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Friday, November 22, 2019
In my acknowledgments in Shark Station, I mentioned a VR game called Ocean Rift and how my playing of the game greatly increased my understanding of the emotions and feelings Allie and the other characters could have under the sea. Well, today I’m sharing with you some of the video footage I took while in-game. I purposely chose ones that relate to specific scenes in Shark Station like the Mola mola swim, the deep sea, and Allie and her friends’ swim with Jagger. Ocean Rift VR is still my favorite VR game and I play it whenever I have time. If you’re into gaming and have an Oculus Rift headset or Samsung Gear VR, I highly recommend trying it. One of the best and most unique things about the game is that the animals behave differently for every habitat you enter. I like it because you never know when you’ll discover a new creature or one may come up to surprise you. Anyway, below you’ll find the video compilation of scene reenactments from Shark Station. I hope you enjoy!
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Friday, November 1, 2019
Unlike Oceania, Shark Station wasn’t built with all the comforts of a land-dwelling life. Shark Station is more rustic in origin and food is limited to what can be stored for long periods of time or what can be obtained from the sea. So, to give you a taste (pun not intended) of what Dylan, Allie, and their friends had for choices to eat while on the station, see a sample of the Shark Station Dining Menu below.