Gamers aren’t buying the VR hype, and game makers are quietly hedging their bets
Actual reality hasn't been especially kind to virtual reality so far. A year ago, the then red-hot technology basked in the spotlight at E3, with show attendees waiting hours to plug in to alternate worlds at the Sony and Oculus booths. This year, things are a bit different. Facebook-owned Oculus bypassed the show, foregoing a booth. HTC, makers of...