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Your task is to score ‘goals’ by leaping through a ring at the top of the arena, but to earn that right you first need to score enough points by shooting the opposing team’s mechs and collecting the tokens they drop. Controls are basically standard FPS-style, but you aim and turn using your head. It sounds weird, but you get used to it within the first few minutes and it soon feels surprisingly natural.
Ilima-Lei Macfarlane is up against Rebecca Ruth for female MMA flyweight action. Ilima tries to dominate, but can’t take her down. Really sloppy fight here – nothing pretty about it, but they’re moving constantly. They talk about how Ilima works a second job. Bellator – our fighters have to work second jobs to make ends meet. I know it’s women’s MMA and even UFC’s fighters have issues, but DON’T TALK ABOUT IT ON COMMENTARY. They cut into the second round of the fight from an ad. Whoops. Ali goes for an RNC off the ground, but Ruth escapes after a big struggle. She stands, but then gets put into another RNC standing up and taps. Lei cries in victory.
The last of those things is really rather interesting, especially as it looks like a smaller, cuter PS4. What it does is handle the PS VR’s connections, sending video to both the VR headset visit homepage and to the TV. This will usually be the same video, but some games send different streams to each device so that TV viewers can play games with the headset wearer – more on that below.
Here things start to ramp up as the demo messes with you even more. The sounds of some other person just ahead reverberate through the house. There’s nowhere to hide and nothing to fight back with, and seeing only one path forward, you carefully push open the door back to the room where your character first woke up, hoping to play the video tape without being murdered in the meantime.
Playing violent video games releases dopamine in a brain region called the striatum. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter associated with motivation and reward. Other brain regions are impacted by video games. A functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) study published in 2006 by Weber and Mathiak found that before firing weapons in violent games, there is more activity in the dorsal anterior cingulate cortex, an area associated with planning, while during and briefly after firing a weapon, there is less brain activity in the rostral anterior cingulated cortex and amygdala, two regions associated with emotion.