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 PSVR IS A FLOP! SONY TO NOW SELL IT AS A COMMERCIAL DEVICE! 
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PS VR! :fight

Playstation VR is such a CATASTROPHIC FLOP, that Sony now intends on marketing it as a commercial device (thus a device for a business and/or commercial environment), rather than a consumer device for the general public. :cry:

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Sony will start pushing its PlayStation VR virtual reality headset as a commercial device after making "slower-than-expected" progress in the consumer arena, according to a Wall Street Journal report citing people familiar with the matter.

It's a move that suggests the console maker is having trouble sustaining the immediate impact of PSVR after the initial launch buzz has worn off.

Video game arcades and theme parks could be targets for company, with Sony thought to be initially focused on finding partners in Japan.


http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1358183


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06 Apr 2017 02:04 am
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If you consider the PSP as a flop then Nintendo have had some doozies too. :lol:


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06 Apr 2017 09:06 am
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This thread is a pretty clear indication that the Switch is going to fail.


06 Apr 2017 10:14 am
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I think it already has. The only games being released now are marginally-upgraded Wii U games that will be better on PC anyway.


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Apart from RE7 there aren't enough titles yet to justify buying it. Just keep cranking out quality and it will do ok.

The launch of PS4 Pro also must have affected it as people attention is focused on upgrading to another machine.

Nintendo should get into VR I reckon. Maybe next gen after sony gives up like they did with the Vita?

The launch game would be Starfox VR. It's open world like No Man's Sky but fun like Project Silpheed on xbox360. (ie you have time limits to get things done in certain time limits like a monster hunter game and gradually you upgrade gear the more loot you get from defeated enemies. Do it nintendo. Have 300 people work on it to create the alien races you encounter and put in procedurally generated content outside the map areas to give it a rogue-lite feel to fighting ie Galak-Z)

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PSVR has now sold close to a million units ( for a niche device) and I'm sure it sold it quicker than RIFT/VIVE. So yeah, catastrophic failure.


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Funny how Jasper is ignoring this thread after the savage smack down from tomby :lol:

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The next couple of months are awesome for the psvr with farpoint and also golem on its way so yeah the future looks terrible :mooreon:

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Has Sony had any meaningful success with any peripheral?

And yes VR has ground to a screaming halt.


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lestat wrote:
Has Sony had any meaningful success with any peripheral?

And yes VR has ground to a screaming halt.


I won't touch it until they make it properly interactive, it won't work with tech demo's or games where you have no free movement. So far it works for car games and that's about it, having to jump from story board to story board is about as good as it is right now which isn't very immersive.

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Jasper wrote:
PSP! :fight
PSP GO! :fight
PS MOVE! :fight
PS EYE! :fight
PS VITA!
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And now...

PS VR! :fight


Oh shit, I can't believe I forgot one of Sony's other recent Playstation peripheral flops...PS TV! (which was officially discontinued by Sony last year). :redface:

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