You shouldn't give this game a poor review, because you have 300+ hours.
I clearly state in the review that I enjoy my time in VRChat because of who I'm playing the game with and what was created in the engine. I specifically stated that the game was not worth putting any money into because the software is lackadaisical. I also included a warning against people considering to develop content for the game, which—as a content creator myself—factored into my consideration.
Many games on Steam are rolling-release, and change rapidly over time. What if a game out for years suddenly included MTX? Would a thumbs down review be invalid there? If so, VRChat+ is a very recent addition to the game. Is my review still invalid?
Hey i have an avatar from second life id like to use in VRChat. Could either be a port or just use the character as a reference. Im happy to talk price. Also didn’t mention second life scripting language, which is arguably the only thing I find better about SL over the VRchat, so at least it’s fair on both sides. Should also mention that the VRC has no text chat which for some is a negative, huge plus for me though I find it too impersonal. (Malluch's Crux vendor inside Second life will tell you 'This is a genderless Avatar' if you try to obtain a female one.) Most assume this was intentionally left open for fans of the fictitious species, however many crux tend to remain genderless. There are currently 3 types of avatars available for VRchat. These avatars have.
And finally, I did state that our group is planning to switch to NEOS. Since a high majority of the players in our group are on desktop, we're waiting for the NEOS desktop overhaul scheduled to release soon. In the meantime, VRChat is our best option for these community game nights. Are we not entitled to continue using poor software if we still enjoy our time in it, and have made a pact to not spend money on it to bolster its development? Especially if we're actively telling people not to use the software or service?
VRChat is a social experience similar to Second Life, but built around VR and with more limitations.
I'm curating some articles with knowledge currently only contained in YouTube videos, on some god-forsaken Discord, or other secret-squirrel shit.
Openssl_algo_sha256. VRChat's docs are awful, so here's information on getting Avatar 3.0 running.
Avatar 2.0 Stuff
- Dynamic Bones
Working With Other Apps