An error occurred while saving the commentMatt Gibson commented
Wish I'd come here when I first bought the Quest to see if my son liked VR. If I'd looked sooner I'd have sent the thing back for a refund. Only found this thread now as I was halfway through ordering another headset and wanted to check if there was any addons I needed to buy to enable sharing for household multiplayer. Now that I find that isn't even a thing for Oculus, won't be completing my second headset purchase. Stuff the idea of having to purchase multiple copies of every game so his mother or I can play with him. Don't have to do it with Xbox, don't have to do it with PS4, not Apple or Google. Now Hashtag Puppies may think that's an 'entitled' point of view, but I couldn't give a rats. Until family sharing and multiple users are a thing with Oculus, then other platforms will be getting my money. Shame as it's a **** decent bit of kit with a good mix of games & apps. Without the flexibility of family sharing and multiple users, it's a bad investment unless you are a loner or orphan. On the bright side being a decent bit of kit makes the resale value 2nd hand viable, means I won't have lost too much when I sell it. Make it up to the boy with the new consoles by PS & Xbox, where we'll only have to buy games once to play with him. Teach the kid to spend money wisely, where you get value for your purchase. Entitled? No. Smart? Yes.