Rick and Morty in VR is just as weird and smart as the show

One of the best games from virtual reality’s first year is Job Simulator: The 2050 Archives, a sandbox of experimentation from Owlchemy Labs where players are tasked with performing present-day jobs as interpreted by robots in the near future. The game was a very tongue-in-cheek game whose goofy aesthetic seemed to match and in some ways forgive VR’s early technological foibles. It was the rarest type of video game: a comedy that actually made you laugh.

What Job Simulator lacked, however, was a narrative thread that tied everything together. Fortunately, Owlchemy Labs had a fan in Justin Roiland, the co-creator, writer, and voice actor responsible for one of the funniest, weirdest, and smartest shows on Adult Swim, Rick and Morty.

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Source:: The Verge – Culture Posts

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