Thursday, 21 November 2019

Half-Life: Alyx Announcement Trailer

quote [ Return to Half-Life in VR, March 2020. ]

Looking forward to buying this just to see how Valve does a VR game.

[SFW] [Virtual & Augmented Reality] [+2]
[by steele@9:42pmGMT]

Comments

Dienes said @ 2:15pm GMT on 22nd Nov [Score:1 Underrated]
Seriously, though, this looks awesome and I can't wait to play it.
steele said @ 6:09pm GMT on 22nd Nov
The guy from Voltron has never steered me wrong.
mechanical contrivance said @ 6:33pm GMT on 22nd Nov [Score:1 Good]
AND I'LL FORM THE HEAD
Headlessfriar said @ 11:28pm GMT on 22nd Nov
ethanos said @ 7:01pm GMT on 22nd Nov [Score:1 Funsightful]
Is there a version of this comment thread in English?
cb361 said @ 7:05pm GMT on 22nd Nov
N0oB!
steele said @ 12:29am GMT on 22nd Nov
Half-Life: Alyx

A set of Source 2 tools for building new levels will be available for the game, enabling any player to build and contribute new environments for the community to enjoy. Hammer, Valve’s level authoring tool, has been updated with all of the game's virtual reality gameplay tools and components.

Nice.
SnappyNipples said @ 7:44am GMT on 22nd Nov
I own a Vive...I can imagine Steam will be on fire by those who don't own a VR kit. To tell you the truth, VR isn't as graphically nice as those demo videos. Resolution is not there yet even with the newer Vives.
steele said @ 1:30pm GMT on 22nd Nov
We can't all afford a Varjo, but I've been pretty happy with my HP WMR v1, resolution wise. The update a few months ago for The Lab is freaking pristine at times. Sadly my little 1050ti doesn't hit the minimum specs of a 1060 for this.
SnappyNipples said @ 2:14pm GMT on 22nd Nov
Holy carp, that Varjo is steep, I got my Vive new when it did its last price drop before it was discontinued last year for 350 bucks. Now you can only find used ones fore sale.
steele said @ 6:08pm GMT on 22nd Nov
Yeah, enterprise hardware, there's a couple like that out there. But the reviews I've heard are pretty impressive. I'm curious how much of a difference there would be in feel between the VarjoVR2 and a Valve Index running 144Hz. If you know what I mean. I can feel a definite mental "pull" when I switch between different spec headsets as my brain fights over whether or not what it's experiencing is real or not. The jump from Vive to HP was the biggest so far.

Apparently HTC just started doing "Certified pre-owned" on the main htc vive site; Refurbished or whatever for $400 which isn't necessarily bad, unless you take into account the nightmares I've heard regarding HTC's customer service. I've been keeping an eye on craigslist and occasionally I'll see a used one for under 400 with a bunch of the body trackers. Those are pretty tempting.
Dienes said @ 2:14pm GMT on 22nd Nov
"We want Half Life 3!"
"Your years of demands have been heard and we've spent years hard at work. Here you go, Half Life 1 1⁄2!"
steele said @ 6:16pm GMT on 22nd Nov [Score:1 Funny]
cb361 said @ 7:09pm GMT on 22nd Nov [Score:1 Funny]
Half Life 3 was pretty good, but didn't live up to the expectation. I'm glad I waited until the Steam Sale.
cb361 said @ 7:49pm GMT on 22nd Nov
Oh. It's a Perky Assistant.

-- My Mum
steele said @ 11:50pm GMT on 26th Nov
steele said @ 11:52pm GMT on 26th Nov

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