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Which is arguably the worst headline I've ever written, but I couldn't come up with anything clever. However, as it suggests, PlayStation Australia has invaded the 'content creator' space to produce its own show, hosted by former ScreenPlay presenter, Nich Richardson, aptly titled "The PS VR Show".

Which aims to bring to light the more than 250 VR experiences available on PlayStation VR.
Hosted by former ScreenPlay presenter, Nich Richardson (a.k.a. NichBoy), The PS VR Show jumps into a handful of some of the latest and most exciting content pieces from the ever-growing collection of over 250 games and experiences for PlayStation®VR, only on PlayStation®4.

Each episode will see NichBoy joined by some of the biggest and best gaming personalities from across Australia. Guests will take part in his weird, whacky and fun challenges in virtual reality.

Richardson has previously expressed some scepticism of VR for gaming, however the quantity and quality of content both in development and already available, to PlayStation VR has convinced him otherwise.
"Since PlayStation made VR mainstream, I’ve always been fascinated by the tech, but we didn’t get many hit titles at launch. It’s been a couple of years, and PlayStation is delivering some amazing games and experiences almost weekly. It’s definitely a great time to kick off a series to show gamers what’s available to them on PlayStation VR," said Richardson via press release.

"We wanted to challenge Nich on his feelings towards PlayStation VR, so what better way than to give him his own PS VR show?" added Patrick Laguna, SIEAU Director of Marketing via the same press release. "It’s great to see Nich and his guests have fun while showcasing the quality and diversity of games and experiences available to PlayStation 4 players. The ever-expanding catalogue is one of the reasons we’ve seen PlayStation VR become the most popular high-end VR system on the market."

Watch a trailer for the first episode embedded below.

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