Bother's me? Not in the least. But it is silly, considering it's something that him and possibly a few other... "extreme VR enthusiasts" came up with it to take a dig at the way 99% of games are played as if playing video games on a television in 2018 is old-fashioned and playing games on VR headsets is the new standard.
He's likely right that vr or something akin to it will be the new standard way to play games relatively in the near future so I don't consider it a dig at all. Early adapters always talk as if what they're doing is the normal.