On this week's VR the Champions, join Michael, Ryan, Gavin, and Jeremy on a quest to slay zombies. However, these are not your ordinary zombies. They are extremely pixelated and incredibly unrealistic zombies. That won't stop the gang from having a good time though! Who would have thought running in place to move would cause so much entertainment
Join Jack as he dives into the world of Accounting. Get ready for a world that could only be described as, "unique, "different," and, "totally fucked up." It's a world that could truly only be created by the minds behind The Stanley Parable and Rick and Morty. Get ready for this trip...
Slender Tots - Affected: The Manor - VR The Champions
Trevor, Geoff, Jeremy, Ryan
VR The Champions is back for some Halloween fun with the horror VR experience, Affected: The Manor. Trevor suits up and walks through a haunted Manor, complete with creepy children, icky portraits, and classic jump scares.
On this week's episode of VR the Champions, Michael and Ryan get up close and personal with the state of Arizona. The vast desert plains, broken down cars, abandoned building. Oh, and did I mention zombies? Lots and lots of zombies. Don't worry though, the guys are great at murdering little zombies, and they have proven that time and time again. So grab your favorite soda pop and some lightly salted popcorn because this is one hell of a ride.
January 7, 2017
Arizona Sunshine Part 2
Look. In Arizona, there's a four-step process to dealing with zombies.
Step one: put on your virtual reality virtual VR goggles you VR champion, you!
Step two: shoot their legs off.
Step three: pop them right in the face.
Step four: glitch-walk your way over to the corpse and try your best to perform an A+ tea-bag.
Steps one through three should be pretty easy. With that last one, just try your best. I understand you don't have full control of your body, but this is a very important Arizona custom! If you want to fully soak in this Arizona Sunshine, it's important you glitchbag those zombies!
This week in VR the Champions: Ryan, Jeremy and Gavin get to put on "Secret Agent Caps" and experience Black Hat Cooperative. I mean, what could go wrong? It's not like the guys have a hard time listening to each other or following directions or anything. They got this!
Tonight in VR the Champions: Michael dives into his secret spy roots and attempts to eliminate robots while searching for a super top secret job application to approve. You just need to watch to understand...
Kent got sick and didn't come in to work today, so there's no written description for VR the Champions. So here comes the clueless description writer to come save the day. It's VR time, baby! Jeremy, Ryan, and Jack are ready to feed some burgers to some zombies. Maybe some pizza? I don't know. That's what I was able to gather from the first few minuites. Whoa! Why isn't Jeremy licensed to sell these food products? That's highly irresponsible. Come on, Jeremy. Why does that guy get double lettuce?
On this week's VR the Champions, join Ryan, Michael, Jeremy, and Jack as they Play Diner Duo. The art of cookery is harder to master than you think. The skill of slicing a cucumber or grilling a burger can lead to more frustration than you would realize. Good thing there's pie though. Gotta keep all those customers happy, and throwing pie at them is by far the best way to do it. Who doesn't like pie?
Hey kids! It's VR the Champions in another fucking zombie shooter. But this isn't just any fucking zombie shooter. This one has drinking! Down some shots (in the game) and have fun seeing double! Since this is Achievement Hunter, the drinking started happening outside of the game too. Now Michael and Jeremy are super drunk. In the game, they're probably seeing quadruple. Get it? Ha ha! Description's got jokes!
In this week's episode of VR the Champions, it's time for the guys to get their inner drunk on (which should be pretty easy for Achievement Hunter). Ryan, Gavin, and Michael play Drunkn Bar Fight and learn that sometimes the key to fighting success is just tons of alcohol.
This week in VR the Champions, Jack gets to play Escape VR: The Basement. In this righties-are-righty virtual world, the ability to not use your left hand can make things tricky...especially since Jack is left handed. Escape may not be likely - the roomba has been stuck there forever...
With October coming to a close, it was only right for Achievement Hunter to get in as many last-minute scares as possible. Outlast may be spooky, but nothing has made Achievement Hunter poop their pants in terror quite like Emily Wants to Play in VR. It even made poor editor Kent editor jump out of his seat! Join Michael, Ryan and Gavin for this terrifying experience.
This week on VR the Champions, it's time to become one with the hamster. Your furry little buddies are not very bright and certainly not death proof. Sure, you're supposed to save them, but you can also set them on fire or dunk them in pools of acid. The choice is yours, you hook-handed little devil.
In today's episode of VR the Champions, Ryan gets a chance to become the newest secret agent of the universe. He uses his super secret set of skills to debunk mysteries and solve puzzles. Honestly, Ryan probably just became a secret agent to impress our special guest, NoahJ456.
Ryan, Gavin, and Jeremy, the VR Champions, accept a new task in the horrible place... of a cubicle. Can they simulate a real job and then come out alive?!
April 12, 2016
Ryan, Gavin, Jeremy, Michael
Tonight, in VR the Champions: Gavin drinks a fluid, Ryan wears a hat, and Michael pulls a thing. Achievement Hunter straps on their HTC Vive, enters virtual reality, and fulfills their dreams of running a chop shop and destroying people's cars!
May 14, 2016
Gavin, Jeremy, Michael, Geoff
Gavin, Michael and Jeremy fool around with hotdogs and roman candles in the latest playthrough of Job Simulator.
June 18, 2016
Gavin, Michael, Ryan, Jeremy
This week on VR the Champions. Join the AH gang as they practice their culinary skills in Job Simulator: Chef.
Jeremy, Ryan, Michael, and special guest Chad from ScrewAttack get to practice their inner monster and go smashy smash on some buildings and people. It's like VR King Kong...except a little more cartoon like...
Being a hero. It's not easy for everyone, but when it comes to Ryan Haywood and Jeremy Dooley, they make it look easy. Their mission - rescue all the cute things. And if they accept it, they will go down in history as the worlds greatest rescuties.
Alright Morty. Here's what we're gonna do, Morty. First, I'm going to duplicate every last Morty molecule in your body and make a Morty, clone, Morty. Then I'm going to teleport its consciousness half way[?] across the galaxy. Now you see, Morty, there's going to be a stupid, empty clone of you sitting right here. Now I'm going to rent out the use of this vacant Morty body to these morons called "Achievement Hunter." They're really into us - you and me, Morty. They like us so much, they, they want to be us, Morty. In their reality, Morty, they think they're just playing some stupid virtual reality game. "Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-Ality" they call it. But in our real, not virtual-reality reality, Morty, they're actually really here in the garage with us. You get all that, Morty? No, of course you didn't. You're about as dumb as they come, Morty. Just - just watch the video, Morty. Hopefully it'll all make sense.
April 22, 2017
Ooooooooohweeeee. Hey guys. It's me! Descrippy Joe. I'm the guy you call when you need a Rick and Morty-based description because boy howdy, I'll sure write you one right here right now right away. I know there's Rick. He's the scientist guy. And then there's Morty. He, he's that little nervous guy, right? I don't know. I didn't have a chance to watch the video. You wouldn't believe how many calls I've been getting to write descriptions since this Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality game came out. I can barely keep up with my workload. I guess I could work late into the night, watching every single moment of virtual reality shenanigans that every Rick and every Morty in every video get up to. But Descrippy Joe has standards, and I believe in a healthy work/life balance. So here it is - my video description of this here Achievement Hunter Rick and Morty VR play time. Oooooohweeeeee. It's, it's, it's a video.
April 26, 2017
Hey hey hotdogs, kids. It's me, your best pal Goopy Gleb. Descrippy Joe's wife just left him, and he's on pretty hard times right now. I thought I'd take a crack at this whole description writing thing. Right now right here. Flying on an airplane. Writing descriptions. Saying, "Hey hey hotdogs," to any kids walking by. That's, that's kind of my thing. You know, your pal Rick has a bunch of cool catchphrases too. But he, he definitely doesn't say "Hey hey hotdogs," when kids pass by. That's just not his thing, man. It's mine. Hey hey now. Speaking of Rick, you wanna see more of him and Morty and clone Morty Ryan get into some virtual reality fun? Because hey hey hotdogs, that's exactly what you're about to get. Again, didn't watch the video. I'm not on a plane anymore, by the way. Just helping Descrippy Joe out. Send him your love by telling him it'll be okay. Send him your love by telling him his descriptions are great. And hey hey hotdogs, watch this video 5, 10, a billion times. That'll make Descrippy Joe really happy. We'll kids, it's been fun. But ol Goopy Gleb's gotta run.
On today's episode of VR the Champions, the boys get to enter the world of the matrix. Well not really, but slow-mo bullets flying by your head is totally a thing in Superhot. Join Ryan, Jeremy, Michael, and special guest Frank the Dungeon Master as they dip, dive, dodge, duck, and dodge bullets, knives, and shurikens in this VR epicness.
On this episode of VR the Champions, join Ryan, Michael, Jeremy, and special guest Etika as they delve into the world of hacking. Watch them bip all sorts of bad shit in virtual reality worlds and rescue users who are trapped by the glitch. What is the glitch you ask? Really bad shit...