We’ve known for quite some time that the two PlayStation VR bundles would include a demo disc full of VR titles for players to try. However, we didn’t know what games would be on the disc. That is, until now. Sony released the full list of games in the PSVR demo disc, and there are more than enough titles on it for everyone to enjoy.
Specifically, there are 18 demos to choose from on the disc. Unlike Oculus' Dreamdeck experiences or the demos in Valve's The Lab, Sony put together a list of current PSVR titles so you can get an idea of how each game utilizes VR. You can try the tank-based combat of Battlezone or the racing thrill of DriveClub VR. There are also some well-known VR titles included, such as EVE: Valkyrie and Job Simulator, both of which made waves on the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, respectively. If you want a scare, you can try Until Dawn: Rush of Blood or the “Kitchen Teaser” demo for Resident Evil VII.
PlayStation VR Demo Disc Titles (Names in parentheses are the development studios)Allumette (Penrose)Battlezone (Rebellion)DriveClub VR (Sony Interactive Entertainment World Wide Studios)Eve: Valkyrie (CCP Games)Gnog (KO_OP)Harmonix Music VR (Harmonix Music Systems)Headmaster (Frame Interactive)Here They Lie (Sony Interactive Entertainment World Wide Studios)Job Simulator (Owlchemy Labs)PlayStation VR Worlds (Sony Interactive Entertainment World Wide Studios)Resident Evil VII biohazard — Kitchen Teaser (Capcom CO., LTD.)Rez Infinite (Enhance Games)Rigs Mechanized Combat League (Sony Interactive Entertainment World Wide Studios)Thumper (Drool)Tumble VR (Sony Interactive Entertainment World Wide Studios)Until Dawn: Rush of Blood (Sony Interactive Entertainment World Wide Studios)Wayward Sky (Uber Entertainment)Within (Within)
In addition to the disc included in the bundles, you can also download it on the PlayStation Store for free after the PSVR launch.
Almost nothing is directly behind you in Job Simulator but even so it is best as a standing experience which should be just as easy to do as with the Vive. For something like Job Simulator with simple graphics and the fact that Sony will have a somewhat workable VR controllers via the Move controllers there is no reason to change much of anything in this title to work with the PSVR that I can see.
The reverse might be necessary, too. Sometimes adults seem to forget they were once kids, also. Like the guy who yelled at me because my little cute 20lb dog was 3 feet onto his property. He must have seriously forgotten when he was a kid, because when he was a kid he was probably thinking, "What's wrong with all these old guys telling me to get off their lawn?"
Or the same hypocrisy can be found at times when adults criticize the youth of today, but if you flashback to when they were kids they were doing bad crap also. They just seem to have forgotten it I suppose, or trained their minds to think they were born adults and never were vile young people.
Even I myself am guilty of this. I'll be honest that I have had a thing against middle schoolers - dirty mouthed, think they know everything. But I look back onto when I went to middle school, and 6th grade I had such a dirty mouth and was a pretty large troublemaker. So sometimes I need to pinch myself to remember I was that way, too.
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