One application of brain-computer interface (BCI) is for entertainment. BCI games have potential extensibility in combination with virtual reality environment. In our previous study, we have proposed a BCI game system composed of a simple EEG recorder, which detects beta/alpha ratio, a smart tablet, a PC, and an immersive head mounted display. In this study, we further proposed a hands-on game by combining the BCI game system additionally with a wearable gesture interface, which detects electromyography. We found that addition of the wearable gesture interface increase users' feeling of presence and fun, but decreased the beta/alpha ratio.