Media Molecule And Just Add Water Confirm They Have Their Hands On Project Morpheus

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  • datdude

    I’m curious on how games featuring Morpheus VR support will work. Will
    they require Morpheus to play? Or will Morpheus simply be an optional
    game mode/setting you can select? I think developing a “normal” game to
    be viewed on a television or monitor AND a VR version would get very
    expensive and time consuming. Will developers now have to have a
    separate team just working on the VR component of games? And lastly, I
    can see a family buying one headset, but how will family type games fare
    with VR with only one headset? A family that wants to sit down and
    play LBP would need multiple headsets to play together, and I don’t see
    too many people ponying up the money for that possibility. Don’t get me
    wrong, I love new tech and I’m the guy who would buy Morpheus day one
    if it came with a game like GT7 or Project Cars, but I do have alot of

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