Video games are famous for taking us away to different worlds. Games like Tomb Raider, Uncharted, and Assassin’s Creed take the concept of adventure to its logical extreme. But the fact remains: no matter how epic the game is on screen, it’s still just working through that little controller. Honestly, sometimes that’s for the best.
But anyone who knows The Adventure Bureau knows that the best way to have an adventure is to get up and do it. Painting a picture, kayaking whitewater, and getting on stage for a play all demand movement and reward you with real, tactile feedback. Video games are fun, but they could be better.
What if games, instead being on your TV, happened in your hands? What if exploring a rotting haunted house meant getting up and walking around, your heart beating heavy in your chest? What if you and three friends got together to fight a dragon?
Enter, THE VOID.
The VOID is a truly immersive video-gaming experience. By hosting their games on location, the creators of this content can ensure that every little detail makes it into the player experience. Whether it’s realistic rain from sprinklers on the ceiling or a burst of hot air when a dragon first roars in your face, The VOID is about one thing only: putting you in the center of the action.
VOID is short for Vision of Infinite Dimensions. The name is fitting, given their lofty goals. But the early signs are all good. The new benchmark for video gaming might be landing in Lindon, Utah this year. For more information, head on over to THEVOID.com and get exploring. There is more than enough to see on their site. If that sounds like too much work, just watch that video a second time. You know you want to.