Because I was a little bit bored, perhaps even a little tired I decided to compose a fictional account depicting what would happen if Doc Brown from “Back To The Future” travelled through time and encountered the PlayStation VR for the first time. Oh and if this is the you’re first visit to this site I can only apologize. My content is normally a little bit better than this.
Good day sir and welcome to the PlayStation VR exhibition. Would you care test one of our new, exciting products that replicates an environment with artificially generated sensory stimulations, that allows users to interact with with immersive hilarity?
Things have certainly changed around here.
Oh really sir, how so?
I remember when this was all EA as far the eye could see. Old man Peabody owned all of this. He had this crazy idea about breeding identical products, repackaged as completely new an original material. Oh well I’ve finally made it. I’ve finally done it. I’ve made it to the future!
You certainly have sir, and the future is PlayStation!
What is this thing this young lady is wearing on her face?
Oh that’s a VR machine.
Of course ocular protection! Because of all the nuclear fallout from the console wars.
No umm…. Dr Emmett is it? This is the latest variation of VR for the PlayStation.
It appears to be some kind of portable television studio?!
Actually it’s a virtual reality or VR device that simulates a place, real or fictional for the purposes of education and fun.
There’s that word again, VR?
But why is it so bland?
Listen the way I see it if you’re going to build a VR machine, you may as well do it with some style.
Well I’m sure the designers will take that observation into consideration but for now wouldn’t you like to……
What’s it powered by, plutonium?
Plutonium?! God no. No?!
So how do you generate the necessary 1.21 giga watts required to power VR?
What’s a giga watt?!
Did you enlist the aid of Libyans? Trust me they are difficult business partners.
What are you talking about?! Look we just use regular domestic power sources to produce the requisite energy to power the devices.
So if my calculations are correct, once this baby hits 88 mph you’re going to see some serious shit!
I guess? Look I think you need to leave now before I call security.
Great Scott! I almost forgot why I came here! For you!
Me? I’m going to regret asking this but why me?
It’s you’re hardware Marty. Something has to be done about you’re hardware!
First of all its Ben and what do you mean my hardware?
Now listen. According to my theory, you interfered with Sony’s and Nintendo first meeting. If they don’t meet, they won’t fall in love, they won’t get married and they won’t have consoles. That’s why Atari is disappearing from that photograph. Sega will follow, and unless you repair the damage, PlayStation will be next.
Whoa……now that’s heavy!….And makes absolutely no sense?!