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    10 comments  ·  Oculus Quest 2 and Quest » Store  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Jason Denworth commented  · 

    Maybe grow up. Fire the people making these decisions that hurt your company. Blocking games from being played, on your system, and even blocking games from your store are the reasons why I and many others have stopped supporting your products. It's why I won't buy. Straighten yourselves out. This isn't supposed to be about you cornering the vr market, cause that is never going to happen. But if you wanted to stay around number 1 and 2, this is not how you do it. No one thinks you can be trusted and they are right. You are literally making people very angry. I stopped counting at about 180 people I found online who said they were returning their orders cause of the steam vr problems you are causing. I stopped counting after that but there were plenty more. No one cares if you made your product for you. That's not how this works. People buy a product that has the least restrictions. Samsung Odyssey plus is on sale right now for 300 bucks and it doesn't really have restrictions, except maybe with your games and I suspect that's something you did on purpose. Revive requires rollback to work now. Samsungs all around. I guarantee that's where your money is gonna go. That amd other co peting vr products. Not yours now. You either want people to support your products and know that you can be trusted, or they will go someplace else. After the artificial demand you created for oculus products that's what I got. I was still gonna buy oculus as soon as I could, but then I found the games I bought on your store don't work anymore. Well between that, this pavlov problem, and you blocking virtual desktop, I'm out.

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    36 comments  ·  Oculus Rift S and Rift » General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    With the release of the Rift SA smart choice for this company would be to make it so the extra satellite sensors are an option for those that want to increase behind the back tracking with it. It would differentiate the high end user from the causal. It would encourage people to invest more in a system. Plus if you don't some third party developer will and will make all that money oculus could have if they are smart. Plus it would increase the value of the system upon release compared to other companies. It would also continue to secure their use in vr esports which is a huge promotion of vr equipment. Without 360 degree tracking as an option oculus is under threat of being dropped for vive and other contenders products. If you did it right the manufacturing of the satellite sensors could continue as there still would be a demand. Also people who had the original oculous would be able to take advantage by keeping those sensors, and they would sell their old headset. Poorer people saving for the more expensive one, until they can afford it, can buy that headset, and then buy more tracking sensors from oculus. Then they will upgrade when they learn how much they love it and buy this headset, and they already have tracking sensors for it. But they will sell their old headset and continue the cycle. Does basic business need to be explained. People love the freedom of inside out tracking, plus it is nice to have less setup, and this is a nice starting headset with it. But many enthusiast crave just a little bit more. So the external cameras. Create supply and demand. This would flood the market with your product. Making you the first thing most people think about when they think vr, especially all the people new to vr. Everyone pass this on. This is what everyone is asking, and you need to listen to your customers.

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