While you patiently await the arrival of your HTC Vive virtual reality headset, you can get a new look at what the gaming experience will be like. Polygon has posted a walkthrough of Aperture Labs Robot Repair Center, a VR game set in Valve's Portal universe that puts you inside Aperture Labs so you can perform, you guessed it, repairs on robots.
Unsurprisingly, it seems Valve has a hidden joke or two in the game. Keep an eye on the phone early in the walkthrough.
Robot Repair Center isn't the only game set in Aperture Science bound for the HTC Vive. Valve will also be showing off demos set at Aperture Labs at GDC 2016.
If you haven't already, you can pre-order the Vive directly from HTC for $799.
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