Warren Spector says virtual reality will be a fad, “at best a minor part of gaming’s future.” Far be it from me to question the director of Deus Ex on, well, anything. But I’m not sure it matters whether VR is a fad. Motion controls were a fad, yet that fad drove the sales of 100 million Wii consoles.
I sit down in the dilapidated wooden chair, and put on the headset. It’s the twelfth time this week. I’ve gotten really used to Sony’s Project Morpheus, and I love the way it feels. I pretty much just press a button to pull the display closer to my face, and boom—I’m in another world. I just wish there were more…
Yep, it’s creepy.
The future is horse. Horse is future.
Sony’s E3 press conference is about to begin. Does greatness await, or are we in for 90-odd minutes of corporate mediocrity? Follow along, and we’ll find out together.
They're calling it a demo, not a game, and it's not quite perfect. You can't even walk in it, after all. But there's something really cool about the London Heist, a snippet of a first-person shooter made to be played using Sony's PlayStation 4 Morpheus virtual reality headset.
Sony today unveiled a new version of their PS4 virtual reality headset, code-named Project Morpheus, and though it's still not final (or ready to be sold), they're already touting how much better it is than the one they showed off last year.
We missed shaking our heads at a Japanese schoolgirl at Tokyo Game Show this year, but some lucky people got to last month, and it looks like they enjoyed it.
At this year's Tokyo Game Show, Sony had demos for its Project Morpheus VR headset. The previously announced Summer Lesson ended up not making TGS, but there were two other new demos that were new and worth taking for a spin.
Summer Lesson is an upcoming tech demo for Sony's new virtual reality headset, Project Morpheus. This is the future of...something.
I strap on an Oculus Rift virtual reality headset to try out Lucky's Tale, the candy colored platformer that had Kirk in love at first hop. It's nice, pleasant, and I do enjoying leaning and looking around the environment. But before long I realize something: I'm kinda bored.
Sony just revealed a new game for the PS4 and its nifty virtual headset Project Morpheus. It's called The Assembly, and it looks pretty scary.
During last night's episode of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, the host and special guest Channing Tatum got a chance to play with Sony's virtual reality headset, Project Morpheus.
We stand at the precipice of a new age: The age of the VR headset. Or at least, that's what the people making VR would love for you to believe.
This week in his semi-weekly column, Super Smash Bros. creator, Masahiro Sakurai talks about VR technology and how it can make his dreams come true.
Toddler-horror game Among the Sleep is coming to the PlayStation 4 — with virtual reality support. As if playing a small child exploring a dark house in search of his missing mother isn't scary enough, developer Krillbite says the game will be among the first to take advantage of Sony's Project Morpheus VR technology.…
Cutting-edge virtual reality headset + cutting-edge graphics engine. Sounds like a racing fan's cockpit dreams come true.
A couple of days ago, I felt like I was standing in a shark tank. Some time before that, Sony's head of PlayStation game development, Shuhei Yoshida, fed a dinosaur and the company's top PlayStation researcher, Richard Marks, stood next to the Mars rover—all in virtual reality, of course. With any luck, you will…
Yesterday, Sony entered the virtual reality fray by announcing Project Morpheus, a new virtual reality initiative aimed at making a VR headset for the PS4. Today at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, Stephen Totilo and I swung by Sony's booth to check it out.