After being released on PC a few months ago, Risen 2: Dark Waters is now finally available on Xbox 360 and PS3. Ghost_Deus captured a bunch of videos of the 360 version, and as you'll see, to enjoy the game, you will have to get used to a lot of technical issues (tearing, pop-up, slowdowns, etc.). Many will probably stop at that, which would be a shame since Pirahna Bytes' title is still interesting enough to keep you entertained for a good while. Of course, if you do have a choice and can play the PC version, that's definitely the one to go for, even though it also has a few technical issues to cope with.
But obviously it needs to be better than what Hololens currently delivers to be interesting to me :P (26 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. (27 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. (31 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. (50 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... (51 minutes ago)
like medical, or engineering etc. (1 Hour ago)