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PlayStation VR hasn't tamed VR's strangeness

Earlier this year I spent what felt like an entire week inside Oculus, and now I'm taking off the PlayStation VR and blinking in the harsh light of actual reality after a straight run of days in which I sat, like a lonely Daft Punk, lost in new worlds, surrounded by games, embedded, in the truest sense, in the heart of the action. It's been wonderful and puzzling. Wonderful because PSVR is wonderful.
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