^-o After my dad showed me what it could do I was hooked. I don’t like the ps4, and this wiring system kind of accentuated why.
I got psvr because it’s most accessible (I want to play fnaf vr). Any one who says, “simple to set up” is lying.
If I have to read the manual in order to figure out where each plug goes along with each being numbered, that’s not simple. Plus you have the added joy of it using its own power adaptor;
- You have power to the box.
- Power to the headset.
- The box has to go though a cross box.
Now here is the odd part: If I unplug the power the the headset, that turns the box off.
WHAT IS THE POINT OF HAVING TWO POWER PLUGS!
^-o *Sony Seem like it wants to channel the spirit of the ‘saga cd’.*
Having all the plug located in the back of the ps4 makes hooking up/disconcerting the VR an aggravating experience (reminds me of old CRT TV’s). It’s a console that lays flat, this means each time you change cords you NEED to lean it forward in order to see the ports (This wouldn’t be a problem if the cords where’t short).
Couldn’t we just have a circuit switch/button on the cross box?
I guess it was just one of the short comings involved with creating the VR headset so late into the consoles life.
HAY PS5, fix this problem!
While I’m on a little ps4 rant, Why does the controller vibrate so violently? Who looked at rubble and said, “It need to feel like a washing machine on fast spin.”
In conclusion, my dad is really happy that he now has someone to talk VR with.