Cart-master: Bring out yer dead.
Sony: Here's one. Cart-master: Ninepence. PSVR: I'm not dead! Cart-master: What? Sony: Nothing! Here's your ninepence. PSVR: I'm not dead! Cart-master: 'Ere! 'E says 'e's not dead! Sony: Yes he is. PSVR: I'm not! Cart-master: 'E isn't? Sony: Well, he will be soon, he's very ill. PSVR: I'm getting better! Sony: No you're not, you'll be stone dead in a moment. Cart-master: I can't take 'im like that! It's against regulations! PSVR: I don't want to go on the cart. Sony: Oh, don't be such a baby. Cart-master: I can't take 'im. PSVR: I feel fine! Sony: Well, do us a favor. Cart-master: I can't! Sony: Can you hang around a couple of minutes? He won't be long. Cart-master: No, gotta get to Robinson's, they lost nine today. Sony: Well, when's your next round? Cart-master: Thursday. PSVR: I think I'll go for a walk. Sony: You're not fooling anyone, you know. (to Cart-master) Look, isn't there something you can do?
Despite certain realities of, ahem, the imminent demise of PSVR. It appears there is still some life in the system yet. Yupitergrad, a "stylized and unique single-player, Dieselpunk in the space VR game" is making the jump from the Oculus Quest to PSVR - first digitally on February 25th, then with physical retail version March 12th. Who knows, maybe this PSVR experiment isn't over yet? (psst, it's probably over, but its great to see a few more titles eke out onto the system)