DarkMere wrote:tinnitus wrote:DarkMere wrote:I know its not everyone's cup of tea as its not very interactive, and I have sang its praises a few times on this forum. But if you can try Apollo 11 VR. Its not very expensive and for that sense of 'being there' in another place in history, its second to none. Its something you will use only a few times but still, well worth it.
I've been looking around for VR stuff, like Planet Earth, Oceans, etc. I'm going to take your advice and thanks for the tip.
Hope you enjoy it! I did laugh, I read one comment from some guy who had given it 1 out of 5 stars, that he thought it was boring as there was nothing to shoot at! Wrong game he should have bought Elite
I really enjoy the Apollo 11 VR trip to our moon experience and was one of the half billion plus people that view the landing, albeit younger. During the last couple "VR" days I've been using the words, Wow, amazing and awesome so I may as well as add bodacious. It was a captivating experience for me and I really enjoy the ride. I for one am pleased that we do not require as many buttons, toggles, switches, gauges and monitors in Elite Ships like those on the Apollo 11 but there is a familiar compass bubble. Great experience thanks.