We're not sure if the return of technology that never came to fruition can truly be called retro, but we're seriously pondering the question thanks to Sony London Studios chief Mick Hocking. In an interview with Develop, Hocking brought up the head-mounted 3D display (seen above) his company showed off at CES, saying, "We're working with a couple of games at Sony that are experimenting with virtual reality-type experiences." That's right, according to Hocking, virtual reality could be making a comeback. We're looking forward to the games that would spearhead a VR renaissance, but only if we'll get to drench ourselves in revamps of VR Troopers, VR.5 and Lawnmower Man.[/p] Source I can't imagine we'll see in for a few years yet (publically at least) but virtual reality is something that we've all come to expect sooner or later. As long as it doesn't make everyone feel ill like the Virtual Boy did, it could be the next revolution for gaming. Emphasis there on could.