Penn & Teller VR: Frankly Unfair, Unkind, Unnecessary, & Underhanded
Publisher: Gearbox Publishing
Genre: Interactive Story
FOOL YOUR FRIENDS
Perform 10+ cruel magic tricks (disguised as cutting-edge science) that will leave your loved ones screaming and you cackling maniacally. Demonstrate the healing powers of immersion therapy, test your telekinetic powers, or even guide your soon-to-be-ex friends as they perform The Most Dangerous Act in Showbiz!
PLAY WITH YOURSELF
No friends? We thought so! Strap on your headset and become a high rise grime fighter or a “willing” volunteer in one of Penn & Teller’s acts.
MASTER THE MAGIC
Slip into the virtual shoes of legendary magicians Houdini, Cardini, and Penn Jillette himself and perform your own water escape and card trick—with Penn & Teller as your magical mentors.
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I really love Penn & Teller VR for what it was willing to do differently with a VR headset, something that no ordinary video game can replicate. The headset becomes a magician’s prop, and you the performer. But its welcome wears thin too quickly, its traps, tricks, and inner workings too easily revealed, and gimmicks too often expected. It’s just not the magic of video games that I was hoping for from two of magic’s greatest.