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Forget the Oculus — PlayStation VR is the virtual reality platform to own

PlayStation VR is finally here, and it's by far the easiest and most accessible way to get into virtual reality gaming. Tech reporter Matt Weinberger got his hands on the PSVR and took an in-depth look at what makes it so great. Follow TI: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
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