Very well then.
Attention all gamers. You’re face to face, look across the room, challenger is here. THEY are here:
A new gaming business, Fireshark Gaming, is planned for the Village at Greenwich at 21st and Greenwich, and additional locations could come in the future.
The Wichita Eagle reports Fireshark will include two 33-by-20-foot rooms where projectors cast the video game onto the floor and walls. Players stand in the room and operate characters or objects in the game using tablets.
Man, talk about virtual anything, Poker with tanks or bows and arrows, swords and daggers, skullduggery slinky in the shadows spy techs.
I can just see this being carried outside by the gamers. Broken tablets litter the sidewalks, bloody noses, cracked skulls and – wait for it – gamer handicappers tearing up wagering strips and paying exurbanite prices for seats in viewing rooms.
There is no detail on the amenities offered by the business, but a health and unhealthy bar wouldn’t be out of line, maybe even a smoking room for observers. Organized crime could rent the building next door and establish a book line.
Stars can be born; best character, longest lived character. Sons and daughters can be created anew in their alter egos and strut the local H.S. campuses, who knows Nation wide.
Even after, I suppose, the lovely starlet of sex strikes the moon proves to be male.
From the reaches,