and also comparing a screenshot from a buggy and incomplete emulator to original hardware is never going to be a particularly fair comparison no matter the display
@vyr I mean both, they both had solid social features. And I do recall the blade UI having ads on pretty much every panel anyway, so? IDK
Oculus’ in particular is an incredible example of a company being so transparently focused on its own horrible data collection priorities that it can’t even get the fundamentals down, it’s much more invested in showing you “trends” and “friend activity” than your own
the Oculus companion app for phones also lets you see your friends’ achievements in detail (with the exception that it won’t show you the details of any “secret” achievements, even if you yourself have them), but absolutely not your own lmao
like for example you can’t view any details of achievements or leaderboards without *quitting the game* on Oculus, even from an achievement notification, who thought that was reasonable?
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