Seriously? This reminds me a little bit of the mobile phone. If you would ask people in the past if they need a mobile phone they all said no. VR will be without a doubt universally the standard in gaming. It's the difference between looking at a relatively small screen and actually being there, you do the math. As for being shut off from the world, most VR glasses already have cameras, altho not so good yet. So you press a button and can see the world. And in gaming, the whole point is partly being shut off from the world and being immersed..... It's just a matter of time when you have good hand tracking with tactile feedback for the mass market and you can actually touch all the buttons in your cockpit. Now you are telling me people will still use their mouse and keyboard and look at a 2d screen, instead of being there and actually touching all the bells and whistles? That doesn't make sense. I understand dovetails choice based on what the community wants and maybe financial reasons, but from a purely technological perspective and curiosity, it is a missed oppurtinity. But again they have good reasons not to invest at the moment. Eventually, VR will come to the masses, devs better prepare and get experience. Devs like rockstar and Valve are already making specific VR titles because they know it's the future.