Virtual Reality is often seen as a solo experience and indeed, a lot of VR games on the market right now are just that.
Players are locked away from the real world, heads encased in a plastic helmet, arms twirling and pointing at imaginary targets. To any bystanders without the luxury of a share screen to look at, the whole thing definitely looks a bit silly. But for those inside the helmet? Well, it’s a new frontier of gaming, a way of immersing yourself in video games unlike any other, so it’s a shame that it’s still rather tricky to experience this as a group.