shinjuku and it's onlyjust opened so we thought we would drop in. spread over two expansive floors in tokyo's expensive shinjuku district, vr zone represents a big bet on br being a big winner. this tech, these staff and this postcode don't come cheap. but before we take a look around we've got a hairy situation on our hands. curiosity won't get this cat, not on my watch. i've got to rescue the kitten, which is on the plank. i'm hanging off the end of the edge of a building. it wobbles. holy cats! stay there, kitty. come on! come on! come on! oh, no, the plank‘s fallen. what are you looking at? vr arcades like these are touted as a way for us to experience the best vr has to offer without shelling out for expensive and ever—changing kit, or having to find space in our living rooms. something that is especially relevant here in tightly packed tokyo. to release elver feeling of emotion, each game has its own custom interactive rig. there's the vr fishing rod, bicycle, segway, other self balancing transportation scooters are available, skis, and of course the giant vr robot thumb. i'
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