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Desc:Presentation on the never-released Sega VR @ '93 Consumer Electronics Show.
Category:Video Games, Business
Tags:90s, Sega, vaporware, nostalgia attack, sega vr
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Painfully 90s and painful ACTING!
"I thought I'd have to wait 'til I was OLD, like THIRTY, before I could have VR in my home!" ... I suppose that turned out to be true, now, didn't it.
Spit Spingola
I don't even have to watch all of this I'm just giving it five stars because of this guy's shirt.
Spit Spingola
Also the end with the older guy was pure pain. "They didn't tell me anything about how this works so I just have to be a douchebag! Sorry, old guy!"

Pretty sure that's Alan Hunter, one of the original VJs from MTV. Looks like he hooked whatever remained of his brief stardom to the wrong horse. Repeatedly.

Evidently the proof of concept was asking an old man if it hurt. I wonder if the reason it never left the lab was the constant nausea.
cool water sandwich
let me guess. it costs two sega genesis and a 00 dollar helmet
VR is comprised of 99% fractals apparently. The only VR that would be worth while is the kind from Virtuosity (and Married with Children) where you go into a lucid dream state and can nail hot chicks.
Physically, it is a much better concept than the Virtual Boy. No stand and it actually attaches to your head.
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