cables). All to no avail but they did their best, it was obviously a software/driver issue with my PC.
  3. bah! I don't tend to get DPD nowadays - I get random white van man. Reliable but infuriatingly does't give me a minimap to follow their progress
  4. oooh Amazon you tease you just took £399 out of my account no despatch yet.
  5. As I have PSVR I will be sticking to stuff that isn't on there or is roomscale or dependant on motion tracked controllers.
  6. Also I need to buy a chromecast thingy - damn more expense... its the 3rd gen isnt it? and you aren't getting Vader
  7. yeah with me they often dont despatch til v v late/early hrs and it still arrives next day. I can order some stuff upto midnight and still get it next day so I guess I am close to a warehouse...
  8. one problem with amazon order is they often dont despatch til v late/early hrs so I get to bite nails over shipping being on time all day! EDIT - are there reviews of the launch lineup anywhere? as in collated so I can make my shopping list and weep at cost. Superhot and Beat Saber ware obvious
  9. Can I buy from oculus store for rift if I don’t have rift anymore (I got rid of mine) tempted Ed to save on orbusvr EDIT - yes you can
  10. Clipper

    Games that you nearly purchased but didn't

    Steel battalion - came close to buying it many times over but always resisted
  11. @The Hierophant cannot do tonight (he posted in the wrong thread). Therefore I am tempted to call it off tonight as it might be a pretty major event as you have a) Told Ras Nsi about the Red Wizards (4 mages and 8 guards) and their location to attack them to help you retrieve the 9th cube. b) You lot are hanging back to watch a bit and maybe join in c) Artus is also doing this so it is likely to be a pretty big event (or might be) So best if we have a full complement.
  12. uploadvr youtube channel or twitch?
  13. Clipper

    Are cutscenes necessary?

    I'm sure there is and I am sure there are things that belong in all the segments in that Venn diagram. In the film/videogame crossover though the evidence is clear to me. But it is subjective, so you will find people who think there isn't a post apocalyptic film that is a better cinematic experience than playing the Last of Us. You will find people who will say that the Netflix Black Mirror episode Bandersnatch has better gameplay elements than any other choose your adventure style videogame. You will find people who find it incomprehensible that people only play videogames for the gameplay within and ignore the story completely You will find people who think that most cinematic storytelling in videogames is embarrasingly awful and the few top examples are equivalent to middling(at best) films. just more Venn diagrams.
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