Virtual Reality (VR) was once a pipe dream. Something that seemed impossible outside of science fiction. The closest thing to VR that we could find was typically found in big budget arcades in the form of on-rail shooters or racing games. There have been advancements in VR, such as vehicles moving while you turn, rumble, and surround sound to help with the immersion. However, VR for home use has seemed out of reach until recently - with the rise of mobile headsets and more mainstream and powerful setups like the HTC Vive, PlayStation VR, and the Oculus Rift.