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Immersion is a series by Rooster Teeth Productions about how well video gaming material works in real life. Season One of Immersion was co-hosted and co-written by Griffon Ramsey and Burnie Burns with Gus taking Griffon's place in Season Two.

Season One starred Gustavo Sorola and Geoff Ramsey as the shows two main participants. Season Two introduced two new lab rats, Michael Jones and Gavin Free, with Barbara Dunkelman and Lindsay Jones added on as assistants for the scientists.

Season OneEdit



Air Date Link
The Video Game Car Burnie and Griffon change up a car for the test subjects to drive in third person. Gus wins because he finished faster and while hitting less obstacles April 5, 2010 1
Online Gaming Distractions

Spec Ops veteran Shane becomes the test subject for what real life combat would be like if online distractions existed. Interestingly enough, with distractions Shane performed slightly better than without.

December 1, 2010 2
Fighting Girl Clothes Using two actresses, Burnie and Griffon test how female fighting clothing from Street Fighter would fare in a real life fight. Everyone wins December 8, 2010 3
Side Scrolling in Real Life

Burnie and Griffon subject Gus and Geoff to a real life sidescroller

Geoff won with 2425 points, Gus had -999

December 15, 2010 4
Video Game Inventory Systems The hosts suit up the test subjects with a lot of stuff and have them race to the finish. Geoff wins December 22, 2010 5
Video Game Foods The hosts get the test subjects drunk, then have them feast to see who will feel better afterwards. Gus wins after Geoff couldn't hold his food in his stomach December 30, 2010 6
Zombie Headshots The test subjects take turns firing weapons at mannequin heads. Geoff won because he was the most accurate January 6, 2011 7
Horde Mode The test subjects defend base against zombie hordes (RTX attendees).  June 17, 2011 8
Behind the Scenes Behind the scenes of Horde Mode March 5, 2012 9

Season TwoEdit

Episode Description Air Date Link
Simulation Racer Michael and Gavin test their simulation racing skills by racing agaisnt professional championship racer Terry Earwood, who is driving the car on the actual track, while the lab rats play a simulation of the track within the car Terry is driving, stopping after each lap and switching drivers. Terry managed to complete three laps while the combined efforts of Michael and Gavin only managed one. May 22, 2013 1
Split Screen Michael and Gavin compete in a split-screen first person shooter environment, where each player is allowed to "screen peek" at the other player's display. They were outfitted with goggles that allowed them to see what was directly ahead of them as well as the other person's feed. The game was held in a forest with multiple obstacles using paintball gear. No winner was declared, instead, Lindsay and Barbara (the "NPC" bots) won science for the day. April 2, 2014 2
Fruit Ninja Michael and Gavin come face to face with..... FRUIT. April 17, 2014 3
Pacman Just how effective is a top-down point of view in a real life Pacman level? May 1, 2014 4
Mario Kart Can running over a banana really spin out a speeding go-kart and how do you pull off the perfect start in Mario Kart? May 15, 2014 5
Trials Fusion Can two regular guys navigate a real-life Trials Fusion course? Get ready for one hell of a ride! May 29, 2014 6

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