It's been a pretty interesting year in terms of hardware; with the launch of the PS4 Slim and PS4 Pro, Sony's console managed to get both thinner and thicker. Then there was PSVR, which gave people a reason to own Playstation Move controllers again.
Well I never, PSVR launch day has finally arrived and to celebrate, I made up a brand new word: Streampocalpyse. I think it has a nice ring to it.
Yep, I'll be streaming PSVR games today for as long as my stomach can handle it, and as always I'd be honoured if you lovely lot fancy joining me in the video below.
I've gotten hold of as many PSVR launch titles as I could manage and I'll be trying to play at least half an hour of each, hopefully more, but it all depends on whether or not I can keep my lunch down.
Back in the early 90s when I was blowing on cartridges and recording episodes of Captain N: The Game Master on VHS, the thought of being able to play video games with my friends in virtual reality was the sole preserve of science fiction. Twenty-five years later however, those childhood dreams look set to become a reality.
Virtual reality, in case you didn't know, is going to be a thing in 2016. What's quite a pleasant surprise is that it's now looking like a (reasonably) affordable thing thanks to the PlayStation VR's recently announced price point. Sony's unit now looks like it's got the best chance to crack the mainstream market that Oculus and Vive have priced themselves out of, and it's got a pretty decent looking software line-up already.