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.