I … wanna play Job Simulator forever.
This digital kitchen I was transported to tricked me without even having me realize I had been duped.
I was tricked into believing.
I microwaved a tomato, served up a beef steak, and cracked many eggs.
This was actually the perfect demo for VR:
the rudimentary and clumsy actions I was performing reminded me of those of a young child that’s first getting to know the world around it.
The one that left the biggest lasting impression with me is probably the kitchen/cooking one… It just felt like a complete joy. Ringing the bell, picking up the various objects, opening the fridge… it all felt incredibly natural and instinctive.
It was riotously funny.
Of the game-like experiences I’ve had with the device, it was the best –
better even than Valve’s own Portal 2 vignette.
My personal favourite was one where I was transported to a kitchen. I cooked in a virtual kitchen, and it felt so unbelievably real.
I threw pots and pans around a robot kitchen, chopped up carrots and mushrooms and then microwaved a bottle of wine (it melted into a twisted cube)… It sounds ridiculous, but
I was grinning like a lunatic the whole time.
The Year Is 2050.
In a world where robots have replaced all human jobs, step into the “Job Simulator” to learn what it was like ‘to job’.
Players can relive the glory days of work by simulating the ins and outs of being a gourmet chef, an office worker, a convenience store clerk, and more.
Learn ‘to job’ with the following *exciting* historical re-creations!
Convenience Store Worker
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