Review/Affiliate Policy of FindVRporn.com
Updated April 2016, December 2017, April 2019
I try to review new companies, etc. But, I’ve also gotten very busy. So, no offense is meant if I’m not able to review something. It’s hard keeping up these days.
So, what’s the simple review policy?
It goes like this: If I’d spend my own money on a subscription or individual video purchase, it gets recommended.
If I wouldn’t spend my own money on it, it could still be recommended if I think that it’s worth the money to somebody else. This usually applies to fetish type stuff—that may not appeal to me—but still exhibits the quality level to be, in good conscience, suggested to someone who’s into that particular thing.
This is the guiding rule that applies in almost every situation.
Is this a fair way to do things? I don’t know. But, it’s the best I’ve come up with…
So… let’s get into a little more detail…
Basically, VR porn movies are reviewed here. They are judged mainly upon the work’s quality: there are a lot of factors…
But, the 3 main factors that go into the review:
1. The performers
2. The scaling
3. The positioning of the performers and cameras
Are there any other review considerations?
Yes. Sound, color, 3D effect, lighting, set, story, fetish and anything else that adds to the evaluation. In many cases, those things tend to be mentioned when there’s a problem with them.
Additionally, the reviews are written to be fun. Or, I try…
Could you be even more specific? If a studio wanted you to give them an ecstatic review, what should they deliver in the movie?
Well, concerning camera/body positioning, this list is a guide about what works for me as an individual person.
Concerning everything else, the same VR porn standards link I posted above.
So, there are links on this site that make a commission if a product is purchased through that link. This is a pretty common practice online.
How do things get recommended?
I picture myself as a person who’s seeking the particular niche (e.g. solo, MILF, legal teen, European stars, whatever…), and if I were seeking that particular content, I must be willing to pull my own credit card out and subscribe for the company to be recommended.
In other words, to make this more clear by using a specific example: I’m not really into 3D urination stuff, personally. So, I wouldn’t be subscribing to such a studio. But, I know some people are seeking this. So, I evaluate the work by asking myself, “If I were seeking pissing VR, would I be willing to pay this studio for a subscription to their niche stuff?”
If a company’s not on this site: don’t read too much into that. I honestly can’t get to everything. There’s good VR movies out there that haven’t been covered here. That’s the idea I’m trying to get across.
Things have gotten really busy, and it’s hard to keep up.
The bottom line is that I know it’s difficult to trust these days. But, with that said, FindVRporn.com tries very, very hard to tell it straight and give an honest account of the movies and things presented here. I believe our honesty record is at 100%.
Thank you for your interest and time.
Have a good day.