>The Tekken team's virtual reality tech demo/game about giving cute girls language lessons iscoming to the West. According to the European Union's Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market, Bandai Namco has filed for a trademark on the term "Summer Lesson" as it relates to video games.
>Summer Lesson is already a confirmed PlayStation VR title, but was originally only for release in Japan due to its two primary mechanics: mechanic one being nodding or shaking your head in response to the girls' questions, many of which are about the Japanese language, and mechanic two being ogling said virtual girls as they stare at you expectantly.
>Doing Japanese tutoring may be slightly less approachable for people who don't speak Japanese, but since the only responses are "Yes" or "No" you'd still have a 50 percent shot at giving the right answer. Or hey, maybe they could let us play as the girls and get tutored by the Japanese players, one nod at a time! Now that's exploring the true potential of VR.
Lads, get your boners ready.
Why do these people write this articles in a way as people who play video games arent nerds who masturbate to everything? its like they want to be the exact opposite of the people who enjoy these games whitout knowing that they get more praise than the latest 3d pixel indie platformer some hipster shitted out.
>European Union's Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market
This sounds very ominous.
Who funds this shadow organization?
>trying to act neutral towards a topic while being blatantly passive-aggresive
Who hires these people?
>all the girls are changed in order to remove beauty standards in america
Their boobs need to squish when I motorboat them. If I clip through her tits when I press my face against them then the immersion is lost. The credibility of VR lies in the hands of the devs. I hope they make the right decision.
I'm female and I'd rather play with the cute blonde girl
No, objectifying a girl is sexist. The teaching part is just a poor facade to add "gameplay" to the game which is nothing more than a voyeuristic 3D model poser for lonely nerds to ogle at pretty girls.
>anime posters actually think they're little girls
She never said that. She only said she was female you asshole.
Normal people just laugh about it but don't buy it. Lonely nerd minority buys it because they've been brainwashed by the devs to think this "changes their life" and desperation of no gf.
>Lay back in your chair/beanbag/bed/dark, lonely corner
>Listen to her speaking softly
>Slowly drift off into a light doze
>She begins to softly chant ISIS propaganda
>Wake up radicalised
Small price to pay for ASMR from god tier virtual waifus ALLAH ACKBAR
Who gives a shit?
Brazzers invested 10 million in VR development. They hired guys from Bungie and Epic. They're gonna blow it open on Oculus.
It's because they want to act like they're real journalists, and if they broke the spell and talked about how Summer Lesson is clearly something you jack it to and how that's fucking great, they'd be ostracized from the gaming journalism community
>Ear cleaning mode
>Stare at girl's belly as you lie down on her lap