Oculus Rift CEO Would Like to See Xbox One Compatibility

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User Info: BS_Infinite

BS_Infinite
3 years ago#1
http://www.xbox360achievements.org/news/news-15498-Oculus-Rift-CEO-Would-Like-to-See-Xbox-One-Compatibility.html

Kinect 2.0 + Oculus would honestly be a pretty defining moment for the future of gaming. It almost sounds too amazing to be true
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User Info: mrshowtime333

mrshowtime333
3 years ago#2
Dont go the way of Sony , dont try to develop your own VR headset. Just make your system work the best it can with the Rift. No sense in spending time developing a inferior product.

User Info: kyonurika

kyonurika
3 years ago#3
So you have used the sony vr to know its inferior ? Cool

User Info: BS_Infinite

BS_Infinite
3 years ago#4
mrshowtime333 posted...
Dont go the way of Sony , dont try to develop your own VR headset. Just make your system work the best it can with the Rift. No sense in spending time developing a inferior product.


Seriously this! MS doesn't need to make their own. The Oculus looks amazing and combining it with the kinect would be heavenly
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User Info: BS_Infinite

BS_Infinite
3 years ago#5
I'm surprised nobody seems very interested. I guess people might just be worried about the initial price of the oculus
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User Info: straymatter

straymatter
3 years ago#6
BS_Infinite posted...
http://www.xbox360achievements.org/news/news-15498-Oculus-Rift-CEO-Would-Like-to-See-Xbox-One-Compatibility.html

Kinect 2.0 + Oculus would honestly be a pretty defining moment for the future of gaming. It almost sounds too amazing to be true

You put these together and you are 100% virtual!

User Info: BudWisenheimer

BudWisenheimer
3 years ago#7
I think MS would love to make this happen. Even if they already have their own device in the works (wouldn't be surprising if you follow the bread-crumbs all the way back to their experimental '1990s X-wand) they could benefit from testing the market first by joining forces here and now. I know they have a huge milestone coming up next month but I hope they get on this ASAP. Even that crude "Paper-Boy" demo using Oculus+Kinect was enough to convince me.

User Info: maheo30

maheo30
3 years ago#8
BS_Infinite posted...
I'm surprised nobody seems very interested. I guess people might just be worried about the initial price of the oculus


I'm not interested because that sort of thing makes me physically sick. The articles I've seen from people who have tested it have that same response although for them it is temporary it seems. The more they use it the less the nausea is.
The world should realize with increased clearness that Evangelicalism stands or falls with Calvinism. (Dr. B.B. Warfield)

User Info: CapwnD

CapwnD
3 years ago#9
I'm interested but skeptical of the overall enjoyment of the Oculus Rift.

I want one badly, I am still considering getting one of the non-consumer versions (or getting on the list) but I'm not sure how much I would actually use it.
Death to Videodrome, Long Live the New Flesh

User Info: chrish909

chrish909
3 years ago#10
Ps vr will be about as popular as the ps move
Sony promised 30 first year exclusives for ps4 first year. Too bad they are mostly indy titles.
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