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If you thought you looked like a goober while playing plastic guitars, you ain't seen nothing yet. Mocap Games promises players a full immersive experience that puts them directly in the game. That isn't necessarily a good thing.


It is a good thing for those who like looking like goobers.

Recently, Mocap Games shows off its motion capture game Sci-Shoota, which puts motion capture type gear on players, headsets, and has them spin around on chairs and walk in place. That's the future of video games, folks, sitting on a chair, covered in gear, and walking in place. Cannot. Wait.

Motion controls can add a lot, but why reinvent the wheel when the wheel works pretty damn well.

MoCap Game's Sci-Shoota VR Game In Action [Arcade Heroes]