- The Valve Index is incredibly comfortable.
- VR can be shockingly social if you're playing the right things.
- It's practical if you have things setup properly, I literally just grab my headset and controllers, put the headset on, press a button and I'm in VR.
- Well what is an isn't lifelike is quite relative, because if you're in a conducive enough environment even if it doesn't look real, it can feel real.
it's easy to see it in a positive light when you're already on board (I myself was impressed by PSVR much more than I was expecting to be, and ended up buying quite a few games for it), but at the end of the day, as far as most people are concerned, you're still shutting yourself off from the world with a big piece of electronics on your head so you can wave your arms around like an idiot. It's just not a sexy proposition.
But one day, it will be.