Alas, lunch had been already been devoured, so dinner was the only option remaining.
The indoor game facility featured an abundance of stations, each equipped with a monitor, VR headset, headphones, and handheld controller set. The stations adopted the layout of cubicles, but with signficantly greater height and padded walls. A stool and table were allocated for each station, such that belongings could be kept within close reach and other players could observe while anticipating their own turn to participate.
A single accessible washroom could be found at the very back of the game room. Dust lined the countertop and questionable smears gleamed on the toilet seat. Though nowhere near as repulsive as Icha or Pablo (though those two are record-breakers), it could have used a thorough scrub-down.
On the bright side, the team of young adults responsible for the establishment at our time of visit were exceptionally amiable and more than willing to assist in any concerns.
Its unexpected location at World on Yonge makes for a great spot to enjoy some downtime in between meals, and seeing as the realm of virtual reality is relatively unexplored amongst many, the attraction is definitely present.