[Virtual Reality] 2: Electric Butterloo

KarozKaroz Registered User regular
edited March 8 in Games and Technology
Thanks to Mr. Grinch's/Darmak for the original OP, I'm gonna try to improve it for this thread. Bigger, faster, less explodey. @ me for any changes or additions

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The Heady Dawn of the VR Era
It's a well established thing now. The era of home VR is upon us. Starting off with a plucky Luckey's kickstarter back in 2012, Virtual Reality has slowly made its way in to the main stream. Following a series of development kits, each increasing in quality and features, the Oculus Rift eventually launched in 2016, followed swiftly by the Vive. Lots of people argued; some citing the Vive's motion controllers and lighthouse solution to tracking as superior, others preferred the screen of the Rift and the initial focus on seated gaming, no pack in motion controllers and some exclusive content.

They're both awesome though and Oculus soon released their own expensive motion controllers which may or may not be better than the Vive's. It's sort of like discussing that this awesome chocolate cake is better than that awesome chocolate cake because it has different sprinkles though. So none of that "console war" style nonsense here please, we ain't playing favourites.

Then late 2016 Sony released the best headset, with the coolest blue glowing lights:
The VR Ecosystems Writeups
-video found by @azith28

Windows Mixed Reality (WMR): -courtesy of @Apogee
WMR headsets come in several flavours, but all use the same inside-out tracking via cameras on the front of the headsets. This means they're really easy to set up (and portable, no cameras or lighthouses required) but they suffer in the tracking department. Headset tracking is great, and hand tracking is 99% so long as your controllers are visible the to the headset cameras (thankfully, the vast majority of the time). If your hands go out of view, they revert to inertial tracking only and will pretty quickly (read: 5-10 seconds later) go crazy.

Bremen synopsis:
Price: Varies
Resolution: Varies
Really a line of headsets by various manufacturers using a common standard, WMR headsets are a diverse group with varying prices, resolutions, and comfort levels. Though they're generally viewed as not quite at the level of Oculus, Vive, or Index headsets, they are reasonable alternatives and often very affordably priced, especially during sales. Features they all have in common is inside out tracking, requiring little setup (though some users report tracking issues with the controllers), and motion controllers that are generally seen as sub-par. Some headsets also feature surprisingly high resolution, which may make them stand outs for Driving/cockpit simulation games where tracking and motion controllers are less important.

Options:

Samsung Odyssey+:
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A generation '1.5' headset, this is the standard MWR headset available to buy. It's an OLED display with a screen-door filter, so it looks great and has a resolution on-par or better than the Oculus S and Valve Index. It regularly goes on sale for $299 USD or less, so it's also very affordable.

HP Reverb:
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A generation 2 headset in the display department, but suffers in all other aspects. Amazing 2160 x 2160 pixels per eye means you can read text in VR like it was on a 1080p monitor a foot from your face. You can pick out planes in the sky and see distant stars. However, it has the same two-camera MWR tracking and a history of technical faults, and it's also $649 USD, so maybe wait a few months?

The Rest:
The first gen MWR headsets are all still viable options and dirt cheap, easily available for under $200 (often used for ~$100). There's HP, Dell, Acer... they're all basically the same, except for form-factor design decisions like flip-up displays or built-on headphones. The resolutions on all of them is still an impressive 1440x1440 per eye, which is better than the original Vive and Oculus headsets, but the MWR headsets use early-gen LCDs that suffer in colour quality. Still perfectly usable for almost any game, though.

System Requirements:
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Standalone VR
Oculus Quest (PC streaming capable)
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Bremen Synposis:
Price: $399 - 64 GB, $499 - 128 GB
Resolution: 1440x1600 per eye
An alternative to the Rift S, the Quest is functional both as a stand-alone system (not hooked up to a PC in any way) or connected to a PC to play PCVR games. It uses the same tracking method as the Rift S, and the two are largely comparable - though the refresh rate for the Quest is on the low side for major VR headsets. The general consensus is to get the Rift S if you'll only use PCVR, but if you have any interest in stand alone VR you're not losing much by going with the Quest.

Playstation 4 (PS4) VR:
PSVR (PS4)
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(This is me, getting ready to punch anyone who starts console war nonsense, or doesn't agree the PSVR is the best)

So this is the PSVR, it's got an awesome head band that's really easy to slip on and off, which is fantastic for when you're scared shitless in Resident Evil VII. It also works with the Playstation Move controllers, which instantly makes it better than all the other VR motion controllers because everyone of course has these to hand and there's no chance there'd be a shortage allowing for people to sell them ridiculously overpriced on Ebay. Oh and you need the Playstation Camera too. And a PS4. Actually, best make that a PS4 Pro. And a house to put it all in.

There were some doubts about the PS4 being able to pump out decent VR visuals given the relatively high spec required for PC VR games. I jest above about the need for a PS4 Pro but honestly, my base PS4 worked great and it's definitely a good experience. Sony have done a good job.

The screen is made of magic pixie dust so it means you don't see the "screen door effect" like you do on the Vive and Rift (visible space between pixels). Ok, instead you get a moire effect on dark backgrounds, but that's just a bit like film grain, which everyone likes, right?

The library of games is pretty impressive for what's almost a new platform launch. There's enough there to keep most people interested, though as with a lot of VR games they tend to be more tech demos and experiences. That said, as a huge light gun fan, Until Dawn: Rush of Blood is my game of the year.

Personal Computer (PC) VR: -with descriptions provided courtesy of @Bremen
Rift
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So this is the headset that started it all, if you forget about all previous VR en-devours. Initially it required a pretty beefy machine to hit the minimum spec, but thanks to fancy technology involving time warps and flux capacitors that minimum spec has been lowered and more people can get involved.

Undoubtedly a high quality headset, with built in headphones. It uses cameras to track what you do, when you eat and what colour your eyes are. And the headset/controllers. You can buy more cameras to help cover more of your room. Initially packed in with an Xbox One controller it also now supports additional motion controllers, which don't look awesome and which I'm not totally, 100% jealous of.

Bremen update:
Price: Discontinued (Ebay $200-300)
Resolution: 1080x1200 per eye
The first of the modern VR headsets, the Oculus Rift is a bit dated but still quite functional. It uses external cameras for tracking, which requires a bit of setup and a number of free USB ports, and the headset is small enough that some users have reported trouble wearing it with glasses. However, most people find it more comfortable than its main competitor the HTC Vive, and its Touch controllers are well regarded.

System requirements
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Rift S
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Bremen synopsis:
Price: $399
Resolution: 1280x1440 per eye
A newer VR Headset by Oculus, the Rift S ditches the external tracking of the Rift for internal tracking. This makes setup easier, and by all reports Oculus' internal tracking (after a post release patch) is far more accurate than competitors, resulting in an almost problem-free experience similar to external tracking headsets.

System requirements
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HTC Vive
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(Green screen sold separately)

Just as everyone was getting super excited for the Rift, Valve piped up saying they were partnering up with HTC and releasing a headset themselves. It's designed more around the concept of 'room scale' and by all accounts you need a spare wing of your mansion to use it. Or a small square in your living room, depends who you listen to. Anyway, it came with some cool motion controllers. It tracks using lighthouses, which means people can't see you in your pants, but conversely if you don't live near the sea you probably don't have one close by, so you're out of luck.

Bremen update:
Price: Discontinued (Official Refurbished $400, Ebay $250-400)
Resolution: 1080x1200 per eye
Contemporary competitor of the Oculus Rift, the Vive is similarly dated. It also uses external tracking, but the base stations do not require a USB hookup (they do require power). Compared to the Rift, it offers more space for glasses and a larger tracking area (only important in very large rooms), but is generally regarded as less comfortable to use and with inferior controllers; Vive vs Rift arguments once raged all across the internet with no clear winner. A wireless upgrade kit is also available ($300), making the Vive line the only completely wireless PCVR options on the market. The Vive line is also parts-compatible with the Valve Index, meaning if you own a Vive you can upgrade piecemeal to an Index as desired or if individual parts fail.

System requirements
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HTC Vive Pro
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Bremen synopsis:
Price: $1098
Resolution: 1440x1600 per eye
An enhanced version of the Vive, it has now been almost completely obsoleted by the Valve Index. The only situation where you should consider a Vive Pro is if you really, really want a wireless option and cost is no object.

System requirements
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HTC Vive Cosmos
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Bremen synopsis:
Price: $699
Resolution: 1440x1700 per eye
HTC's entry into the internal tracking market, the Cosmos doesn't benefit from Oculus' tracking software black magic, and is therefor a step down in quality from external tracking. It's quite a bit cheaper than a Vive Pro for a similar system, though, and thus might be an option for those seeking a wireless headset (note that the short range of the Vive Wireless kit means you still have to remain close to a PC).

System Requirements:
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Index
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Bremen Synopsis:
Price: $999
Resolution: 1440x1600 per eye
Valve's entry in the VR market, the Index is a similar system to the Vive Line, which Valve cooperated with HTC on. It uses external tracking stations that requires power but not USB hookups, which results in somewhat intensive setup. In return for the high price and setup, you get what is almost universally viewed as the best VR experience currently available. If you're getting into VR for Half Life: Alyx, it's also almost certainly the system the game was developed and most extensively tested on, though Valve reports Alyx will be playable on all major PCVR headsets.

Half Life 3?

System requirements
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Pimax
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templewulf synopsis: Big Resolution, Many Pixels

System Requirements
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Looking for VR Games Suggestions? Check out this Google Spreadsheet (note, this is a non-editable link)
@Karoz to add more or for an edit link to do it yourself.
Looking to do some coop? Tentatively coop on Saturdays at 11 pm UTC (3pm /4pm in Summer US Pacific, 6 pm/7pm in Summer US Eastern).
Meet up in the PAVR discord (in spoiler below)

Anyway, discuss VR here. But let's not argue about which headset is best, because we all know it's the PSVR. Ok

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  • KarozKaroz Registered User regular
    edited January 5
    Reposting, sorry for the repeated @ s
    Karoz wrote: »
    Did some Star Trek Bridge crew with our faithful captain @Blackhawk1313 , trusty 2D engineer @cooljammer00 (you can play the VR with non-VR folks fine though there was some Uplay wonkiness) and I, gun-dude Karoz.

    It was damn good.

    I don't have the best nostalgia for Star Trek but its execution is just perfect.

    Edit: Realized we need to add Index to the OP now or at least a segment.

    Being post 24 hour stream sleep deprived I am going to not try to do it myself.

    But man I had fun doing VR during the stream.

    Edit: fffffffff Twitch screwed me by cutting all the audio for the Star Trek Bridge part of the stream cause I had some copyright material earlier while I was waiting.

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  • Blackhawk1313Blackhawk1313 Registered User regular
    Our only solution is to boldly go again. I’ll shall captain us to victory. And run us the hell away from any borg cube whilst screaming.

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  • McFodderMcFodder 'SploringRegistered User regular
    In the mildest of takes, I'll say Beat Saber is pretty damn fun!

    Also downloaded the Blood and Truth demo and gave that a whirl, only got partway before it glitched and I couldn't keep going but played enough to be seriously thinking about picking it up while it's still on sale - will try and get through the whole demo first though.

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  • The_SpaniardThe_Spaniard Registered User regular
    We are VR, VR Troopers!

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  • ThirithThirith Registered User regular
    Is anyone here playing Stormland? If so, can you give me some tips on how best to approach stealth? While it's not that difficult to sneak up on enemy robots, I'm not sure I understand how to reliably take them down when they haven't detected me yet.

    Other than that, Stormland is great fun, especially getting around the various environments, but I realise that after the likes of Lone Echo and, more recently, Boneworks, it is irritating to have environments this lacking in interaction/reactiveness. Other than the handful of things you're supposed to interact with, the world feels frustratingly static at times.

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  • DhalphirDhalphir don't you open that trapdoor you're a fool if you dareRegistered User regular
    Honestly, they suffer pretty heavily from the early 2000s Deus Ex trope of "Hmm, I haven't seen this intruder for the last 10 seconds, so he must have left. It's so weird how he keeps arriving and leaving every thirty seconds!" syndrome where you can just sneak up on them, blast the nearest two in the head with a shotgun and then leave until they forget about you.

  • ThirithThirith Registered User regular
    edited January 6
    Aren't you also supposed to be able to tear them apart? I'm sure I've done it a couple of times, but never in a particularly controlled way.

    And I have to say that I never much minded that particular trope, because having enemies/guards that never stop being suspicious once you've been detected once rarely leads to enjoyable gameplay. It is better if it isn't done quite as mechanically, but the principle itself I'm okay with.

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  • ThirithThirith Registered User regular
    edited January 6
    On a very different note: it looks like the GTA VR mod is being rebuilt from the ground up and a new version should be coming soon. I never played the original version (which uses VorpX, if I'm not mistaken), but I'd definitely be interested in seeing how this one develops.

    Edit: Also, talking about VR mods, this does look pretty nice:

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  • Le_GoatLe_Goat Frechified Goat Person BostonRegistered User regular
    edited January 6
    RE: Pistol Whip's easy mode being too easy - If you just shoot and dodge, yeah, it's easy as hell, but that's kind of the point of easy mode (teaches you how the game works). The trick is trying to get those high scores. If you're not of the competitive type where you don't care about high scores, then Pistol Whip won't be too interesting for you. I like to see how high I can climb on the leader boards, so the replay value for me is pretty high. Plus, I dig most of a tracks quite a lot. I replay tracks that I know I can get a better score on.

    To get the 200 per target max (plus multiplier), you have to have perfect aim and shoot on the beat, all while dodging incoming fire. The shooting should flow with the beat, and simply dodging on Easy isn't too difficult. Once you get to Normal, the dodging needs to be more fluid, so you slow crouch to the left, and then slowly crouch to the right, then slowly start making you way back up towards the center, all while trying to shoot accurately and on beat. It's kind of like a big, slow circle.It gets pretty hard and your legs will be sore as hell the next morning. Otherwise, bullets are just flying everywhere and you stop focusing on the perfect shots because it's hard to keep track of where all the bullets are going to hit.

    Also, using pistol whip on enemies is a guaranteed max score for the target, plus full health and full reload. It's not usually worth the risk on the normal enemies, but on the armored ones (especially the heavies), it's totally worth it. Sure, you can fire off 4 shots on a heavy, but if you aren't accurate or on beat, you could be missing out on a shit load of points. 4 perfect hits is 800 with a multiplier of 8 is a score of 6,400 for one enemy. If you are off beat but accurate, you're losing half that score. That usually requires the slow dodge I was talking about in order to avoid the 3-6 shots a heavy will dish out at you before you are close enough to pistol whip it, but it's worth it.

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    While I agree that being insensitive is an issue, so is being oversensitive.
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  • KarozKaroz Registered User regular
    This is my last week before school starts back up so if anyone wants to Star Trek with me this is the best time to make it happen.

    I'm going to try to do some with @Blackhawk1313 today but anyone else is welcome.

  • ForarForar #432 Toronto, Ontario, CanadaRegistered User regular
    I generally dig the Pistol Whip mix, and the level visuals are all pretty solid. My favourite so far is The Grave, just for the track itself, which is conveniently on Spotify. I like the imagery of the one set in a day of the dead celebration, and there's one or two with a great pattern to where the enemies show up that I enjoy.

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  • crimsoncoyotecrimsoncoyote Registered User regular
    The new track is pretty fun. Lots of pistol whipping action

  • KarozKaroz Registered User regular
    @templewulf I put you in the OP as the person to message to get an invite to the VR discord unless you are fine with a direct link.

  • Blackhawk1313Blackhawk1313 Registered User regular
    We require additional Starfleet Officers! Come, join us! We only blow up sometimes!

  • kimekime Queen of Blades Registered User regular
    We require additional Starfleet Officers! Come, join us! We only blow up sometimes!

    In.... 4 weeks I'll be able to!

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  • jdarksunjdarksun Struggler Registered User regular
    We require additional Starfleet Officers! Come, join us! We only blow up sometimes!
    When are y'all playing?

  • Blackhawk1313Blackhawk1313 Registered User regular
    Anytime today before 7:30 CST really, tomorrow after 7 could potentially have c00ljammer join us too. What works for you?

  • JayKaosJayKaos Registered User regular
    Pistol Whip on hard gets you in situations where the only way to not get shot in some spots is to shoot the enemies exactly as they spawn, which is stressful and also real good at teaching you what the game means by shooting to the beat.

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  • crimsoncoyotecrimsoncoyote Registered User regular
    JayKaos wrote: »
    Pistol Whip on hard gets you in situations where the only way to not get shot in some spots is to shoot the enemies exactly as they spawn, which is stressful and also real good at teaching you what the game means by shooting to the beat.

    Yeah, I think enemies all spawn on the beat. I think that would be the ultimate goal: memorizing the spawns and shooting as they spawn. They already do a good job of signaling spawn locations ("I see an alcove there, there's probably something going to spawning there!"), and there seems to be a good flow you can work out. I haven't done much on hard though, so I don't know how much changes.

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  • Le_GoatLe_Goat Frechified Goat Person BostonRegistered User regular
    The new track is pretty fun. Lots of pistol whipping action
    I hurt both of my shoulders chopping away at the ice from December's storm, and they still haven't healed, so that new track is murder on my arms. But, it's a ton of fun. I do like how different it is from the previous tracks. That level of pistol whip insanity is not present in the other levels.

    Replicants is hands-down my favorite level. The track is great and the difficulty is challenging. The only level I cannot stand is Lilith. The beat doesn't seem to flow well and the way it goes from super slow to hyper (almost happy hardcore) drives me nuts.

    An added benefit of the game is that it introduced me to Black Tiger Sex Machine. While I'm not a fan of all their stuff, some of it is really sick.

    While I agree that being insensitive is an issue, so is being oversensitive.
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  • Le_GoatLe_Goat Frechified Goat Person BostonRegistered User regular
    We require additional Starfleet Officers! Come, join us! We only blow up sometimes!
    I suck, but would be up for joining. Are you folks on the Quest or Rift?

    While I agree that being insensitive is an issue, so is being oversensitive.
  • Blackhawk1313Blackhawk1313 Registered User regular
    Rift I think for both of us. Are you up for now?

  • KarozKaroz Registered User regular
    Le_Goat wrote: »
    We require additional Starfleet Officers! Come, join us! We only blow up sometimes!
    I suck, but would be up for joining. Are you folks on the Quest or Rift?

    @jdarksun and @Le_Goat

    Awesome you are both interested, hopefully we can get the ball rolling this week.

    Note that in order to play we must be Uplay friends and while I've sent an invite to all my Steam friends (I think), if we are neither (why aren't we?!) then you need to be friends on Uplay to play together at all--or at least semi-easily.

    My Uplay ID is

    Renegade_Karoz

    and like true Uplay fashion you can't link to my profile for easy invites and have to do it manually.

  • Le_GoatLe_Goat Frechified Goat Person BostonRegistered User regular
    edited January 6
    Rift I think for both of us. Are you up for now?
    I'm at work and won't be home until later tonight.
    Karoz wrote: »
    Le_Goat wrote: »
    We require additional Starfleet Officers! Come, join us! We only blow up sometimes!
    I suck, but would be up for joining. Are you folks on the Quest or Rift?

    Awesome you are both interested, hopefully we can get the ball rolling this week.

    Note that in order to play we must be Uplay friends and while I've sent an invite to all my Steam friends (I think), if we are neither (why aren't we?!) then you need to be friends on Uplay to play together at all--or at least semi-easily.
    I'll try to get that taken care of when I get home. Invite sent. my UplayID is the420goat I'm on the Quest, so I don't know if that would pose a problem.

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    While I agree that being insensitive is an issue, so is being oversensitive.
  • Blackhawk1313Blackhawk1313 Registered User regular
    Shouldn’t at all, cool played with us without any VR.

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  • Le_GoatLe_Goat Frechified Goat Person BostonRegistered User regular
    Shouldn’t at all, cool played with us without any VR.
    Schweeeeeet. While I sadly cannot play right now, were we shooting for tonight or later this week? I just want to try to plan accordingly.

    While I agree that being insensitive is an issue, so is being oversensitive.
  • hlprmnkyhlprmnky Registered User regular
    I too am interested in more Bridge Crewin' if PSVR folks are allowed to join in the reindeer games without too much overhead or pain to organize.

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  • darkmayodarkmayo Registered User regular
    Setup my Vive again after moving and I really need to get a better space for it (which means second computer) as going from roomscale to standing only is terrible.

    Karoz
  • KarozKaroz Registered User regular
    edited January 6
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    Not sure why I didn't see your invite Le_Goat but I sent you one I see you accepted.

    Seriously Uplay, you've gotten your shit mostly together, just let me directly link my profile.

    It's year of our lord 2020.
    hlprmnky wrote: »
    I too am interested in more Bridge Crewin' if PSVR folks are allowed to join in the reindeer games without too much overhead or pain to organize.

    Edit: hmm, cross-play could be...

    Nope! We can do it! Hell to the yes!

    Let's all die to Borg cubes!

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  • Le_GoatLe_Goat Frechified Goat Person BostonRegistered User regular
    Karoz wrote: »
    Let's all die to Borg cubes!
    We do not die. We assimilate. We are 7 of 9.

    While I agree that being insensitive is an issue, so is being oversensitive.
    Karoz
  • KarozKaroz Registered User regular
    edited January 6
    Le_Goat wrote: »
    Karoz wrote: »
    Let's all die to Borg cubes!
    We do not die. We assimilate. We are 7 of 9.

    Well now I need a mod/dlc of her skin or other female borg hybrids in cat suits so I can get my Dr. Girlfriend cosplay on.

    Edit: Scratch that I can do that with any female avatar. BRB changing my Avatar for next play session.

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  • ApogeeApogee Lancks In Every Game Ever Registered User regular
    Boo, we need WMR representation in the OP too! At least the Odyssey+ and Reverb...

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  • KarozKaroz Registered User regular
    edited January 6
    Apogee wrote: »
    Boo, we need WMR representation in the OP too! At least the Odyssey+ and Reverb...

    Will be happy to add if you send me the grunt work. :smile:

    Edit:

    Alas the ingame audio was not captured for some reason but here is a segment from our short encounter with a Borg cube.

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  • Le_GoatLe_Goat Frechified Goat Person BostonRegistered User regular
    Wait, there's really Borg? What what what?!?!

    While I agree that being insensitive is an issue, so is being oversensitive.
    Karoz
  • jdarksunjdarksun Struggler Registered User regular
    Le_Goat wrote: »
    Wait, there's really Borg? What what what?!?!
    They're part of the TNG DLC.

    KarozLe_Goat
  • KarozKaroz Registered User regular
    Ah, did not realize that since I've only played with the DLC installed.

  • templewulftemplewulf The Team Chump USARegistered User regular
    @Karoz I think I posted a permanent link somewhere in the last thread. Can you add this one to the OP, please? https://discord.gg/DBcjn3b

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  • DhalphirDhalphir don't you open that trapdoor you're a fool if you dareRegistered User regular
    Man, why are they being so slow on bringing the Index to other countries.

    Satsumomo
  • Undead ScottsmanUndead Scottsman Registered User regular
    What indexes?

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