The video game business has a long way to go to become a mainstream player in the world of entertainment.
But it is now getting a shot in the arm by a new title on the way: “The World of the Video Game”.
The game has the tagline “The ultimate entertainment destination”, which is clearly a reference to the film The Matrix.
The game is a “compelling, visually stunning adventure game set in a futuristic world”, and it has been developed by developers from across the globe.
The game is in development by Sony Computer Entertainment Europe, which also has a gaming division.
The title is in production for a release in the next three years.
It is also based on the popular manga series “Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE” by Shueisha and illustrated by the legendary Yoshitaka Amano, who is also known for his works on “The Matrix” and “Gundam” movies.
According to a press release, “The world of video games is changing at an unprecedented pace.
This game is designed to capture the essence of that change and deliver the ultimate entertainment experience.”
The game was originally titled “The Game”.
But now the developers have changed the name to “The VR Experience”.
This was done “in the spirit of sharing our vision and vision for a world of virtual reality and VR”, the press release said.
“The title ‘The World’ is meant to be an inclusive, inclusive community where we can all feel comfortable and have fun.”
“We’re excited to launch the world first VR experience with The World of The Video Game,” said Kazuo Nishino, CEO of Sony Computer.
The release comes amid a number of big launches of VR titles this year.
Earlier this week, Sony launched the PlayStation VR headset.
In addition to The World, Sony is also launching a virtual reality movie in March.
This film will be called “Troublemaker”.