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With Resident Evil 7 being exclusive for a year and Batman: Arkham VR being exclusive to the platform until March 31, 2017. Both titles represent a couple of the first must-have big-deal VR releases, the sort of stuff that's big enough to convince someone to shell out the money for VR-kit. And with both appearing on PlayStation VR, owners of HTC Vive and Oculus Rift will have to wait before they get the chance to play either game.

Timed-exclusives aren't exactly new ideas, and in the relatively small and young VR space Oculus has also been doing the same thing with certain games only available for the Rift and not the Vive. It's crazy to see companies play favourites with a technology that's still unproven as a mainstream device. But we guess that's business.




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