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Old 02-10-2023, 11:02 PM
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I admit it looks pretty good and seems to overcome the severe technical limitations of the original PSVR.

But it seems like a hard sell to the general public when it costs more than the base PS5 unit itself. And worst of all, there is no backwards compatibility with PSVR games, what a way to alienate people who invested in that system.

Plus I don't get the sense that VR is something that gamers and gaming companies will adopt more and more for the future. It's like 3-D, more of a niche market. Biut who knows.



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