The PlayStation VR is this year’s newest hotness. It’s going to bring virtual realities into our homes with a minimum amount of fuss and a price tag that isn’t over $600. We can plug, play, and enjoy our games in a whole new way. Sounds great, right? It will be, but it could be even greater.
We don’t want the PlayStation VR to be the next Virtual Boy. We want it to be a rock star. Which means Sony should be doing everything possible to talk to the best developers and publishers so they’ll support the device. Some amazing series have established themselves on the PlayStation 4. If they added PlayStation VR support or promised a new installment that worked with the technology, they’d be system sellers.