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Shu Yoshida talks VR with Media Molecule, Guerrilla, London Studio & Supermassive in new video


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last week, some of the top development talent from

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and beyond gathered round a table for an in-depth discussion into what the advent of VR means for interactive entertainment.

WWS President Shuhei Yoshida,

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(Until Dawn: Rush of Blood) and Piers Jackson from Guerrilla Cambridge (RIGS Mechanized Combat League) shared their opinions on how virtual reality is about to reach its tipping point of mass adoption, with consumers soon to immerse themselves in dream-like digital experiences with the help of the upcoming PlayStation VR system.

Hosted by the well-respected journalist Keza MacDonald of Kotaku UK, it was a fascinating discussion – and, duly, one we captured on film for posterity. Take a look at the video below for the highlights.

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