Skyrim VR | PSVR Review

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An incredible, seemingly endless RPG for PlayStation VR. Nothing else on PSVR even comes close.

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Skyrim PSVR Review
Skyrim VR Review

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41 thoughts on “Skyrim VR | PSVR Review”

  1. I never liked Skyrim, never could get into the game. But a friend let me view it in PSVR… mind blown! absolutely incredible and impossible to describe unless you've tried it.
    Believe me, if you haven't tried VR, just forget any preconceived notions of what you think it will look and feel like… it'll be a 1000 times better – I guarantee you that

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  2. I've been holding off playing Skyrim VR for well over a year until I bought a PS4 Pro because of your take on the improvement in the visuals department. I gotta say I wasn't disappointed, it looks so much better, and that helps the immersion factor greatly.

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  3. Quick question @PSVR Without Parole. How do you get the social screen to be that smooth looking? Whenever I record / stream I only get a fish eye lens type deal. Any help would be great!

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  4. So Here is my Problem i have buyed Skyrim on the ps3 Back in the days i buyed all dlc to. then there was the Special Edition with Mod Support on the ps4 that was okay with me because i dont Had the Money to make a gaming pc to get the full potencial Out of Skyrim so i buyed the Special Edition and dont get disappointed. currently Skyrim VR is at 25 bucks at the ps Store and i have move Controllers and i am struggling to buy because it is a old Game that i have buyed many Times for the full price and i dont know If its worth another Chance to buy so what should i do is it worth buying the Game a third time or is that Just wasted Money i dont have a clue

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  5. I got bored with Skyrim after about 15 hours playing on flat screen. Which I'm actually glad about because now I get to experience most of the game fresh in VR. The only downside is that it is so good that it's starting to take over my life.

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  6. How did you get the game to use the move controllers? Seems you can only change to move controller by starting a new game which I am not interested in doing.

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  7. Skyrim VR makes all other PSVR games look bad in comparison, Its so fun to play and has so much content its ridiculous, As much as I enjoyed Skyrim before I love Skyrim VR. This will probably be the 1st time that i finish most of the quest lines and I'm already thinking about doing a second play through as a mage. It's a must buy for your PSVR library… although don't make it your 1st VR game, the locomotion might be a bit much for VR newbies.

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  8. You obviously played a lot of VR games so I have to ask: Is there a difference in VR experience between the original PS4 and the Slim/Pro? Because I have the original and I really, really have high expectations and hype for this game, and it would be a shame if my PS4 couldn't handle it (Or with worse graphics)

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  9. Have you had a chance to check out the latest update to this game?  If so, go ahead and do an update video.  I've heard the update makes the game much improved.

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  10. Kinda bumed out, i picked it up earlier this week but had to return it. Constant motion sickness no matter what controller, control setting or filter i used. First game since Scavengers Odyssey to do that to me.

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  11. As I have spent over 1000 hours in the various versions of Skyrim, I felt like playing Skyrim in VR would be like going back to a place after being away for a long while, noticing details I havent before, seeing it in a new way. Thats exactly what its like, there are times that I realize oh yeah I remember this place, but in VR becase the graphics are dumbed down a bit and im in the world, it just feels new and different to me. In the regular non VR versions I preferred the outside locations, but in VR I prefer the caves and Dungeons. Now if only Bethesda would remaster oblivion and Fallout 3 I would be in heaven.

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  12. Yea Brian, I feel exactly the same and I AM prepared to spend the rest of my life in this game! I like it better than RE7 and that is saying something! I am on level 19 already and am trying to master smithing, alchemy and enchanting. So far level 50 on smithing.

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  13. Hey Bryan, have you tried the vampire dlc? Your gonna fn love it, its rite up your alley. . Also what difficulty do u have it on? I need to find out how to get my own house bc I just keep leaving random inventory in random places. I need to store them. I'm On my way to the grey beards just trying to figure out how to get up that mountain.

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