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The space will have 11 gaming stations in 8-foot by 8-foot spaces, with headsets suspended from the ceiling to give players the maximum range of motion while gaming. Both single and multi-player games will be available in categories including first-person shooter, adventure, puzzles and sports.
Gaming will be available for kids as young as 5 years old in 10, 30, and 60 minute increments. Entry to the room will be an extra cost (yet to be determined).
According to Cope, the goal for opening the virtual reality room, which was formerly a video gaming theatre room, is early August.
"We're very excited to be bringing virtual reality gaming to Dayton," Cope said.
We can assure you, the feeling is mutual.