The Gamer Headlines Show Ep. 70: PlayStation VR Launch Date/Price and Indiana Jones 5

By Chris Cortes – 18th March 2016
The Gamer Headlines Show Ep. 70: PlayStation VR Launch Date/Price and Indiana Jones 5

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Hosted by Adnan Riaz and Christopher Cortes, this week’s episode has our hosts discussing the launch date and price announcement for PlayStation VR, the confirmation that a fifth Indiana Jones movie is in development, and more.

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What are your thoughts on the new details revealed for PlayStation VR? Are you excited about Indiana Jones 5? Let us know in the comments!

  • Mr0303

    I’m really excited for a possible DMC5, but also a bit worried given that it is Capcom. For the record I think DmC woud’ve been more successful if Ninja Theory didn’t have one of the most horribly mishandled PR campaigns I’ve ever seen. One thing you shouldn’t do when making a reboot is piss off the original fans.

    I think the PSVR price is quite good. The only extra thing that is needed is the camera and it is not that expensive – around 30-60$. I think Sony is counting on a percentage of the already established PS4 userbase to give it a try. It’s success depends on the games. It is really hard to tell whether there will be a system seller out of the games we know are coming for it, because when it comes to new experience like this you can’t really predict what will catch on. Wii Sports comes to mind in that regard.