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As Kotaku's review pointed out this made it easy for the PlayStation camera to lose tracking and pull you out of that immersive experience.They point out that where Sony has been faithful to their existing products, they may have shot themselves in the foot by compromising. "It’s difficult to shake the feeling that this older hardware has been conscripted into the service of a pursuit that is beyond its capacity."Older PlayStation tech is the devilBy far the one consistent complaint through all of today's reviews has been that the PlayStation Move controllers are just wrong on all accounts. Released six years ago, the controllers are technological grandparents trying to keep up in a young 'n' hip dance class. It does its best but ultimately falls short as the detection is inconsistent. The Verge stated "The PlayStation Move controllers are painfully limited compared to either Oculus Touch or the HTC Vive remotes, simply because their interface is a bad fit for VR."The same can be said for the (not included in most bundles) PlayStation camera. Kotaku also provided an interesting gif in which the character constantly shakes on screen like a Parkinson's sufferer. With VR-related nausea a past crutch for the PSVR, this isn't looking good for those with a more sensitive stomach.It's cheaper – but it's still bloody expensiveThe PSVR's selling point is without a doubt its price difference, sitting at a more commercially affordable rate than the Vive and Oculus, and you don't require a stonking PC to play it. You do however have to fork out £350/$399, plus £49/$59(ish) for the camera, plus £69/$100(ish) for two Move controllers. Suddenly it isn't so cheap anymore. 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3、Niantic has announced several details about what players can expect from their popular AR game Pokemon throughout the month of August. This includes a change in Breakthrough Research, Pokemon Spotlight Hours and a makeup event for players who purchased a ticket during Pokemon Go Fest.As of Saturday, August 1st then, Scraggy will replace Larvitar as the obtainable Pokemon from the Research Breakthrough encounter. This will run until Tuesday 1st September so if you have any interest whatsoever in the Shedding Pokemon make sure you're completing those Field Research tasks daily.Elsewhere, they've announced the Pokemon that will be appearing in the Spotlight Hours throughout August. These will take place every Tuesday and will start at 6:00 pm local time. The Pokemon you'll find and associated bonuses include:August 4th – Horsea – Twice the Candy for catching PokemonAugust 11th – Sableye – Twice the Candy for transferring PokemonAugust 18th – Venipede – Twice the XP for evolving PokemonAugust 25th – Geodude – Twice the Stardust for catching PokemonThe Ultra Unlock weeks will also take place throughout August with the first starting today. You can read more details on what they will involve in the previous article we wrote when the information was first unveiled.Finally, due to a technical glitch during Pokemon Go Fest, a makeup event will take place on August 16th from 11 am – 2 pm local time. During this time, Pokemon from the event will be appearing more frequently in the wild, though only for those who purchased a Go Fest ticket.Between these hours incense will be more effective at attracting Pokemon. Additionally, there will be a special free box that will contain two Incense and two Remote Raid Passes. However, this can only be claimed if players have less than three raid passes.Whilst this makeup event is ongoing the time will determine which Pokemon will appear. It will include the following:11:00 am – Fire12:00 pm – Water1:00 pm – FriendshipPokemon Go is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.Looking for some GO Battle League tips? We've got some that will help you get started