Starting October 1, 2021, you and five other government agents will be unleashed in the MIB headquarters, where you will be invited to engage in all manner of high jinks and intergalactic silliness. Based on the trailer, the plot involves a group of rookie agents who are tasked with ensuring that an alien royal family called the Zarthanians is escorted safely back to their home planet. Besides, can you fight octopus aliens? It sounds like the kind of fun you don’t want to have immediately erased from your brain as soon as it’s over. And we can expect it to be fairly consistent with the tone of the “MIB” movies, especially since the CEO and co-founder of Dreamscape is Walter Parkes, the executive producer of “Men In Black”.
Of course, we don’t want him to be too loyal either. The most recent entry into the franchise, “Men in black: international, “was certainly not our favorite of the suites, and as we learned from the “Harry Potter” Virtual Reality Experience which debuted in New York City in July 2021, breaking away from intrigue can be a good thing when it comes to VR.
So what do we really want to see? As many aliens as is humanly possible.
What made the first “Men In Black” special was its crazy alien design paired with its dry humor. If Dreamscape can fill this royal family plot with as many wild aliens as possible, and maybe even make us laugh while we kill them, it would be absolutely worth fighting the LA traffic to make it happen.
Not in LA? Fear not, “Men in Black: First Assignment” will eventually hit Dreamscape sites in Texas, Ohio, and the United Arab Emirates.