I read that if you launch it with a -vr switch it will run in a crude vr mode. The cutscenes don't work and the controls are wonky but apparently it does support it. Perhaps a modder can do something with it, like with Alien Isolation.
I was fortunate enough to be around during the voodoo1 era and to this day I still say it was the biggest advancement in gaming by a single piece of hardware that has ever happened. The first time I ran GLQuake and Quake2 using Glide blew my mind.
Back in the late 90's a friend from work was learning Build and attempted to re-create our office building/cubicle farm so we could run around and frag each other. He successfully built the parking lot and foyer before it got corrupt and he didn't have a backup. I remember him saying making Z axis levels were tricky.
My parents have had the same landline number for over 40 years and they get a lot of telemarketing calls. I checked their number and it's in the database so I had them fill out the form and submit a claim. We'll see how much they get.
Yeah $60 for a multiplayer only, servers will probably be empty in a few months game just doesn't seem that good of a value. I'd rather play the new UT, It looks much better anyway and the price is right.