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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 1207d ago | opinion piece

Reality Crumbles: Whatever Happened to VR?

Eurogamer:

Located on a rather nondescript industrial estate in a suburb of Leicester you'll find an equally nondescript warehouse unit. Nestled amongst the usual glut of logistics companies and scrap metal merchants, the building in question once housed a firm that was poised to dramatically alter the world of interactive entertainment as we know it, and worked with such illustrious partners as Sega, Atari, Ford and IBM. (Atari, Culture, Industry, Kinect, Microsoft, Pac-Man, PC, Sega, Sony)

BitbyDeath  +   1207d ago
Sony's been working on it so hopefully it'll show up on the PS4.

http://www.smh.com.au/digit...
kevnb  +   1207d ago
the same thing that will happen to motion controls.

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