Snowball Fight! – Vidjagame Apocalypse 449

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Question of the Week: What’s your price limit for console accessories? (And what’s the most expensive one you’ve bought?)


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3 thoughts on “Snowball Fight! – Vidjagame Apocalypse 449

  1. QotW: I think my price limit for accessories is $75 which I guess makes sense as that is the current price of the new console ones. I guess the most I spent on accessories is for the Joycons which I’ve had to buy multiple times due to dift.

  2. QOTW: Historically, my limit has been $140, assuming the original Rock Band bundle minus $60 for the disc counts. I’ll probably blow this out of the water when PSVR2 comes out, which I expect will be at least $300.
    Of course, both of these are surpassed by my ~$400 and growing amiibo collection, not that any of them get used as accessories with any regularity.

  3. QoTW: PC gamer flight sim enthusiast here. When I built my PC my goal was to play Microsoft Flight Simulator in VR. I purchased a VR headset,
    Honeycomb Alpha yoke, a Honeycomb Bravo Throttle Quadrant, and Thrustmaster rudder pedals. All I spent $1300 on accessories, 250 a piece for the honeycomb gear and 150 for the pedals. I use an HP Reverb G2 VR headset (yes, it’s a mouthful) which offered the highest resolution display at the time of purchase . After tax and shipping this was also $650, but has zero screendoor effect and is clear enough I can read the gauges without sticking my head out like a turtle. It was a lot of money but it is far and away the most immersive gaming/sim experience ever. The cost is justified to me because a few years ago I was taking lessons to get a private pilot license but had to stop because I became a dad and had to change directions financially. Flight Sim in VR is the next best thing.

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