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Dale's Gameroom Review: EVA Cardboard Viewer review for Google Cardboard

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Part 1: The Viewer Itself
The viewer is a colorful (or not-so-colorful, depending on if you buy it multi-colored or black) unit and has lenses that ensure your VR experience is complete. It is a very powerful rig that allows to do anything from explore the human brain to seeing what should be Inori Aizawa's best friend for gaming, Unity-chan perform live. Rating: ★★★★★
Part 2: The Setup
After getting your package open and getting all the parts out (don't forget the lenses and head strap like I did!), constructing it using the guidelines, ensuring it's on right, downloading the Cardboard app on your Galaxy S4, Galaxy S5, or iPhone 6, and scanning the QR code below using the built-in QR code scanner, you're ready to play the base apps. I'd recommend the 360 degree YouTube channel. Then you can download what you want! Rating: ★★★☆☆

Part 3: The Experience
Seeing stuff through lenses is fum, and VR is fun. Albeit the fact that the NFC prevents me from doing anything, the experience is fun. Rating: ★★★★☆

Part 4: Overall
Overall, I'd rate it 8.5/10 for its entertainment factor and the ability to amaze yourself with it - whether it be by color or by the VR experience.

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