About 14 years ago, I was 14 years younger and I remember being blown away by Duke Nukem Forever's E3 trailer. Little did I know I would talk about the game's final release on a website dedicated to video games in 2011. As you will see, Duke shows his age, both graphically and when it comes to level design. Still, the game is a good laugh, but you have to accept a huge leap in time, which very few people will be ready to in my humble opinion. The console version suffers from many slowdowns and awfully long loading times, but things are smoother and faster on PC. The videos are from the PC version in 1080p and 30 fps but the game obviously runs at 60 fps. Update: Two gameplay videos added. Update 2: Last video added, so you can see Duke's legendary finesse.
But obviously it needs to be better than what Hololens currently delivers to be interesting to me :P (23 minutes ago)
@alimokrane: Maybe not for hard core, immersive gaming, but for lighter games, party games or puzzle games and such? I think AR could be cool. (24 minutes ago)
@Megido: not to mention the fact that you need either a PS4 or a PC to actually play VR. HoloLens is definately not meant for gaming - agreed. (28 minutes ago)
But the price point atm seems pretty daunting, i mean how many people are willing to pay 400 bucks for an oculus rift? Some for sure, but hardly the mainstream masses. (48 minutes ago)
Honestly, i think VR could be great, though i think it'll be a while before it's anywhere near mainstream. I could imagine playing a next gen TES game with an oculus, no doubt... (48 minutes ago)
like medical, or engineering etc. (59 minutes ago)