Dragon Ball Z VR “Become A Super Saiyan!”

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Japanese toymaker Megahouse have attempted to cash in on the virtual reality craze with “BotsNew Characters VR Dragon Ball Z”, a virtual reality headset that will allow users to see what it would be like to fight like a Super Saiyan, certain to have hardcore fans giddy despite it likely being a poorly designed gimmick utilizing the popularity of the beloved Dragon Ball Z.

A PV for the toy, which comes with finger-mounted sensors and software for a smartphone:

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The BotsNew Characters VR Dragon Ball Z can be purchased in June for ¥12,960, surprisingly cheap for a virtual reality device (though it is of course expected to be of significantly lower quality than the likes of the Oculus or PlayStation VR).


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    Comment by Anonymous
    15:07 16/04/2017 # ! Neutral (+0.2)

    Holy shit I love the future

    Comment by Anonymous
    05:02 17/04/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    So whats with that white kid in the commercial? And basically its one vr app but theyre charging a whole vr headset for it? Sounds like a ripoff for one gimmick

    Comment by Anonymous
    11:14 17/04/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    American child more powerful than Japanese adult? Makes sense.

    Comment by Anonymous
    18:38 16/04/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    Good on him. :)
    And I meant that in a NON sarcastic way.
    Every man has the right to keep the kind, brave, idealistic innocent little boy inside who believes he can make the world a better place alive.
    'Tis most noble to keep one's boyhood dreams alive.
    Good on him. :)

    Comment by Anonymous
    14:00 16/04/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    I mean the PV shows it to just be a mount for your phone, not an actual VR device... Which is something you can get at any store that sells tech for 15-20 bucks. And the hand sensors can't be that high of quality. All for over $100? This is the kind of thing that could kill VR, people will see these sorts of cash outs and think that it is all that VR has to offer.

    Comment by Anonymous
    12:30 16/04/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    lol that's funny



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