Sony had a handful of announcements to make at its press event at the Tokyo Games Show, chief among which was an update on its upcoming virtual reality headset. A price drop for the PS4 in Japan was also detailed, as well as future accessory and software releases.
Traditional game consoles may still have the biggest presence at E3, but this year virtual reality was there in full force, showing that the future of gaming is becoming less distant by the day. After trying the biggest headsets on display at E3, we have a few thoughts on how things are stacking up.
In addition to our hands-on time with the consumer-facing Oculus Rift, we also swung by Sony's booth to get another look at the latest version of Project Morpheus. Join Gizmag, for our impressions.