Submitted by lord zaid 463d ago | opinion piece

Oculus and Facebook: On which side of the Rift are you?

Much has been written about the Facebook Oculus buyout. But the fact is no one really knows if this is a good or bad think. Its all speculation and getting upset about it now helps no one. (Oculus, Tech)

HanCilliers  +   463d ago
IMO - Kickstarter supporters can feel bad about this, but supporting a project doesn't equal you owning it.

From a gaming pov, I am concerned, giving Facebook's legacy.
jujubee88  +   463d ago
People should know what they investing in before anything.
HanCilliers  +   463d ago
Good point
Choc_Salties  +   463d ago
No it doesn't, but it's still a case of being rather concerned in which direction the project you supported is going, that would make me a bit upset too...
The_Truth_24_7  +   463d ago
Team Sony.
dcj0524  +   463d ago
I'm on VR's side. And if that means facebook funding Oculus to accelerate development then so be it.

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