Your Friday Briefing : New York State, Presidential Elections, Future of Virtual Reality

New York - The future of New York City is yet to come, and a developer deal is currently going on with a team. Many are waiting for some action in N.Y. State, because there is not much to do in the cities provided. Times Square is the most exciting news we have received so far for an update, but we don't now much yet.

Developing Story

Presidential Elections - NUSA is beginning preparations for Elections in July, and the three main politicians are Youtube910 (I), Ozzymen (D), and King_ fruitsz (D). They all seem to have crimes, but in this world, if you have the money you have a way of winning these days. Political campaign contributions have been destroying the political process, and even in our real lives. A representative democracy never looks bright. Even though the Republican Party seems to be no where in sight in NUSA.

Side Note : There is a California Primary for the Democrats on June 7th, which could decide the ultimate nominee for the Democratic Party. Remember to vote!

Oculus Rift on Roblox

ROBLOX - Roblox has changed so much since it started in 2006, and now virtual reality is starting to pave the way for a new way to play. Many have still not hopped on board yet to this type of platform due to its pricing and its over-powered laptops that are needed to use them. The Oculus Rift alone start at 600 US$, and the high-end laptops needed start at 1,000 US$. It may not be popular now, but it may be later on.

That's all for today. Hope to see you tomorrow!

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