VR nostalgia with Oculus Rift running Duke Nukem 3D

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The Oculus Rift is being put through its paces on many games, and this time it's Duke's turn.

VR has many exciting applications it could be used for, and is currently being developed for, but the one we hear of the most is for gaming. The immersion the headset must give to some of the world's favourite games must be second to none.

Over on Fred Wood's YouTube Channel he and his Lone Star friends put the headset to work with the classic 1996 release, Duke Nukem 3D.

Whilst it's not as impressive as newer games the headset has been fully integrated to, it's still pretty cool to see. Thanks, dsogaming.com.

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