VR was only becoming more advanced with every passing minute.
As soon as the announcement for Majora's Mask in VR was made at E3, you were jittery with excitement. You had such fond memories of playing it when you were a child, and it still haunted you in some ways to this day. The music. The atmosphere. The themes you were too young to full comprehend back then. It was truly amazing.
Now, holding a copy for your headset, you were filled with utter joy. Pure nostalgia ran through you as you slipped your headset on and booted up. Good thing your parents were away this weekend and you could use the upstairs lounge for this. It was much harder to avoid walking into things like an idiot when you weren't in your cramped bedroom.
When Clock Town surrounded you, you could have cried. Granted, it wasn't like everything looked hyper realistic, and it was clearly a video game you were in. But in a strange way it still felt like you had been submerged fully in this world almost as soon as