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PlayStation VR Mega Pack Bundle 2 $299 + Delivery @ Big W

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Live the game. Immerse yourself in extraordinary new worlds, put yourself at the centre of an incredible gaming universe and experience a new way to play with the PlayStation VR Mega Pack Bundle.

Powered by PS4

PlayStation VR is the latest member of the PS4 family – so whichever PS4 console you own, you’re PS VR ready; connect the headset to your PS4, add a PlayStation Camera and leave reality behind.

See the future

5.7” OLED screen - See hyper-real 3D environments come to life with a custom OLED screen.

360 degree vision - Whichever way you turn the 360 degree immersion of PS VR makes you part of a living, breathing world with a seamless field of view.

120 frames per second - Smooth visuals and super low latency combine to create an incredibly immersive gaming world.

Audio immersion

3D audio - Discover a new dimension in sound with cutting-edge 3D audio that lets you accurately perceive the direction and distance of sounds that are coming from above, below and all around you.

Built in mic - Chat to your online friends, discuss in-game tactics and strengthen your immersion in the virtual world with the headset’s integrated microphone.

Play in new worlds

From high-octane future sports of RIGS: Mechanized Combat League to diving in shark-infested seas with PlayStation VR Worlds, driving incredible supercars in Driveclub VR or the white-knuckle terror of Until Dawn: Rush of Blood and many more, new realities are waiting for everyone.

Get inside the game

PlayStation Camera - With dual lenses and 3D depth sensors, the PlayStation Camera tracks the position of the headset, PlayStation Move controller and DUALSHOCK 4 light bar wherever you are, ensuring you’re always at the centre of your VR gaming universe.

Precision tracking - Nine LEDs positioned on the front, back and sides of the PS VR headset are tracked by the PlayStation Camera – ensuring pinpoint accuracy within the game world, wherever you are in the room.

Complete control

DUALSHOCK 4 - The PS4 precision control you love takes on a new dimension with PS VR; every game is compatible with the DUALSHOCK 4 wireless controller, while the light bar is constantly tracked to further enhance in-game movement.

PlayStation Move motion controller - Bring your hands into the game world and take full control of your VR experiences, giving an even deeper sense of presence and further enhancing your immersion.

Play together

Project your PS VR experiences directly to your TV screen with Mirror mode, letting friends and family see what you’re seeing and giving them a window into your virtual world.

Let your friends join your games with Separate mode and display a different view of the action on a TV screen as a second player experience.

360-degree media player

View your 360-degree videos and photos via the PS4 media player; insert a USB stick to your PS4 loaded with your chosen 360-degree media, captured from an equirectangular camera. Select ‘VR mode’ from the Media Player options and put yourself in the centre of your own images and movies.

What you’ll find in the box

PlayStation VR headset
Processor unit
Stereo earbuds
HDMI cable
USB cable
AC adaptor and power cord
PS VR headset connection adaptor
Includes PSVR Headset, Camera, VR Worlds, Skyrim VR, Astra Bot, Resident Evil 7 and Everybody's Golf VR

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  • +9 votes

    It's been $299 for mega pack bundle 2 since December 16 on Amazon with free shipping, plus cashback will bring it down further to $289.50 approx

    https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B07XLL6S5D/ref=cm_sw_r_other_ap...

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    I paid $260 at jb

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    Good price.

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    Great deal. To get the most of the PSVR requires a set of move controllers so factor in another $120 unless you can find a cheap set at cash converters

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      Is 119

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      Yeah I didn't have the move controllers for a while, it limited so many great games. They are worth it.

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        i wish they made a separate move controller for the left hand that has a dpad and analog stick.

        They had one for PS3, but there's no ping pong ball on it, so it can't be used for VR.

        Trying to play Moss with Dual shock 4 is very frustrating due to it only tracking the controller when the light bar is in view of the camera.

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          With moss I found it much better with the camera set up at the front of my TV, where the base is (mine is on a table, not wall mounted). If your TV is wall mounted won't work unless you have some sort of cupboard/tv unit to set it on.

          100% agree about the move controllers. Wish they had analogue sticks. Next gen vr will almost definitely have something like that I believe.

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    Needa find a deal on move controllers now

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    Please help a gaming novice out. Trying to buy for my 6yo. Which has the best & cheapest games for the kiddos please? Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo? And which model? Thank you for your help.

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      Make a forum post

      But at that age just buy a Wii (released 2006) they go for like $20 and easy to find games

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      I would be cautious about using VR with a 6 year old. The evidence is still out about the long term impact of prolonged VR use in children.

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      I've been loving Minecraft on PlayStation

    • +3 votes

      Xbox then gamepass is $1 for your first month and then $10 or something after that. It has plenty of kids games and saves you a bunch of $$$$. It always has the latest "fad" games they talk about at school.

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      At 6, switch and wii u games will be great.
      Lots of games.

      Switch/ WiiU are often designed to share the games with siblings.

      If they have to fit in at school, the regular switch with Pokemon, Mario kart, SSB and luigi's mansion is enough for a few months. Maybe Zelda if they have the temperament to explore.

      once they find a friends group that plays the same games, expect things to get expensive or slow down.
      ask the other parents.

      The switch lite is compact, but it's better as a second switch, because you cut about 1/4 of the games that need the removable controllers, ie playing Mario kart with 4 kids Via the TV needs/wants the regular switch. Great for travel, but not for sharing, unless there's 2 switch lite to sync together, which it does well via wifi and Bluetooth.

      I think you can also Still exchange and play online with Nintendo friends, and send pokemon and amiibo collectibles ( or get 100-300 NFC stickers for $15 and download the amiibo codes… then print a few A4 sheets and code/write to each NFC tag, one at a time with an android phone… If you feel like it)

      Amiibo was / is more of a Wii/U thing, and while Switch games are the more expensive of the 3 consoles, they are designed to be replayable and kid friendly, and buyable from the NS store with occasional 10-40% discounts.

      Slightly older age, 10 to 13, it will be a myriad of phone, tablet, console and PC.
      Whatever the peer group is using.

      get the xbox one and game pass, you can roll through hundreds of games from last year. The telstra lease deal works because you can keep it for the 1-2 years until the next xbox comes along, and tear through the old catalogue for free. the pricing works out for the S, not the X model for a year, Gold covers online multiplayer and 2 free games a month, Game Pass is a rental/lease for games.

      For PC, Game Pass ultimate works well for PC/Xbox One.

      EA Access premium covers the price of 2 good EA games a year… Which is all they make. You can also access their old catalogue.
      Ubisoft is similar, but with average to mediocre games, YMMV on ubisoft being worth the money.

      With the ps4 Vs xbox one, you just have to spend more for the better games on PS4. it is better, but you have to soak/absorb the Sony Tax on everything. The xbox one experience is better, marginally when it comes to technology, performance and price, but there's just more games, at a higher price on PS4. and while the xbox is a small fraction better, it lost this current generation because of the games, which are more often exclusive, original and better for PS4.

      If it's just games, the PS4 wins.
      for older teens, PS4 or PC's.

      PC is far more practical for school, but you have to mix school and play, which for a teenager/adult is asking for a lot.

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    I really want one but a quick search tells me that closer to $262 would be the actual bargain.
    I get this is below retail, thanks for taking the time to post but the OzBargain-er in me is taking a pass for now

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      Price won't drop to that level during school holidays
      EB Games has put price back up as a lot of gamers play games during this week.

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    Think I paid about 260 a couple years back for VR, camera, and Skyrim and VR Worlds. Traded those two games in for about 50 odd as well.

    Am yet to see a deal better. That makes me happy. Thanks again, OzB.

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    Its funny how all our lives we have been told to sit far away from tv screens, and now VR literally has us point blank staring at an lcd screen.

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      You’re watching that VR LCD through lenses. It’s not the same as sitting half a metre from your tv.

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      and that was back when TVs were tiny compared to now, so the view of the screen would have been really small. I already think my 75" looks small from 6m away.

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    $469 now

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