Livestream Schedule For Week Of Jan. 28th 2019: Resident Evil 2 In PSVR Cinematic Mode

Did you know we stream games over on Twitch? We’re getting into a rhythm that will allow us to stream VR games each and every weekday (except in the case of holidays or traveling for events of course) and we’re having a lot of fun doing it. We’ve moved all of our VR game streams to Twitch and want you to help us build a community.Every week we will post a new Livestream Schedule for the week. You can click here to see all past livestream archives and scheduled streams. This way everyone can anticipate what’s coming for the week and know when to tune in. If you have suggestions for games you want to see us stream next, leave those ideas down in the comments below!We’ll embed archived versions of each stream after they’re done and if we’re live right now when you’re reading this then you can watch right here.

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