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Sport Sega: Developers get never published VR game from the 90s to work

11:30  24 november  2020
11:30  24 november  2020 Source:   t3n.de

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Another Sega VR -era game programmer, Alex Smith, confirmed that the team working on Outlaw Racing never even went hands-on with a headset prototype before its The resulting emulator and a pair of compiled Nuclear Rush ROMs are available for download and testing from the VGHF article.

In 1991 video game giant Sega tasked its engineers with creating what would have been the first consumer Though the Sega VR never hit store shelves, its development is a fascinating engineering story of Would the VR bubble of the 90 s have still burst? Or would be looking at a whole different

In the early 90s, Sega developed virtual reality glasses for the Megadrive. The product never came onto the market, but at least you can now play one of the games developed for it on modern VR glasses.

So sollte Sega VR aussehen. © Video Game History Foundation This is what Sega VR should look like.

In 1993, Sega presented its own VR glasses that were to be used in combination with the Megadrive. The glasses should cost only $ 200. A remarkably low price for the time. But nothing came of it. The project was crushed and the games developed for the VR platform disappeared into oblivion. Decades later, it is now possible to play one of these early VR games for the first time.

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That game was pure stress. I loved it. The DK2 " VR " had joypad movement - was hard to stomach. As long as we're being fair, though; Sega copied those gameplay mechanics from the likes of Amnesia and Outlast. It's become a genre of its own; the "hide from the invincible enemy" survival horror.

The Sega Genesis will forever be an absolutely essential part of my childhood. I had over 60 games for the system growing up, countless controllers and Life as a Genesis kid in the 90 s was great and now, thanks to the power of VR , it doesn’t just have to be a memory. Rather than simply simulating a large

The game Nuclear Rush was developed by the Futurescape Productions studio. Gaming archivists were able to secure the source code of the game through its co-founder. The team from the non-profit Video Game History Foundation then developed an Sega VR emulator for Windows and published it on GitHub. If you have VR glasses, you can now actually play Nuclear Rush as it was originally intended.

Sega VR: The feel of the game was supposedly too realistic

Sega is said to have justified the discontinuation of the VR project at the time with the fact that the feel of the game was too realistic and people were afraid that players could get injured by walking around. However, the emulation raises certain doubts about this thesis. Presumably Sega was simply not convinced of the quality in the end or the production turned out to be significantly more expensive than originally expected. After all, the VR glasses VFХ- $, introduced in 1995 and intended for use with PCs, cost around $ 700 at the time, while VR glasses for arcade use were significantly more expensive.

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This is interesting!