The future of gaming is here
SOLDIERS IN World War II explore the deep sea, slay zombies and even take roller-coaster rides above the city. Welcome to the world of adventure that awaits you in HTC Vive, a virtual reality system. With a price tag near US$3,500, fortunate are we that brothers Gregory and Ryan Moore have built a PC and motion stimulators that accommodate the system for a room-scale, extreme realism experience. Theirs is possibly the only one available in the country. The duo stopped by Youthlink to give the team a first-hand encounter and, unreservedly, it is all that.
For starters, the spectator experience is, in itself, quite wholesome. That’s because while you are in game mode fighting terrifying zombies, you are also being looked upon as silly by onlookers who see you fighting thin air and total nothingness. That’s all part of the plan, though; the Moore brothers, who own and operate Str8Games Limited in Sovereign Centre,