Surgeon Simulator: Experience Reality brings the ER to VR
Surgeon Simulator: Experience Reality is a fun game in which you can perform gruesome surgeries and polish your surgical skills with no risk of malpractice. Surgeon Simulator VR is compatible with both the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift VR headsets.
Surgeon Simulator: Experience Reality packs the original surgeries of the series as well as exclusive new VR features. You’re going to perform a difficult brain surgery in the dark while holding a camera in your hand just to admire your surgical efforts.
Surgeon Simulator: Experience Reality bugs
Surgeon Simulator: Experience Reality has received mixed reviews on Steam, mainly due to grip mechanics issues. Many gamers are complaining that the controls are janky and not intuitive at all. Moreover, quite a significant number of gamers are also affected by FPS rate frops.
It’s WAY too easy for your virtual hands to get stuck because the game thinks you’re trying to clip through something. The collision is really, really stingy and it makes the whole experience feel very clunky.
I also don’t like the grip mechanics here. […] The trigger should be used to grip with the thumb+index finger and the thumb pad should be used to close the rest of the hand. Having to hold the grip buttons to keep your hands closed is tiring and annoying.
I’m also having some pretty weird performance issues. My framerate keeps dropping even though my computer is MORE than capable of running much more visually impressive games in VR than this (I have a GTX 1070).
If you’re curious about playing Surgeon Simulator: Experience Reality, you can grab it for $19.99 from Steam.
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