NBA 2KVR Experience: Will 2K Provide Motion Control Support?
"NBA 2KVR Experience" is 2K's latest take on virtual reality gaming. Fresh from its launch this week, the game is one of the hot topics in the gaming world these days.
At around $15, one could get his hands on "NBA 2KVR Experience." NBA 2K17 cover star Paul George guides players as they step onto the Pacers' court. Take note that this new game is not a VR version of 2K17. It's simply a collection of several mini games sponsored by Gatorade.
While this one looks pretty interesting, "NBA 2KVR Experience" did not fully impress its target audience. Reddit users quickly pointed out how the hands look stiff through every mode in the PSVR trailer.
A gamer's review over Pure PlayStation suggests "NBA 2KVR Experience" boasts an impressive graphics with excellent lighting but called it an abysmal form of entertainment. As the user quipped, the game may not give some wrist damage to players but it will cause pain in the neck due to all the turning and the looking.
Critics believe 2K needs to update its motion control to have the best experience out of the game. In spite of the negative reviews, there are some who are still interested with "NBA 2KVR Experience" given that 2K will include support for move controllers. 2K has not released any statement regarding this matter.
It was not the first time that 2K worked on VR technology. Many PSVR gamers believe 2K's "Carnival Games VR" has a more pleasing mechanic than their latest basketball VR game.
The DualShock 4-controlled game works with PS4, HTC Vive and Samsung VR. It will soon become available for Oculus Rift as well. It's believed that it will be released on Rift when Touch is finally out. Watch YouTube user OhhOneGee's firsthand experience below:
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