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Last Chance to Equip Obduction With Oculus Rift

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Max The Magnificent
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HURRAH!
Max The Magnificent   11/16/2013 1:16:33 PM
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I just checked the Kickstarter page -- them made the first Streatch Goal of $1,300,000 -- so that means support for Oculus Rift -- I'm doing my happy dance!!!

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Re: Just what I need..
Max The Magnificent   11/15/2013 12:53:35 PM
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@DrFPGA: Sheesh! Let's raise the stakes a bit...

What? Higher than an alien world? Th ething is that I'm not a big game player -- but I do love games like Myst and Riven where you get to explore alien worlds and solve mental puzzles -- this new Obduction game looks to be amazing -- and if we add support for 3D Virtual Reality in th eform of Oculus Rift ... well, I'm drooling at the thought.

 

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Just what I need..
DrFPGA   11/15/2013 10:45:47 AM
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another way to squander several hours in a video game...

Now if it was a virtual tour of Machu-Pichu maybe it would be worth it, or attending a class 'virtually' where you could interact with the teacher and the other students without being there 'physically'. Maybe even something like a welding class where you could learn to weld virtually (prior to doing it for 'real'? That's what I need not another video game. Sheesh! Let's raise the stakes a bit...

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beautiful game
Caleb Kraft   11/15/2013 10:05:33 AM
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This game looks so amazingly wonderful. I can't wait!

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