Which RPG or TTRPG would you want to see as a VR game?
Ok so if I had the money to drop on a really cool VR headset, I would say top 3 games I would want to play something like Final Fantasy. BUT if it were the kind of VR where you had a running platform, and fancy full body sensors.... then my answer would be the Prince of Persia games (ps2). I don't try to tease myself with knowledge of how immersive the gaming experience can be, because it probably it'd cost too much and ignorance is bliss lol. But if I could experience combat and parkour in a crazy VR game, that would be epic lol.
At the very least, I would get one hell of a work out.
@Ezra It's not a traditional rpg at all, but Yume Nikki would be amazing as a high graphically redesigned VR game. LSD: Dream Emulator and 7th Saga would be bad ass too.
Heck let's shoehorn Earthbound in there. I'd love to take a street tour of Onett and Threed, as well as some of the scenic later areas.
any CRPG that could switch between first person VR roleplay and top down combat would be stellar. if i have to name a title, Baldur's gate 3 could be a lot of fun with a party of friends.
Seconding Yume Nikki, that would be really cool in VR. Another not-RPG that would be fun in VR - Cooking Mama.
A very foolish part of me screams SILENT HILL in response to this question but, as I mentioned in another thread, I actually do have a VR peripheral and I have played Resident Evil 6 on it and umm it was way 2 scary 4 me soooo...I’m just gonna go with Final Fantasy XIV.
@SwampCreature Silent Hill would be amazing in VR, I can just imagine lurking through the apartment building in SH2 now with the radio static going off.
@Alexander-Salkin Yesssssss SH2 was my immediate thought! Particularly the first encounter with Pyramid Head - the static getting louder and louder as you glimpse him in the hallway, then watching him between the slats of the closet door - I’ve played SH2 hundreds of times and it still makes me nervous thinking about it in VR.
I know it was pretty panned when it first dropped but I think SH4 would be great in VR as well, considering how much of it involves picking up little details in that one room and catching things through the peephole in the door.