Virtual reality was supposedly the future at the Electronic Entertainment Expo, the shiny new toy that was going to revolutionize gaming. But virtual reality has been the shiny new toy that was going to revolutionize gaming since Nintendo introduced the Virtual Boy in the mid-1990s.
Trust us, companies such as Sony and the Facebook-owned Oculus VR say, virtual reality is back.
During the Gran Turismo 7 Manufacturers Cup World Finals, Polyphony Digital and Genesis Motor announced a new Vision Gran Turismo concept car.
TG writes: The Assassin's Creed franchise has been around a long time, and its newest addition lets you take on the Templars in virtual reality. Should you take the leap and dive into this VR game, or should you leave this one to history?