Man, the animosity.
If you like VR, great. Buy a set, play some games.
If you don't like VR, great. Don't buy a set, don't play the games made specifically for VR.
VR isn't perfect. It's expensive, it still looks less than ideal, it has motion sickness issues, many games have movement issues, and many people don't like being completely shut off from their surroundings.
But VR is fun. When a game is made for it, and made well, it's an experience unlike any other, which is easily worth the tradeoffs for many people.
But not all. Some of you think it's worth it. Others do not think it is currently worth it. As we're not talking about perfect nor necessary hardware, you can both be right.