Oculus Go is a standalone VR headset made to fit you. It’s designed with breathable fabrics, adjustable straps and the best lenses yet, and your boy here was able to get his hands on one so I’ll be sharing my thoughts and opinion on them.
Before I go on, I’ll just like to point out that besides the Oculus Go, the only other VR headset I have ever used is the Oculus Rift, so you’ll be see me making a lot of comparison between the two VR headset. Also, this will likely be a short impression, as I’ll just be sharing information that I feel is necessary enough to get you to investigate further to see if the headset is right for you or not.
Honestly I’,m quite impressed with the Oculus Go. Despite it’s price range, it does not feel like a cheaper version of the Oculus Rift. It’s the easiest VR headset to set up and use and it offers a lot of features and games to keep anyone entertained for hours on end.
It’s great as an entry device to the realms of VR, as the graphics are just enough to enjoy all that VR has to offer. However, it’s know where near the substitute to the Ocuus Rift.
The Oculus app store has a lot of titles, and a fair amount of quality in them but there is not one app/ game I would honestly say is a must have to be honest. When you open up the store, the only recognizable app you’ll be greeted with is Netflix. Everything else is pretty OK!
You won’t find the same level of quality app and games like the Oculus Rift, but it will do for now if you just want to experience what the hype is all about. Also with the Oculus Go been portable and not dependent on a PC or mobile, it’s honestly the greatest benefits it has in its arsenal.
Is it worth the buck? Well, yeah! If you’re into experiencing your content in ways that you’ve never experienced before, with the portability it offers, great quality and the easy set up process then, I would recommend it for the price range it’s at.