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    Ok, I just have to say this. I have read several people complaining about family sharing. Let me try to explain it so maybe you can understand.  VR is an ability to transform reality into fantasy and this type of gaming will be getting more and more amazing.  All of you must understand any of the play stations or Xbox to play with friends they have to purchase the game they are wanting to play.  YES with a system in one household you can play multiple player, but its only one SYSTEM. VR is a single system that you still can still have multiple players, you have to input their names, yes each head set has to have the same game.  Down the road possible chance of sharing?  Who knows. Still to be able to play inside the game is remarkable and 10 years ago unheard of, be excited and yes does it cost to have this technology absolutely.  Everyone is lucky they didn't pay 1000 for one headset, at least its somewhat affordable for some.  Be prepared in 5 years to be blown away of what you will be able to do.  So those thinking to get rid of them DO NOT, just buy maybe 2 games a month and build the library of games.  Do it slowly more affordable.  Just my 2 cents.
    December 2020
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