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    241 comments  ·  Oculus Quest 2 and Quest » Store  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Anonymous commented  · 

    It baffles me that a console manufacturer can't even mimic what Nintendo - one of the most backwards companies in the industry - pretty much mastered with the Switch.

    Give us user accounts. Let families share. It's not that hard and you will not get a dime more from me until it happens because I've already dropped $200 in games, I'm not spending that again.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Because of this weird limitation, I will not buy another Oculus because if I bought one, I'd have to buy two more.

    So my kids don't get to use it at all.

    This is a stupid-easy fix that literally every other major console offers.

    Give us different users. The end result is that when my kids get a year or two older, they'll ask for their own Oculus.

    But if they never get to play an Oculus, they'll ask for a Playstation instead. And I'll buy it because I can let multiple children play a single $500 console.

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