Time Magazine has posted its annual list of best inventions of the year, with Sony's PlayStation VR making the cut in part for its relatively affordable nature.
"In order to access the most cutting-edge virtual reality, people typically have to shell out thousands of dollars--not just for a headset (like the $800 HTC Vive), but for a computer that's powerful enough to support it," Time magazine reported. "Sony's PlayStation VR, by contrast, is designed to work with a console that millions of people already own: the PlayStation 4."
A new trailer for Final Fantasy XV was shared at the end of the Final Fantasy XV Judgment Disc demo.
Gran Turismo Sport's debut, you might have heard, was far from spectacular. Polyphony's debut on the PlayStation 4 didn't just lack the spectacle you'd hope for from one of Sony's most famous developers; the demo fell flat, the messaging was mixed and the problems that have plagued Gran Turismo for generations had seemingly been left to fester. Series creator Kazunori Yamauchi has always danced to his own tune - probably the eccentric assault of a BRM V16 as it thunders up the hill of his beloved Goodwood - but the disappointing droning engine sounds found in Gran Turismo Sport back then suggested that maybe he'd fallen desperately out of touch.