When comparing InMind VR vs Space Pirate Trainer, the Slant community recommends Space Pirate Trainer for most people. In the question“What are the best VR games on Steam?” Space Pirate Trainer is ranked 7th while InMind VR is ranked 50th.
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Pro Built specifically with a VR headset in mind
Unlike many other games, this one was built ground up for a head mounted display instead of adapted for it. As such the user interface and control scheme are well optimised for the Oculus Rift.
Pro Does not require any additional controllers
All interaction in the game are done using the headset. Head gestures are used to interact with the user interface and aiming is done by looking at the target.
Pro No VR sickness
The game creates a frame of reference for the player by having his avatar be stationary. That helps avoid motion sickness commonly induced by the dissociative feeling created when the avatar is moving and the player himself is stationary.
The game is available completely for free.
Pro Runs smooth
No lag, excellent, non-jittery head tracking.
Pro Very fun
Pro Control is super intuitive
Being that the users view is controllable with their head, which frees up both hands to control the dual wielded pistols makes for a very intuitive and natural way to play a first person shooter. No longer do you have to have your guns in sight in order to shoot in the direction that you would like.
The experience is less than 10 minutes long.
Con Gameplay is a little barebones
It's a shooter on rails where the only action is looking at brightly coloured neurones.
Con Very little depth
There is not much to do in the game other than shoot robots, it give a Space Invaders type feel, but in VR. This may change in the future since this is an early access game, but currently the game is pretty shallow.