Kyle Melnick from VR Scout went through Ghostbusters: Dimension in New York City and survived! Read about his experience below:
I was skeptical. I had heard incredible things about The Void, a custom ‘hyper reality’ experience that takes VR to the next level by incorporating real-life objects to interact with in-game. But would this temporary New York City version be just a cheesy-knockoff of the real facility in Utah? Just a lame marketing ploy to get people excited for the Ghostbusters reboot? The short-answer: Absolutely not.
I’ll start by saying how impressive this exhibit was. Located at the infamous Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, the Ghostbusters-themed hall was incredible. Characters in paintings moved slightly as you walked through decrepit halls of a long-abandoned mansion. Wires spark and green ooze drips from walls in a dark alley. An angry spirit attempts to break through the glass of a subway door. The attractions go on. That is until you reach the final portion of the exhibit. This is where the real magic happens. This is where you enter The Void.
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