arcade games

hello once again internet and welcome to the triumphant return of tech time with Scarlett. todays segment is going to be a bit of a “blast from the past” as we discuss how VR will replenish our need for arcade games
okay lets get the big one outta the way, how is VR (virtual reality) going to change the way we view arcade games, this is to paraphrase a point made by the BBC technology site, link at the end of the post for anyone interested. to sum up for you here is the full story. as we all know or have been told many times, arcade games flourished triumphantly in the 1970’s and 80’s before declining shortly after the first at home video consoles took centre stage during 1983. after this home consoles became very popular, especially since consoles like the Atari, PlayStation and NES consoles were made. however after this advances in virtual reality and with the new oculus rifts and various other assorted consoles, there are now reports from the north American gaming convention known as E3 that there was ” a talk of arcade 2.0 the reboot”
okay guys that just about wraps up this episode, I know it is shorter than I would’ve liked but I was really pressed for time today, I promise to make uploads more frequent but it has been a bit of a hassle to do so. also I wanted to say a big thank you to everyone who has been so supportive towards the website in the comments section, I hope I will continue to amaze and impress you with my witty banter and stylish space pictures. that’s all for now, see you all very soon.
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-36560030

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