by Danny Gallagher | SEPTEMBER 26, 2018
Virtual reality technology may be the most immersive form of digital entertainment in the history of gaming, but it still has its limitations.
The most noticeable one is stagnation. VR headsets like the HTC Vive, the Oculus Rift and Sony’s PlayStation VR offer fluid reactions to a player’s movements, but those movements are mostly limited to the player’s head, neck and arms. Some games allow you to move your virtual self with the controls, and most just let you warp from space to space across levels, like Nightcrawler from X-Men, if you decide to give up on walking entirely.