Oculus Rift Released! Worth the price tag?

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On 28th March 2016, The Oculus Rift is finally available for purchase, although many people had access to prototypes way before but this is the final tested product which I would hesitate to call a final product as it lacks from several features that need to be administered.

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The $600 Price Tag!

Worth it? A hefty price to pay for VR but a price, added with more cost of having an Oculus Ready PC as well, the price point is the part that makes many people hesitant on purchasing the product for now, maybe when the price lowers to $400 a large number more will take interest.

Upon reviews of some popular critics they saw the product lacked some features, such as okay-ish quality headphones, censor could not be adjusted, you would imagine for something that costs so much would have premium quality and experience.

It comes with the following right in the box.

  1. Oculus Rift with Integrated VR Audio
  2. Xbox One Controller
  3. Oculus Remote
  4. Sesor Designed for VR

The over-all experience of the product is great and has a huge line up games to be featured on it, right now the promotions go to Eve Valkyrie, Defense Grid 2 Lucky’s Tale and many more to come! Stay tuned to hear more.

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David Hayter opens up about MGS V

 

In his special edition podcast with Game Informer, the voice actor of Solid Snake and the screenwriter of X2, opens up about his feelings for his replacement as the iconic character,“I was kinda hoping that Konami would take me back now that he was gone.”.

“They tried to do that before and it never worked,” Hayter said. Along with soundalikes, Hayter heard that Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima wanted actor Kurt Russell to play Snake in Metal Gear Solid 3.  Even though the replacement wasn’t a big surprise, he still felt quite devastated, “It’s horrible. It’s humiliating.” when asked if he’d play the latest installment of MGS, Hayter said, “Yeah, that’d be 60 hours of humiliation I can’t wait to get to.”

And finally opening about how he felt about Hideo Kojima the director of Metal Gear Solid, Hayter said “I think he handled it pretty badly. I’ve got no particular love for Kojima. I respect him and I think he’s a brilliant game maker. I don’t know him as a person and as a businessman I was not impressed. So no, I don’t feel any need to go back and work for him again.”