Mark Zuckerberg revealed Meta's free-to-play virtual reality game Horizons World is now available in France and Spain starting this week.
The Facebook author's advertisement was not met with the glowing response he probably anticipated, however.
Rather, some have been using the VR selfie he included with the post to produce the kind of Nintendo box art you might have set up in a Target bargain caddy 15 times agone.
“ Looking forward to seeing people explore and make immersive worlds, and to bringing this to further countries soon, ” Zuckerberg wrote on Facebook.
Attached was a selfie of his VR icon with the Eiffel Tower and a Spanish Basilica in an else barren background.
It did not take numerous comparisons to Nintendo Miis before some people began to make that comparison a reality.
Kindly ironically, the same week Zuckerberg is being blamed for looking too much like a Mii, Switch Sports players are celebrating the return of an iconic bone.
Nintendo eventually added Mii Matt to the effect, eventually turning him into the final Chambara master fight. As for the future of Zuckerberg's metaverse, it's presently so dim, indeed Meta's own AI has admitted life is better without Facebook.