By Amanda Schupak
The world’s biggest video game conference, the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), officially kicks off in Los Angeles Tuesday, and two words are destined to take center stage: virtual reality.
“It’s gonna be huge this show,” said CNET associate editor Dan Graziano.
At the center of the center stage will be Oculus Rift. Facebook-owned Oculus has been teasing techies with prototypes since 2012, and announced last week a partnership with Microsoft what will bring the Rift VR headset to Xbox One games in the first part of 2016.
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