Back in 2016, we covered the launch of 3DNES, an emulator that took the 2D data of an NES game and rebuilt it in the wonders of three dimensions. Well, the little bit of software is still going and has just received one of its most intriguing updates - support for VR! Yes, you'll now be able to experience the likes of Super Mario Bros. 3 in all its 3D glory from either an Oculus Rift or a HTC Vive headset.

Developer Geod Studio has actually been attempting to patch in VR support for a while now, as well as working to improve the overall look of each emulated game when reconstructed in the framework of 3D. You can download and try a free demo (including VR support) right now, or pop the studio a quick $10 on Itch.io.

Are you into your VR? Would the colliding worlds of Nintendo and virtual reality be enough for you to try it out? Drop us a comment, or two, below...

[via geod.itch.io]