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Everything You Need To Know About VR From Tokyo Game Show 2016

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Tokyo Game Show is underway in Japan, and a huge focus has been virtual reality – especially with the upcoming launch of the PlayStation VR hardware on October 13. TGS, then, provides a welcome peek into the Japanese VR game development scene that we just haven’t seen on the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. Here are all the key VR announcements that have come out of the show. Though many of these games will be exclusive to Japan, some will also be getting worldwide releases.


Sony Releases PlayStation VR Tokyo Game Show Trailer


“Glimpsed in this new trailer are a number of titles that will be exclusive to Japan, as well as others that will see a worldwide release...”


This Is How The PS4 Pro Improves PlayStation VR


“Across the board, it’s more crisp ... So absolutely everything will look clearer.”


The MSI VR One Is A Portable Backpack PC For Untethered VR


“MSI has announced the VR One, a portable backpack-style PC that is designed for use with virtual reality headsets...”

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Capcom Is Making A Version Of Resident Evil 7 For The PS4 Pro


“The developer is working on a version of the game that will take advantage of the PS4 Pro. Whether or not the PlayStation VR version will be improved remains unclear, but the potential is there...”


Anywhere VR Announced: Use Your Smartphone In PlayStation VR


“The app can display a replica of your smartphone’s screen as a projection within the VR scene itself, allowing you to navigate your phone’s interface without needing to remove your PlayStation VR headset...”


PlayStation VR US Demo Disc Includes 18 Playable Games


“In the United States and Canada, the demo disc will contain an extra 10 PlayStation VR games, bringing the total up to 18...”


New Game Media


Summer Lesson

Bandai Namco


No Heroes Allowed

Acquire Corp


Godzilla

Sony

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Granblue Fantasy: Project Re: Link

PlatinumGames


Happy Manager

Tamsoft


Rise of the Tomb Raider

Crystal Dynamics

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