Is virtual reality too pricey for you to dive into? Fret not, VR-themed arcades are slowly becoming a thing.
Japan is host to the latest iteration. Beginning December 16, the fourth floor of an Adores arcade in Shibuya, Tokyo will be turned into a VR arcade with nine different games to try. Players will pay 3,200 yen ($40, AU$50, £30) for unlimited access to each game for 70 minutes.
VR is exciting, but it's also expensive. The Oculus Rift and HTC Vive cost $600 and $800 respectively, and VR-ready PCs will cost a minimum of $1,000. Console gamers have the option of PSVR which, with a PS4 console, will cost around $800.
The offerings at Shibuya's VR Park include some Hollywood-inspired titles, including Ghost Attackers VR, a Ghostbusters-style team game, and Dive Hard VR.