You possibly can play Penn & Teller’s splendidly uneventful ‘Desert Bus’ in VR
Ask veteran players concerning the least eventful title you possibly can play they usually’ll in all probability point out Desert Bus. The legendary minigame from the unreleased Penn & Teller’s Smoke and Mirrors has you driving from Tucson to Las Vegas on a featureless street… in eight hours of actual time. That will not sound like a lot enjoyable, however it’s thought-about a basic problem — and now, you’ll be able to play it in digital actuality. Shiny Shoe has launched Desert Bus VR, a recreation that allows you to expertise the purposefully unexciting journey by means of an Oculus Rift DK2 headset. Now you can see the bus door whenever you cease for passengers that by no means come, or look behind you if you’re towed again house after a crash.
If in case you have the curiosity (and stamina) to test it out, you solely want a Home windows PC with sufficient horsepower to drive Oculus’ VR gear. And don’t be concerned for those who’d somewhat not immerse your self in monotonous mass transit. In case you’re studying this in mid-November, you watch others drive at Desert Bus for Hope, which is utilizing the unique recreation to boost funds for Penny Arcade‘s Kid’s Play charity.