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I don't have the go, but I got the Quest for Christmas from my wife. I love it along with the rest of the family. 10 different family members played it and none of us have yet to experience any VR sickness. The lenses are adjustable to reduce, if not eliminate the effects. The Quest is completely wireless, so we can play it anywhere in the house. The Vader Immortal series is my favorite.

The problems I do have is that after 45 minutes or so, the headset gets quite heavy causing some neck strain. The charge lasts about an hour before it has to recharge, but you can play with it plugged into the wall. The cord is about 15 feet, so it doesn't really cause an issue.

The controllers are really nice. The headset detects them and identifies them in the headset as left or right. The Quest also has a play area detection system. It detects if you are playing in a new area and asks you to set up a "Guardian" boundary. The outside cameras come on and you can see your actual environment in the headset and you draw a circle on the floor. This becomes your play area and warns you , in game, if you breach it.
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