The new Oculus Go doesn't need a smartphone or a PC to run, and at just $200 for the 32GB version, critics say the Go represents a step in the right direction for VR.
While the $799 cost of admission is a hard pill to swallow, VR enthusiasts will welcome the arrival of the Vive Pro as the most advanced VR headset money can buy today. The Vive Pro improves on comfort, the higher resolution translates into a noticeable improvement in visual clarity, and its connection to base is better, too. Read the initial reviews for more.
#ThrowBackThursday Virtual reality has become something of a fascination once again as consumer devices like the Oculus Rift and PlayStation VR have hit the scene. For 1995, the Virtual Boy was very ambitious and took a lot of risks showcasing an idea that had not yet been explored by home console makers. So how did they accomplish such a feat?
As ever, PC remains at the forefront of gaming. Whether it's the platform's advantage in hardware, its role as a breeding ground for interesting indies, or attempts to solve the mind-boggling logistical problem of offering nearly Every Game Ever, PC leads so many dances that you'd need to be a human centipede to keep up.