Sean Hollister writes: "Summer Lesson, a VR experiment for Sony’s Project Morpheus headset produced by Namco Bandai, is a powerful virtual reality experience. It’s also disturbing and awkward and, well, kind of pornographic."
I think everyone will lock his room's door while playing this :)
Lock and barricade first or you might have a story for TIFU.
God, I love that subreddit.
Great overview of this weird and wonderful experience although I preferred the even more creepy schoolgirl. Thanks for posting.
I just looked at that title and was like "i must show everyone!"
I imagined you meant something like this combined with the "Kitchen" demo at first, she leans in close then stabs you in the face. I hope they have games like this that include some hot ones from the fighting games, that volleyball game, etc.
Remind me to look out for you near school gates...weirdo. (Who ever written original article)
The entire "game" is built around the concept, there's really not much else to do. :)
Sad... Sad... Sad.
This is a Team Tekken Projec... now imagine what Team Ninja could do with a Morpehus development kit
A hot female ninja captures you, ties you to a chair, then...
Tecmo... Dead or alive devs..
I have a feeling the dating sim is about to make a huge change in how they're made and VR will probably sell well for the people that like them. Means they'll be moving well past the visual novel style that they've been at since...well forever. I'm thinking Square Enix makes one with all the Final Fantasy girls, because they like money and it's a no-brainer. And it's almost guaranteed that they'll be a Team Ninja one...maybe a DOA Beach Vollyball 2, or that one where you were at a resort with them all. Easy money really.
As much as people don't want to admit it, it's games like this (and porn) that will drive the sales of VR through the roof.
It is totally innocent (spoken in a Ugandan accent).
... Now if I can just have your bank account and sort code...
Hahahaha Harada you dog
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