This probably sums up the concerns I had going into the fairly large psvr purchase. It really looks lame as heck when you're watching someone else play and its easy to see something like that and think 'it's probably just a gimmick'. But putting on the headset and actually playing is a different experience entirely.it's hard to describe the experience inside the headset but the brain really is easy to fool. i want more content!
I pretty much had the same reaction hobb describes when I first put it on and saw the demo menu, its a weird feeling looking around in a virtual space and not a sensation you can easily put into words.
My second concern is content which is still a worry but after playing some of the more fun VR games (Rigs, Battlezone) and seeing how well the psvr has been sold and received I think we could see some decent dev adoption.
I dont regret getting day 1 stock (not that I thought I would be getting day 1 stock at any rate) but I would have liked some more games, not that i can afford them anyway after the cost of the headset
I was actually fine for rigs but battlezone made me feel a bit iffy. I've heard the best course of action is to stop playing rather than pushing yourself and you will eventually build up an immunity.