There are four gaming booths available. The ‘Earthquake’ booth has two screens and moving floors and can be played by two players.

There are four gaming booths available. The ‘Earthquake’ booth has two screens and moving floors and can be played by two players.

VR car racing is also available and two car seats are set up at the back of the room.

If you are watching others play there are plenty of sofas to relax on, a table football and arcade game to play.

Each session lasts for one hour and there is no chance of boredom with so much on offer.

Next door is a fantastic cafe with toys and high chairs for the littlest visitors.

We booked a one hour session online, the website recommends that the activities are suitable from age 8 onwards and I would absolutely agree. Although I hadn’t booked Summer, who is 5, any activities the staff were fantastic and allowed her to try out a few and although she was delighted she was still a little bit too young.

She doesn’t have any gaming experience and struggled for a while with the controls, she also couldn’t reach the pedals on the car so for this attraction I would trust the age guide.

Kaiden, on the other hand, is 15 and was in his element. He’s already planned his next visit!

The environment is very relaxed, due to the booking system only visitors who have booked are in attendance so it was never busy with people coming and going.

If you want to experience gaming in a new and interactive environment then Showcase VR is highly recommended.

A word to the wise; If you get car sick, VR cars won’t be for you. If you suffer from motion sickness you can request the treadmill and car motion are turned off. I lasted less than one minute on the car before I had to jump off!

You can find out more and access their bookings here