glasseye - 2011-09-06 Painfully 90s and painful ACTING!
YakooMarkTwo - 2011-09-06 "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 - 2011-09-06 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 - 2011-09-06 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!"
Rudy - 2011-09-06 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.
THA SUGAH RAIN - 2011-09-06 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 - 2011-09-06 let me guess. it costs two sega genesis and a 00 dollar helmet
hammsangwich - 2011-09-06 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.
sosage - 2011-09-07 Physically, it is a much better concept than the Virtual Boy. No stand and it actually attaches to your head.