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7th May '16 4:02:46 PM VicGeorge2011
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* The Day of Wonders in the ''Film/{{Apocalypse}}'' film series takes place within a virtual reality program, mostly consisting of [[WhiteVoidRoom a white room]] with TheAntichrist in it to offer whoever enters it the MarkOfTheBeast, with the alternative being death, usually by [[OffWithHisHead decapitation]].

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* The Day of Wonders in the ''Film/{{Apocalypse}}'' film series takes place within a virtual reality program, mostly consisting of [[WhiteVoidRoom a white room]] with a DigitalAvatar of TheAntichrist in it to offer whoever enters it the MarkOfTheBeast, with the alternative being death, usually by [[OffWithHisHead decapitation]].
7th May '16 3:53:45 PM VicGeorge2011
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* The Day of Wonders in the ''Film/{{Apocalypse}}'' film series takes place within a virtual reality program, mostly consisting of [[WhiteVoidRoom a white room]] with the Antichrist in it to offer whoever enters it the MarkOfTheBeast, with the alternative being death, usually by decapitation.

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* The Day of Wonders in the ''Film/{{Apocalypse}}'' film series takes place within a virtual reality program, mostly consisting of [[WhiteVoidRoom a white room]] with the Antichrist TheAntichrist in it to offer whoever enters it the MarkOfTheBeast, with the alternative being death, usually by decapitation.[[OffWithHisHead decapitation]].
25th Apr '16 4:33:56 PM cb123
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* ''Webcomic/SuspiciousLinks'' has Interspace, where Id Electronica, the being who dragged the main heroine into Interspace, lives.



* ''Webcomic/SuspiciousLinks'' has Interspace, where Id Electronica, the being who dragged the main heroine into Interspace, lives.

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* ''Webcomic/SuspiciousLinks'' has Interspace, where Id Electronica, the being who dragged the main heroine into Interspace, lives.
25th Apr '16 4:33:12 PM cb123
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* ''Webcomic/SuspiciousLinks'' has Interspace, where Id Electronica, the being who dragged the main heroine into Interspace, lives.
5th Apr '16 1:41:04 PM Rorosilky5
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** The Techno Base Zone in ''VideoGame/SonicAdvance2'', and its equivalent Cyber Track Zone in ''Sonic Advance 3'' also fit this. Though the former is Tron-ish, while the latter feels more like the physical insides of a giant computer.

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** The Techno Base Zone in ''VideoGame/SonicAdvance2'', ''[[VideoGame/SonicAdvanceTrilogy Sonic Advance 2]]'', and its equivalent Cyber Track Zone in ''Sonic Advance 3'' also fit this. Though the former is Tron-ish, while the latter feels more like the physical insides of a giant computer.
14th Jan '16 10:20:56 PM Pastykake
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If there are other webizens or hackers in cyberspace (not to mention [[AIIsACrapshoot AI's]] and [[HauntedTechnology ghosts)]], they will either be [[FacelessMasses amorphous gobs of light]], be [[ImpossiblyCoolClothes completely outlandishly dressed]] (or have non-human avatars) because there are no physical limitations, or appear exactly as they would in real life (even wearing the street clothes they were wearing as they logged on).

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If there are other webizens or hackers in cyberspace (not to mention [[AIIsACrapshoot AI's]] AIs]] and [[HauntedTechnology ghosts)]], ghosts]]), they will either be [[FacelessMasses amorphous gobs of light]], be [[ImpossiblyCoolClothes completely outlandishly dressed]] (or have non-human avatars) because there are no physical limitations, or appear exactly as they would in real life (even wearing the street clothes they were wearing as they logged on).
17th Dec '15 9:54:36 AM Sark0TAG
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* The final segment of ''VideoGame/IHaveNoMouthAndIMustScream'' involves the Chinese and Russian supercomputers teleporting AM's victims [[spoiler: the number of which, vary according to how well you helped them out]]; into AM's "RAM-space". It resembles a huge cerebral landscape pockmarked with shards of broken glass lodged in the tissue, occasional bits of machinery, and huge columns representing AM's primary components.
13th Nov '15 6:27:15 AM ChronoLegion
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* An interesting take on the trope in ''Literature/TheHistoryOfTheGalaxy'' book. The terms "cyberspace" and "virtual reality" are separated. Virtual reality is this trope, while cyberspace is something else. Only [[TheCracker cybreakers]] (hackers with many brain implants who can interface with pretty much any device wirelessly) and mnemonics (the government/corporate counterparts to cybreakers). Both are able to perceive the world around them in a way that allows them to see any piece of electronics in the vicinity and [[EverythingIsOnline try to access it using various wireless means]] (e.g. radio, infra-red). Virtual reality is fully immersive by allowing any person to use his or her implant (present since birth) to connect to the [[TheAlternet Interstar]] network. Certain genetically-engineered people are able to do the same by using a special IR-emitting and sensing organ (apparently, most computers in the 'verse have an IR port).
13th Nov '15 6:18:43 AM ChronoLegion
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* ''VideoGame/SpaceQuest'': There's a part in the 6th game where Roger enters Virtual Reality to dig up some dirt on BigBad Sharpei. It resembles an abandoned construction site crossed with an ill-maintained archive of musty paperwork.

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* ''VideoGame/SpaceQuest'': There's a part in the 6th game where Roger enters Virtual Reality to dig up some dirt on BigBad Sharpei. It resembles an abandoned construction site crossed with an ill-maintained archive of musty paperwork. paperwork and UsefulNotes/MicrosoftWindows.
13th Nov '15 5:51:24 AM ChronoLegion
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* ''Literature/ReadyPlayerOne'' is focused on the virtual world of Oasis, originally conceived as a next-gen MMO game using a VR headset that uses low-power lasers to project the image onto the user's retina (thus making the user "see" everything without the tunneled way we see things on a computer screen) and haptic gloves that allow the user to control his or her character and receive touch feedback. Eventually, Oasis grew to contain thousands upon thousands of worlds, to the point where the terms "Oasis" and "the Internet" are interchangeable. The protagonist attends school exclusively through VR and loves it, especially since he doesn't have to deal with bullies in RealLife (the school planet is a non-[=PvP=] zone, meaning fighting is not allowed, so all bullies can do is hurl insults, but muting them is an easy counter).
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