I have been hyped for VR since I was a kid and knew what it was like most everyone else. Today that day arrived. Prior to this I have had zero VR experience. I opened the box and boy there's alot going on in there. Even one random box containing a lone hmdi cable, why it needed its own box is beyond me. Over all the package is nice and sorta has an "event" feel to it setting the mood. Setup is easy plug things in and thats it. Lots of added cables though and not really an issue in the already rats nets of cables behind my tv. My cable managment had always been outta sight outta mind so no impact there. My setup at the moment is crapppy and the camera is about 3' away less than ideal I am sure. Plugged in the headset went in and I was in a reality virtual to our own. First the screen quality seems good, slight screen door effect I've herd it described as. Tracking seems fine no big issues. Hold the controller up and it has a slight jitter but nothing I can notice without looking for it. The cinemode or whatever is really cool seeing the dashboard on a giant 100' screen. I kinda wish the headteacking was off and just had the full screen view fixed, not sure why thats not an option? Drive club has been a big hopeful and I wanted to try the demo before opening my copy so I hit that first. Initial i pression is "wow" standing outside looking around the car is cool. My first instinct is to move and walk around and you can't. Get in the car and things start to loom a little cheesy. It is then I decide and accept, I am inside a ps3 game. Being inside a ps3 game graphic wise to me isn't so bad but everyone will need to make their own choice on that. After accepting ok this is a ps3 gsme but I am "inside" it! I move forward. Race begins and I'm off and loving it. Turing and looking out of mirrors, turning to see ahead of corners all felt like driving. The demo track has one sort od dip section and I got that weird feeling in my stomach as I hit, just as in reality! Each lap I hit that section I felt it and loved it. Finished up my demo and moved on. Tried playroom and kinda got bored with that. The basic platform game was fun the level I played. I enjoyed the camera perspective and the platforming but got annoyed my controller on screen was always stuck in the middle of my vision. That type of feeling running around in a mario64 type of world was fun though and I'd play more games like that if they were better quality. I threw on the Kitchen demo and enjoyed that but it really hit home that your inside a ps3 game again. Makes me imagine next generation if we see a leap from ps3 to ps4 level of visual and a boose in the headset getting rid of the screen door effect things will be amazing. Went ahead and tried Eve and was just sorta meh with that one. Glad I got it for 20 not 60. I flew around but felt I was sitting way to far back in the cockpit, no real sense of speed or motion there like I had in driveclub. I was doing loops and barrel rolls but just seemed kinda dull and empty to me. I played the training mission and left that one. Tried to play Tumble but got annoyed at the super slow drawn out tutorial. I was tossed into the seat of a space ship and let loose faster than I was let to play with blocks. I'll go back to it but man it seemed to be a slow start up. Threw in the hatsuni demo thing and eh it was pretty bad. A good idea but pretty bad. Your stuck in a crowd and seeing a ps3 level game concert just didn't do anything and I left that after half a song. Maybe potential there but really seemed bad to me. Spent a few hours altogether not one time feeling sick of headache or anything. No trackong issues that I could point out while playing. A little blurriness on the edges of my field lf view and had to adjust the visor side to side just a little now and the. The visor was pretty transparent I thought, got a little hot and had some fog but not too bad. Fired up ps vue and watched a few minutes of the Goldbergs just to see and it was fine. Over all I think its worth the money, the games feel like launch games and will get better I hope. As with the tech over the generations I expect to be gaming on a headset often in the future.