While video game developers were quick to point out that studies conducted in the wake of controversy over the first wave of 3D first-person shooters found they caused no long term behavioral changes, we have not heard of a similar study having been conducted on VR shooting games. We are all interested in virtual reality because it's a lot more visceral and feels a lot more real than playing on a flat screen, so it may be a tad hasty to simply dismiss those concerns out of hand even if we disagree with the politicians making that claim.
Who you gonna play Swap capturing #Pokemon for #Ghost hunting in exciting #Upcoming #GhostbustersWorld #GhostbusterAR haunting #AR #Game #experience by @googlevr #MadeWithUnity #ARCore pic.twitter.com/8GfirTrVDS— ĤEADGΞΛΓ (@headgearIO) February 28, 2018
Yes, significantly better. BTW, did someone from support get in touch with you about the video regression? There is a task open.— John Carmack (@ID_AA_Carmack) February 23, 2018