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20th Mar '18 12:25:00 PM BoredAtWork
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Consult the VirtualRealityIndex for media that makes use of cyberspace in RealLife.
18th Mar '18 2:20:28 PM nombretomado
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* ''TabletopGame/{{Shadowrun}}'' has the Matrix, which plays this to its conclusion as nerds obviously would. Systems can use the default {{Tron}}-inspired iconography, but can be programmed to be anything; libraries with books for files and librarians for security to overgrown jungle ruins with treasures for files and angry natives for security. Deckers in turn can be anything from underage wizards with wands and glasses to BFG-toting commandos. Which leads to the awesome possibilities of {{Rambo}} clones getting their asses kicked by librarians or teenage wizards disabling angry natives with butterscotch syrup.

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Shadowrun}}'' has the Matrix, which plays this to its conclusion as nerds obviously would. Systems can use the default {{Tron}}-inspired ''Franchise/{{Tron}}''-inspired iconography, but can be programmed to be anything; libraries with books for files and librarians for security to overgrown jungle ruins with treasures for files and angry natives for security. Deckers in turn can be anything from underage wizards with wands and glasses to BFG-toting commandos. Which leads to the awesome possibilities of {{Rambo}} clones getting their asses kicked by librarians or teenage wizards disabling angry natives with butterscotch syrup.



* ''Roleplay/DCNation'' used this during the "J" plot. Jericho had been trapped in there for a decade with a crazy {{Technopath}}. When Jericho tried to get help, Oracle mistook him for a hacker. Queue Joey's powers misfiring and bringing Barbara into cyberspace. And ''then'' Babs realizes that there's no interface to bother with ''and'' that she's no longer in a wheelchair, making her twice as scary as she was as either Batgirl or Oracle...Babs describes it as a cross of {{Tron}} and Film/TheMatrix.

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* ''Roleplay/DCNation'' used this during the "J" plot. Jericho had been trapped in there for a decade with a crazy {{Technopath}}. When Jericho tried to get help, Oracle mistook him for a hacker. Queue Joey's powers misfiring and bringing Barbara into cyberspace. And ''then'' Babs realizes that there's no interface to bother with ''and'' that she's no longer in a wheelchair, making her twice as scary as she was as either Batgirl or Oracle...Babs describes it as a cross of {{Tron}} ''Franchise/{{Tron}}'' and Film/TheMatrix.''Film/TheMatrix''.
21st Feb '18 7:15:32 PM vexusdylandasecond
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* ''WebAnimation/DSBTInsaniT'': This is the premise of episode 6, [='VRcade'=]
2nd Feb '18 12:30:36 AM fludd
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* Shows up often in the various animations by Creator/JamesFranzen, especially in the works that may be connected by this theme.
29th Jan '18 10:45:01 AM Adven1966
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* ''VideoGame/ClarencesBigChance'': You can travel into Clarence's computer and do quests on the internet.
8th Nov '17 9:46:37 AM valar55
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* Creator/KenAkamatsu has a way of depicting the internet as an endless ocean ala his first work ''Manga/AILoveYou'' and later work ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima''. Tuna is a dos attack...

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* Creator/KenAkamatsu has a way of depicting the internet as an endless ocean ala his first work ''Manga/AILoveYou'' and later work ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima''. Tuna is a dos DOS attack...
30th Oct '17 10:39:22 PM Sabrewing
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* The ''VideoGame/PanzerDragoon'' series uses this in the later installments as the protagonists, along with their dragons, are digitized into a global network known as Sestren.
17th Oct '17 10:38:31 AM superkeijikun
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* The anime series ''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline'', originally a 2001 novel, revolves around the concept. It takes place in a {{Virtual Reality}} {{Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game}} (VR MMORPG), where thousands of players immerse their consciousness completely within a virtual reality, but remain trapped there for several years, being forced to adapt to the new virtual environment.

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* The anime series ''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline'', originally a 2001 novel, revolves around the concept. It takes place in a {{Virtual Reality}} {{Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game}} (VR MMORPG), where thousands of players immerse their consciousness completely within a virtual reality, but remain trapped there for several years, being forced to adapt to the new virtual environment. Subsequent story arcs take place in different VR MMO games, but without the dangers from having one's consciousness trapped in the game.
8th Jul '17 4:10:43 AM Luppercus
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* ''Series/VR5'' was a kind of obscure not very succesful 90s show about this trope that only lasted one season.
3rd Jun '17 10:05:09 AM nombretomado
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* In the ''WhateleyUniverse'', being able to dive into cyberspace is Merry's best power. It turns out she's not the only one who can do it, though, and one of the others is trying to kill everyone...

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* In the ''WhateleyUniverse'', ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'', being able to dive into cyberspace is Merry's best power. It turns out she's not the only one who can do it, though, and one of the others is trying to kill everyone...
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