Rick and Morty is a TV series which became hugely popular, having many fans. Besides being a very funny show, it is also the weirdest ever imagined. The show was developed by co-creator Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon. This series is like the strange relationship between Marty McFly and Doc Brown from ‘Back to the Future.’ In this funtastic TV show, Rick Sanchez is an alcoholic genius who is also Morty’s grandfather. Morty is a timid boy who’s always into trouble.
Virtual Rick-ality is bound to attract even more fans than the TV show
Some game developers have noticed the great popularity of the TV show and decided to make a Rick and Morty VR game or a ‘Virtual Rick-ality’ experience which made all R&M fans excited. The virtual reality game puts gamers in the role of a Morty clone who is said to be designed to do Rick;s laundry. This task eventually helps the character learn how to connect with the environment, being entertaining for Rick to watch him in his garage lab.
The game is full of many jokes and lines from the show, but gamers will not be able to explore them from the beginning. When the VR game starts, the player needs to take the dirty laundry to be cleaned without taking too long to do it because the actual Morty and Rick could come and hunt down the clone. After completing the chores, the clone will receive a task regarding an intergalactic delivery where the clone of Morty uses Mr. Messeks clone.
In the Rick and Morty VR game, gamers play Morty’s clone
Mr. Messeks is a new character introduced in the show, but here he is used with a different purpose. He is meant to imitate all the movements the gamer does in VR. This character comes out of a device similar to a Poke Ball used in Pokemon. The Poke Ball can be thrown anywhere the gamer wants, and it may also interact with objects located outside the VR play space.
When playing Virtual Rick-ality, players will identify many mechanical similarities to the very well-known VR for Job Simulator. However, this should not surprise fans since both games were created by Owlchemy Labs. Instead of just cooking, the gamer’s character will have different jobs and chores to accomplish which become exhausting since they all appear to be different battles.
Players will spend much of the time here teleporting and doing chores, the plot being focused on details but not on an intense experience. Would you buy an Oculus Rift device and play this?
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