We have been busy with PlayStation's virtual reality headset of late and decide to get together for a chat about the new tech and provide our early impressions of it.
The PlayStation VR is essentially a budget route in to the world of VR and you have to bare that in mind when using it. Sure the resolution is not great but as this is still very much early days in the VR medium you can't help but be impressed considering the low price point.
We discuss the various demos that we have played which of course includes Driveclub VR which leaves us with somewhat mixed experiences so far. You can listen to our initial thoughts of the PSVR in the podcast below.
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