Do you agree? Sure it has some flaws, but I think it deserves to be in there.
In order to access the most cutting-edge virtual reality, people typically have to shell out thousands of dollarsnot just for a headset (like the $800 HTC Vive), but for a computer thats powerful enough to support it. Sonys PlayStation VR, by contrast, is designed to work with a console that millions of people already own: the PlayStation 4. Thats a boon for gamers in search of what Sony engineer Richard Marks calls the most intense, most extreme action, as well as casual consumers, who now have an easier way to experience VR.