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Too sick to stand: What it's like to ride the first VR video game roller coaster

Virtual reality roller coasters are certainly cool, but are they really the future of theme parks? Whose bright idea was it to strap a vomit-inducing virtual reality headset to people's faces and then flip them upside down at 55 miles per hour? It's certainly not my idea of fun, but in the spirit of Halloween and all the thrills that come with it, Samsung and Six Flags debuted Rage of the Gargoyles, one of the first virtual reality coasters with a video game built into the ride.
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