Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by JakeTucker, 20 May 2016.
Need to play the original.
No vr. No play.
Oooh. The first was so good, but gave me crazy bad motion sickness.
We get it Stanley, you like VR.
Thankfully, most other people are able to enjoy more than one flavour of ice cream.
Still working my way through it, but have to say:
Damn I love this game. A bit wordy, but I kind of like it, marvellous story that did set me thinking.
I am wondering what the sequel will build further upon. The gameplay and puzzles are good. Though not groundbreaking, you get an strong sense of victory when you solve them (especially the extra star puzzles). However, it wouldn't be nearly the game it is without the story, and I don't know how they will carry it on (only had the blissful ending so far, waiting to do the rest ones I find my decryption notes .
But if Croteam can pull the same success (though not just more of the same please), I am so on board.
Didn't get motionsickness myself, but maybe you can try playing it from third person perspective? Could help.
There also were option to turn things like headbobbing and the likes off.
I didn't get motionsickness, but when the game provides a special "antimotionsickness" button in the options, I can gather it might have a slight issue or two with it.
awesome news !
Yeah it's sadly a common thing with the game, they have an entire page of motion sickness options not just a button! I tried them all, it still made me throw up after 20 minutes
It's really annoying because there are now 3 games that have given me motion sickness and people assume I get it all the time. I never get it in vehicles or anything. It's just HL2 on CRTs, The Talos Principle and Dying Light's tutorial!
Awesome, really need to finish the first now...
Never got motion sickness from it... but will always get motion sickness from any FPS that has cutscences that move the camera a lot in the FPS view, i.e. Mirrors Edge.
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