A virtual vacation with a virtual tour guide isn’t exactly what you’d expect to get in a box.
And that’s what Nintendo’s virtual reality product line, the Virtual Touring Gear, offers, with virtual tours that can be customized to the user’s preferences and preferences.
But it’s not just about virtual tours.
For $50, the Wii U Virtual Tour is the ultimate Nintendo VR headset, with four different virtual reality viewing experiences, all available at launch.
That’s a lot of different things to get to see, all with the same price tag.
Here are some things to know about the Virtual Traveling Gear:Virtual Touring gear is a bit like a Virtual Tour.
You can choose which viewing experience you want, and you can even customize the size of your view and the amount of time you’ll see it.
You’ll also be able to take a virtual vacation from home or anywhere, and customize the content of the virtual vacation.
This includes taking pictures and videos, or even watching the virtual tour with a friend.
It also includes a 3D view of the tour.
The Virtual Tour features a small screen that you can view in portrait or landscape orientation, but not both.
The tour also features a microphone for voice and text communication.
If you’d like to customize the virtual experience, you can set the screen size, refresh rate, and video resolution, and all the settings.
You also get a large, rotating display that can zoom in and out, adjust brightness, and pan around the screen.
You can also change the settings of the Virtual Escape room, which you can see with a large rotating display, which is basically a big screen.
If you’d rather watch your favorite video games, or you have a lot to do, the Escape room offers a virtual 3D room, where you can sit and play games.
Virtual Escape is the best option for watching a movie in VR, because you can control the virtual room from a tablet or phone.
The escape room is also the only way to take pictures and video with the Virtual Boy.