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  • BarbieBobomb
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    Originally posted by Incriminified View Post
    Just got 10 minutes to try a couple of tables with the vive, and I could not be happier. I love how the physics and play are really helped by the 90hz. Seeing everything as an actual 3D object really lends itself to what real pinball is like playing. Changing view by moving around is so much better then cycling through views in 2d. I feel a lot more connected to the table, and can tell I'm already playing better than compared to the 2d version of tables I tried.
    This makes me so happy! Glad to hear you are enjoying it so much after just 10 mins

    Go forth and own those leaderboards!!

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  • Incriminified
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    Just got 10 minutes to try a couple of tables with the vive, and I could not be happier. I love how the physics and play are really helped by the 90hz. Seeing everything as an actual 3D object really lends itself to what real pinball is like playing. Changing view by moving around is so much better then cycling through views in 2d. I feel a lot more connected to the table, and can tell I'm already playing better than compared to the 2d version of tables I tried.

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  • BarbieBobomb
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    Originally posted by 2hlc View Post
    Just wondering if the PSVR version is optimised for the PS4 Pro?
    Let me check! Will let you know as soon as I hear back.

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  • 2hlc
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    Just wondering if the PSVR version is optimised for the PS4 Pro?

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  • BarbieBobomb
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    Release day!!

    Pinball FX2 VR is now live for HTC Vive and PSVR!

    Also, The Walking Dead is available on Rift, HTC Vive and PSVR in North America, and will come to PSVR in Europe tomorrow!
    Last edited by BarbieBobomb; 11-29-2016, 05:33 PM.

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  • BarbieBobomb
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    Originally posted by wims View Post
    Hi,

    I can answer you : HTC Vive is a VR helmet for Steam support, and Oculus Rift is another one with his own store. They aren't compatible.

    I have some questions about the HTC Vive and the Oculus versions, if BB or any gamer can help me before deciding.

    I understood that the main interest of HTC Vive compared to Oculus Rift (not Touch) is there are 2 controllers (as on Wii), which one we can move in space. But can we still play Pinball FX VR with a XBox controller on the HTC Vive version ? And what's the interest of the HTC Vive version compared to Oculus Rift (if it exists), since there's no possibility to move in space on Pinball FX2 VR ? Are the graphics thinner on a version ?

    Thanks a lot for your answers.
    Yes, you can use an Xbox controller.

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  • wims
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    Originally posted by wims View Post
    I can answer you : HTC Vive is a VR helmet for Steam support, and Oculus Rift is another one with his own store. They aren't compatible.
    Erratum : since march 2016, we can play on Steam with an Oculus Rift or a DK2. You just have to install SteamVR.

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  • Incriminified
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    Originally posted by bloodydrake View Post
    welp if thats true while your waiting for the 29th...go buy zacarria gold..its awesome too
    Cool, I'll have to check it out

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  • bloodydrake
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    Originally posted by Incriminified View Post
    I literally went and bought a Vive today, just for this. I had the oculus DK1 just to get a taste of VR, but have been holding off ever since. This is the killer app for me. Oh man
    welp if thats true while your waiting for the 29th...go buy zacarria gold..its awesome too

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  • Incriminified
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    I literally went and bought a Vive today, just for this. I had the oculus DK1 just to get a taste of VR, but have been holding off ever since. This is the killer app for me. Oh man
    Last edited by Incriminified; 11-26-2016, 06:41 PM.

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  • wims
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    Originally posted by James1 View Post
    I don't think the announcement says 'Steam' anywhere but I assume this will be a Steam release?

    If so, any idea if the Steam release will work on an Oculus Rift?
    Hi,

    I can answer you : HTC Vive is a VR helmet for Steam support, and Oculus Rift is another one with his own store. They aren't compatible.

    I have some questions about the HTC Vive and the Oculus versions, if BB or any gamer can help me before deciding.

    I understood that the main interest of HTC Vive compared to Oculus Rift (not Touch) is there are 2 controllers (as on Wii), which one we can move in space. But can we still play Pinball FX VR with a XBox controller on the HTC Vive version ? And what's the interest of the HTC Vive version compared to Oculus Rift (if it exists), since there's no possibility to move in space on Pinball FX2 VR ? Are the graphics thinner on a version ?

    Thanks a lot for your answers.
    Last edited by wims; 11-25-2016, 10:07 AM.

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  • James1
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    Steam version for Oculus Rift?

    I don't think the announcement says 'Steam' anywhere but I assume this will be a Steam release?

    If so, any idea if the Steam release will work on an Oculus Rift?

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  • bloodydrake
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    Originally posted by BarbieBobomb View Post
    If you bought the Oculus version to use with Vive (and you can't purchase DLC) email me your receipt and I will see what I can do to get you on the actual Vive version of the game once it's out - support @zenstudios.com
    this is a very generous offer and I appreciate it emailing now

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  • ShoryukenToTheChin
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    Originally posted by wims View Post
    For me it's the perfect opportunity to take the step of the VR. I know what to order from Santa Klaus
    Order me one pretty please

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  • ShoryukenToTheChin
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    Originally posted by BarbieBobomb View Post
    They are pretty much identical regardless of VR platform, so we kept the name the same to simplify.
    Makes sense. It would be great if the table platforms all shared one unique name. Zen Pinball is still the best name IMO.

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