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This entry was posted on March 22, 2017 by Rachel.
For the past 12 months, the number of Gear VR applications, games and experiences have been steadily increasing. The samsung Gear VR has changed the game and immerses us into a new virtual reality. But now that it's on my head, what's going on? Here are the best apps, games and experiences ...
The HTC Vive and Oculus Rift provide superior quality but the Samsung Gear VR has the advantage of being more accessible. Especially if you have one of the brand new smartphones. Here are our favorite experiences with the VR ...
Minecraft in VR? The Gear VR edition is actually the same as the mobile edition, offering survival modes and creating the basic computer experience. Only now you are truly immersed in the worlds. Playing in the first person is a real journey, but it can also be overwhelming. This is why you can switch to a window view, where the game is played on a television inside a pixelated pavilion. In both cases, if you like Minecraft, you will definitely want to have experience in RV. And if you do not know Minecraft, it's time to try it ....
Smash Hit VR is adapted from mobile gaming, but it's even better when you are immersed in this wonderfully destructive experience. As you are automatically pushed by parts filled with minimal geometry, you must throw balls to break the windows and sculptures along the way. It's an arcade experience. The game is continuous and requires a careful goal in order to break each piece of glass, which gives you extra balls with each throw. In RV, it is a dazzling experience, full of thrills and beautiful shots.
Netflix in VR? Yep, the Gear VR does not just provide a game experience. You can also enjoy a cinema experience from your sofa! Unfortunately, not all movies and series of service are magically transformed into ultra-immersive wonders at 360 degrees. So, what is the purpose? Have big screen cinema quality, without moving from home. Just put on your helmet and let you immerse. Sometimes, some content really benefits from the "in-your-face" approach, as if you were there!
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