We've seen 24-hour gaming marathons before, but this particular story is slightly different. A YouTuber by the name of SwankyBox, who is said to be a "huge" fan of the Nintendo 64 classic, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, recently cut himself off from the real world and spent hours exploring the 64-bit land of Hyrule - while working his way through dungeons, watching the sunset (in-game, of course) and scouting out a safe and quiet spot to sleep in order to get a good night's rest.
In case you're wondering, this VR experience is running on a modified version of the original Nintendo 64 game. While it's certainly not perfect, it was enough to get the job done - as he was even able to do push-ups on the top of Death Mountain (what an experience!). He also took some time to see what it was like to ride Epona and fish in VR. Take a look below:
While we wouldn't recommend trying this out, if you are interested in getting up close with the land of Hyrule, you can always try out Nintendo's official Labo VR support in the Switch title, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. That's if you can handle it for more than a few minutes.
What do you think of this VR experiment? Would you want to live in Hyrule for 24 hours? Comment down below.