USstreamer: Enter Cyberspace with PlayStation VR Today at 1:00pm PT/4:00pm ET

USstreamer: Enter Cyberspace with PlayStation VR Today at 1:00pm PT/4:00pm ET

Tune in and check out a tour of titles from Sony's new virtual reality platform.

The age of PlayStation VR will soon be upon us, though I've been privileged enough to get my hands on the device a few weeks in advance for the sake of writing a review.

Unfortunately, I can't show you have effective PSVR is first-hand without first strapping a thing to your head, but I can at the very least show off some of the platform's launch titles via the magic of streaming. So if you'd like to try VR vicariously through me, be sure to sit extremely close to your TV or monitor, and check out today's stream! (We at USgamer are not responsible for any seared retinas.)

It all starts on USgamer's channel today at 1:00pm PT/4:00pm ET—or you can stay on this page and watch the stream from here. And if you can't make it, don't worry; our streams are always backed up on our YouTube channel. And if you're reading this after the stream has already happened, you'll see that version embedded below.

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