Opinion

For virtual reality to be perfect, it needs to be less perfect

Arcades that don't feel like arcades, living rooms that don't feel lived in—we take a look at virtual reality's problem with perfection.

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Hayden writes about games for PCWorld and doubles as the resident Zork enthusiast.

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