Summary: Once you know what you know from Portal, going through the paces of GladOS's puzzles feels pointless, but it's how you proceed. A technical issue: Steam includes an activation code, and as far as I can tell it's non-transferable. So a used game here should not work. If you want it, buy it new.
Summary: The limited game support is atrocious. I guess you have to program it for more. I bought it to use body position tracking with the oculus rift. It works but only VERY VERY few Oculus apps/games/demos will use it that way.
Decent but it stinks that it's a "blind box" so you can't get a specific one
John S. Dean "John", Amazon
5 June 2013
Summary: I have one of the small talking versions of this as well as the large USB powered one. I thought I'd get the small talking one a "friend". Unfortunately, you can't pick what you want and I ended up with one of the boring brown ones...
Summary: I purchased the Hydra to use with Clang and was quite excited to get the game up and running. I thought that while expensive the Hydra would be cool to use with other games. I should have done more research since it only works for a few games.
Summary: This device is the gaming controller that I've been waiting for all my life... but... Aside from Portal 2, which has been specifically optimized for this controller, I found it very difficult to use because there is no deadband: any slightest movement of your hands translates immediately to the...
Summary: Lag, skip, Jitter and limited sensitivity settings. Great concept but not so practical in FPS games. Learning curve is steep learning curve to make the transition from the mouse to this device. I would wait for a couple of releases before making such an investment.
Summary: very faulty hardware. i use alot of gaming accessories and the hydra's performance was terrible. it performs differently on every other game, some games good, other games bad. after complaining to the rep at razer about the difficulty of using this hardware, he sent me an email referring me to a...