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Note: British english

Situation: a Mario Sunshine clone has been made playable on VR. We were playing and amazed by the gameplay and said:

This game is cool. It's like, (pause) playing Mario Sunshine in VR.


or


This game is cool. It's like, (pause) playing Mario Sunshine in VR.


or


This game is cool. It's like, (pause) playing Mario Sunshine in VR. (too much stress for me and impractical on a daily basis unless you are doing a presentation?)



...........................cool.........like.......................Mar.........Sun..................VR.

..........game.................................play.....................-io...........shine

This..............is............it's.....................-ing.........................................in

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