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PlayStation VR Review-in-Progress: Comfort and Style

Editor's Note: Our full review of PlayStation VR is pending more extensive time with a full retail unit finalized game releases. These impressions are based on hands-on time at both press and consumer events. It's a cliche in the video game enthusiast community that Sony is a hardware company and Microsoft is a software company. This was used in the last generation to explain Sony's manufacturing strengths and inelegant firmware, and just the reverse for the Xbox.
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