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Oculus Marvel Powers United VR Special Edition Rift + Touch – PC (Limited Edition) - Windows
- What's included: Oculus Rift + Touch Virtual Reality System, Marvel Powers United VR multiplayer game (valued at $39.99), plus 6 additional titles including Robo Recall, Luckyʼs Tale, Quill, Medium, Dead and Buried, and Toybox.
- Special edition Oculus Rift includes MARVEL Powers United VR, an action-packed, multiplayer game filled with hours of explosive and immersive fun across iconic Marvel locations.
- Wield the amazing powers of 18 playable characters from Thor to Captain Marvel to Black Panther and many more of your favorite Marvel Super Heroes.
- Riftʼs ultra low-latency tracking offers unparalleled immersion.
- The Oculus Touch controllers bring your hands into VR, letting you interact naturally with the virtual world.
- Compatible OS - The Rift must be connected by a cable to a PC running Microsoft Windows 10.
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Style: MARVEL Powers United VR Rift + Touch Bundle
Surround yourself with all the action with this special edition Oculus Rift VR gaming bundle, complete with the action-packed co-op game, MARVEL Powers United VR. The comfortable headset features adjustable straps and balanced weight, so you can game or watch your favorite movies for hours on end. The included touch controllers with this Oculus Rift VR gaming bundle are ergonomically designed for easy and immersive interaction. MARVEL Powers United VR game included for hours of explosive and immersive fun. Unleash the ferocity of Black Panther, smash foes as Hulk, wield Deadpool's katanas—or choose from a roster of 18 of Marvel's greatest heroes. Get ready for battle with a full-body transformation only possible in VR.
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The sensors at first, were pretty confusing on how to set them up, but after looking on youtube for sensor placements, it's pretty straight forward. I have to get 1 more sensor for the back area, because I always end up facing away from the sensors in the front.
Games, and apps that I've experienced so far, were Robo recall, Google earth VR, the labs, Onward, Killing floor incursion, and trials on tatooine. Hope to experience more great VR games/apps in the future!
As of March 8/2018, this headset is still amazing. I've picked up a few more games, and 2 more sensors for full room tracking, and it has been totally worth it. One of my sensors that came with my headset died, but oculus customer support took care of it, and replaced it with a new one.
Warning! If you wear glasses check to make sure they fit (goes for any headset really), mine don't fit so I'm going to get a cheap new pair or some lenses and 3D print a mount to hold them in my Rift. Anything less than 12mm (or there abouts, please check Oculus faqs) should fit.
Oh, fair warning, since you may be plugging and unplugging this from our GPU often get a short adapter if you haven't already gotten an extension cable (two, one HDMI, one usb 3.0). This is especially true for some Asus cards like mine. The pins on the rift's HDMI connector are pretty tight and pushed the loose pins on the gpu's port inwards to where they don't work anymore. MY card is fine except for an HDMI port. Now I have to use an adapter, and I consider it Asus' fault for making a flimsy HDMI port. But regardless, use an adapter so that will get damaged instead of your GPU.
But seriously, check if new headset from any of the manufacturer's are coming out soon. THis is still an early gen product and even if the next gen is completely the same but without the cable (as Oculus hints it will be), it'll be 100 times more worth it. The cable is tolerable but annoying and I'd pay to get rid of it. More peripheral vision would be nice too.
The first hurdle I faced was USB 3.0 motherboard bandwidth. I wanted full-room-scale VR and I wanted full sensor compatibility. For 4 sensors, I quickly learned that I couldn't simply plug direct into the motherboard's available USB 3.0 ports. These were quickly saturated and caused all kinds of problems for the Rift's tracking. ESPECIALLY when trying run off of an Asus Strix AM4 (w/ Ryzen 2600x) motherboard. AM4 was bottlenecked hard, had system instability and would not accept any PCI-e USB expansion cards I tried (tried 4 different brands, even a $150 card). The frustration was so bad that I returned the AM4 system and switched over to Intel and a more expensive motherboard. With a Starteck PCI-e USB expansion card, I could finally slot in all 4 sensors along with the Rift and experience smooth sailing!
I won't gripe about anything else system-related. I'll get to the Rift itself. I LOVE it. The screen door effect is there and I don't care. I love the fluid, realistic, lag-free head and hand tracking I'm feeling in virtual environments. A ton of software is available on the store, and while I still have crashes from time to time, it's 95% dependable overall. My favorite game is VR Boxing and I burn about 500 calories a day in a guitar-hero-style gym smashing orbs that move towards you. Finally, exercise I look forward to!
Notice in my parts list that I have extra cables so that the rift can reach the ceiling and hang from the middle of the room. I also required cables to reach the furthest sensors of the room. Thanks to youtubers I found the necessary parts to make the reach as some cables work and other don't.
Out of the box, a 2 sensor setup should be straight forward which gives this product a 5 star rating. I'll dock a star due to some of the hiccups the Rift inherently has (some choppy audio, freezing screens, several hardware errors that must be overcome from time to time). I would dock another star for the horrid 4x sensor experience, but that was my choice and by no means a requirement to use the Rift. But you've been warned if maxed-out full room Rift is what you're planning on obtaining. Not sure if I can report total cost in the review so I'll just say overall investment was NOOOOT CHEAP.
PC Case, Fractal Design Define R6
TridentZ RAM, RGB, 16GB DDR4 3200mhz
ASUS Maximus X Motherboard
Intel 8700k CPU
PCIe USB 3.0 Card, Startech
AIO cooler, NZXT Kraken X62
Corsair LL120 RGB 3x Case Fan Kit
internal USB header Hub, NZXT
EVGA 1080ti FTW3 GPU
CPU Thermal Paste, ArcticS. MX-2 4mg
500GB M.2 SSD NVMe (system drive)
500 Samsung Evo SSD (games drive)
4TB Seagate HDD (content drive)
EVGA 650w Gold PSU
HDMI Extension, Monoprice, 15m
HDMI Repeater, Coween
4x 15m USB 3.0 Extension cables (active)
2x 6Ft. USB 3.0 Extension Cables (non-active)
White PET/mesh Cable Sleeving (to blend into ceiling colour and merge extension cables)
hdmi switch (To turn Rift on/off with Button)
Ceiling Swag Hooks, White
Sensor Wall Mount Kit
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