[Image: Illusion]

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In Namco’s PlayStation VR title Summer Lesson, you interact with a schoolgirl as her summer tutor. The 12-years-old-and-up rated title is not an adults-only game. VR Kanojo, however, is. 

The folks at adult PC game company Illusion are releasing a VR demo called VR Kanojo (VR Girlfriend) that looks kinda like Summer Lesson, but with freakishly big hands.

[Image: Illusion]

See?

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To see how they compare, here is Summer Lesson.

And here is VR Kanojo.

VR Kanojo even has Summer Lesson’s head shaking mechanic

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Besides the obvious gap in graphics and hand size, the important difference is that VR Kanojo will have adults-only content. Oh, there’s one more key difference: VR Kanojo is for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. Noted!

VR Kanojo will be released in January 2017, while Summer Lesson was released today in Japan. 

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