In my last post, I talked about the scientifically sound possibilities that we are actually living in some form of virtual reality and one of those evidences is the mere fact that one day we will be able to achieve an indistinguishable landscaped simulation. Well, we are definitely one step closer.
Enter X Rebirth, a new game that touts exactly that. Here’s a quote from their site, “X Rebirth represents a spectacular new beginning for the X series, offering loyal fans and newcomers alike a vast, vivid and extremely detailed universe to explore throughout the game.” And it’s in those details where I find my excitement. Apparently, everything you see in the game is reachable. No more invisible wall over a simple-to-climb-in-real-life pile of rubble (something that annoyed me with Unchartered). From wandering around between spaceships, to hanging out with the janitor in his closet of mysteries, you can literally go anywhere you want as if you were really living in it.
To give you an example just how explorable and detailed this game will be, check this out: