Most of you probably haven't even tried VR yet, but in some years it will be everywhere and it'll be amazing. I've tried the Vive that just came out and it's incredible, think in 5 years how good it will be.. Would you accept 100,000$ to miss out on it? What about 1 million?
No I wouldn't. I can't predict the future with certainty, and there is a possibility that VR will become big in not only video games but also other outlets of life (like teaching, businesses, etc.). In 30 years, from 1980 to 2010, the growth of technology has been crazy. I plan on being around for at least 30 more years, so 2040 may have lots for the VR system. 100,000 wouldn't be worth it.
That being said, I'd go with a $1,000,000. That's a lot of money. I'd invest it immediately, and have plenty of money for the future (gaining interest on it). I'll just stick with my old fashioned computers from the 2010s at that point and be the stereotypical old guy like "I don't need your young geezer technology!"
C, because of the whole thing with taxes, $100,000 would quickly be reduced to much less than the original amount of $100,000 and because I think it's much more easier to secure a retirement that a larger sum. The whole point of having a really large sum of money to me is to secure a retirement fund. I mean didn't somebody mentioned that Social Security and Retirement benefits are going to eventually become depleted or something? I'd be a complete idiot and fool to not save a big sum of money such as 1 million bucks or more, which should be enough to last out those last 20 or 30 years depending on when I retire, and how careful and frugal I am with the decisions I make on how I spend or use that kind of money.
I'd probably miss out on the virtual reality video games, but then again I didn't really find myself really into them in the first place.
I voted D because right now it's kind of meh, they have some cool shit, I might get it in a few years after price drops, less eye killing resolutions. Popular games actually using it. Some of the running platforms are cool, but if they take it past visual it could get pretty damn cool.