Virtual reality dating game

09-Jul-2016 08:12

The five-episode series, which debuts Wednesday at a.m., will be available on Facebook’s new Watch platform, which will soon be home to dozens of original shows created by media companies and other content creators.

In the trailer below, the couples can be seen awkwardly getting used to the VR headsets and haptic gear as they walk, talk and dance in virtual worlds.

The scenes are plenty different than your average coffee shop, bar or romantic helicopter ride.

In the first episode, a man and a woman meet in VR outer space.

The people are not always even human, at times taking the form of a dragon, a donkey or cactus.We aren’t convinced but one groom that went through the bizarre ritual claimed "The ceremony was quite complete as I saw in the scene," he said."The visuals of the ceremony were almost the same as what I like; matching to my taste." [Image Source: ] Dating games are super popular in Japan.The world of anime dating is still a relative secret subculture in Japan but that is slowly changing as more games are released with complex narratives and multiple endings rather than a focus on sex and soft porn.To make its newest romance video game stand out from the competition, a Japanese company is giving users the chance to marry their virtual girlfriends in a real life wedding ceremony, with the help of VR a romance and dating simulator like many others in Japan.

The people are not always even human, at times taking the form of a dragon, a donkey or cactus.

We aren’t convinced but one groom that went through the bizarre ritual claimed "The ceremony was quite complete as I saw in the scene," he said.

"The visuals of the ceremony were almost the same as what I like; matching to my taste." [Image Source: ] Dating games are super popular in Japan.

The world of anime dating is still a relative secret subculture in Japan but that is slowly changing as more games are released with complex narratives and multiple endings rather than a focus on sex and soft porn.

To make its newest romance video game stand out from the competition, a Japanese company is giving users the chance to marry their virtual girlfriends in a real life wedding ceremony, with the help of VR a romance and dating simulator like many others in Japan.

The games vary in detail and scope and are generally designed to appeal to heterosexuals. Games marketed towards men, tend to allow the man to 'tweak' the female character to their preferences and have a more overt sexual tone to them.