I don't have the hardware nor the money to afford the hardware. Despite that, I highly doubt that will make much of a difference.
I'm a very broken individual, heh.
Heh, well I think you'd be surprised. I'm pretty desensitized to traditional horror games; watching them on a computer screen just isn't that scary.
But virtual reality is a whole 'nother level of immersion. It makes it feel like you're inside the game. Everything takes on a much greater sense of realism and immersion.
Probably the greatest realization of this compared to a monitor, is that with a monitor you can always look away from the screen. At which point you're reminded your just sitting in a room. But with VR, you can't look away. No matter where you look or go, you're still "in" the game's environment. Short of ripping off the headset, you can't really get away from it.
In fact, I feel that VR horror games are almost too scary at times; they've even made me fear for my personal safety which is something you just don't get playing on a monitor.
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