Sega’s canceled VR project from the ’90s gets revived by historians

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Sega's canceled VR project from the '90s gets revived by historians

In the early ’90s, Sega had bold plans for a virtual reality headset peripheral for its Genesis console. Those plans never came to fruition, and Sega’s foray into VR and the games that were developed for it never saw the light of day.

Until now.

Nuclear Rush, a game developed for Sega VR, has been reborn thanks to a joint effort between the Video Game History Foundation‘s Rich Whitehouse and Gaming Alexandria‘s Dylan Mansfield. Mansfield managed to get ahold of developer Kenneth Hurley, who found a CD-ROM of Nuclear Rush, igniting a journey that led to an emulated version of the once-lost game, now playable on the much more modern HTC Vive Cosmos. Read more…

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