"By popular demand, a complete transcript of our E3 interview," writes Eurogamer.
about damn time someone got this moving
I agree. I remember twenty years ago you could go to Dave and Busters and play on a VR machine. That tech has to be smaller and the computer power is probably already built into smart phones by now. There is no reason that we can't have VR in the home within the next few years.
Yep I think back to when the Sega Genesis almost had VR. I wanted it so bad. Look any direction and what you are seeing mimics your head movement. Perfect for a variety of games combined with using a mouse/controller. FPS, driving, simulators - would be awesome.
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