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If VR is something that interests you, but you don’t really want to mess with PCs and their endlessly complicated and up-gradable functions, PSVR is looking like your best option. Knowing that they are really the only console built for that kind of thing, Sony has put together the PSVR Bundle with five different games to satisfy you VR needs. These five games have five varying levels of intricacy and depth to them, and in doing so, meet five different levels of involvement for the players who want a quick VR game or maybe a longer, more committed experience.
The games bundled here are Astro Bot Rescue Mission, Everybody’s Golf VR, PlayStation VR Worlds, Resident Evil 7 VR, and Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR. You probably know all about RE7 and Skyrim, unless you live under a rock. Astro Bot Rescue Mission is a 3D platformer, Everybody’s Golf is a cartoon-y golf simulator with highly customizable characters, and PlayStation VR Worlds is a collection of games and scenarios specially designed for PSVR. The bundle comes with a PSVR Camera and Headset. You will need a PlayStation 4 of your own before getting this. It also does not come with PSVR Move Controllers, but these games can be played normally using the regular Dualshock 4 controller.
Here comes the hurt: the PSVR Bundle costs $545.95 CAD. It’s a lot for anyone do dish out at once, but you are getting 5 games plus a new set of hardware, so you can decide for yourself if it’s for you.
What game do you most want to play in VR? Let us know in the comments below.