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LA Noire The VR Case Files coming to PlayStation 4?

According to the official website of the PEGI classification agency, it seems that LA Noire The VR Case Files, title already landed on PC in 2017 with support for VR helmets: HTC Vive, Oculus ...

Portal VR - Interview with developers

The entertainment world is constantly evolving and when it meets the world of virtual reality the results can be truly amazing. Portal VR is a completely new experience in the videogame world, able to combine ...

Cyberpunk 2077: CD Projekt says no to Virtual Reality

We have seen how CD Projekt Red intends to change the video game industry with Cyberpunk 2077. Despite this, it seems that the company does not currently trust VR and its ability to evolve ...

Virtual reality: the future is at the door

A few days before VRX Expo, the largest convention in the field of virtual reality, we take stock of the situation on these technologies that can mark a new point in the history of the world ...

Oculus Rift Bookable (Surprise Price)

The future is officially in pre-order. Palmer Luckey (founder of Oculus VR) has in fact decided to become a Befana by making it possible to pre-purchase the Oculus Rift just on January 6, via its official website. Self...

Largest RazerStore to Open in Las Vegas

The ultimate Razer gaming showcase will open at The LINQ Promenade in the heart of the city. SAN FRANCISCO - (BUSINESS WIRE) - # Flagship - Razer ™, the leading global lifestyle brand ...

Gravity Unveils its Future Plans During Gamescom 2019

During its presentation, Gravity attracted representatives of various game companies and media outlets. 'Ragnarok M: Eternal Love' has been globally downloaded over 24 million ...

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