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The Future of Gaming Is Here

The science-fiction genre explores some of our biggest fantasies. Starfighters battling in space, encounters with strange and ancient alien races and the ability to enter virtual realities captivate us in theaters, video games and books. 556 more words

Prix (élevé) d'#Oculus Rift : "J'ai mal géré la communication" admet Palmer Luckey (ZDNet)

C’est un véritable mea culpa. Le CEO d’Oculus admet avoir raté sa communication sur le tarif de son casque de réalité virtuelle, provoquant frustration et incompréhension. 50 more words

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Palmer Luckey's explanation about the expensive price of Oculus Rift

The pre-order of Oculus Rift has just started but many people were complaining due to its US$599 price tag which is quite high. Personally, I am not that happy with the price either but I understand the reason behind it. 703 more words

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"No More Ballparks" -- Oculus' Palmer Luckey Admits Screwing Up Rift Price-Point Messaging

Yesterday VR fans eager to get their hands on the consumer version of the long awaited Oculus Rift headset learnt what co-founder Palmer Luckey meant when he said the price would be in the “ballpark” of last year’s  827 more words

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Oculus Rift, Now available for Pre-order

The infamous Oculus Rift is now available for pre-order directly from Oculus’ site for the not-so low price of $599 USD.

Even though the high price tag wasn’t revealed earlier, Oculus founder, Palmer Luckey did say a few weeks ago that the Oculus Rift would come at a premium but he did also say that VR will eventually become something that is affordable for everyone. 128 more words

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Oculus Rift Pre-Orders Will Open On Wednesday

Pre-orders for the consumer version of the virtual reality headset are due to open on Wednesday January 6, at 8am PT, Oculus Rift announced today.

http://techcrunch.com/2016/01/04/oculus-rift-pre-orders-will-open-on-wednesday/

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Oculus Rift Pre-Orders Will Open On Wednesday

It’s been a long road but the latest attempt to convince the gadget-buying public they need to strap something onto their face in order to experience thrilling sensations passing through their synapses is gearing up for its first big test. 193 more words

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