Virtual Schoolgirl Demo Now Goes International

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In Summer Lesson, there’s studying, singing, and head shaking. Lots of head shaking.

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The last time we saw Summer Lesson, we were in a Japanese schoolgirl’s room. There was so much leering learning.

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This time, we’re just hanging out, it seems and not really even feigning that much studying.

This VR tech demo is for Sony’s Project Morpheus virtual reality headset. It’s made by Namco’s Tekken Team, so we’re pretty sure these ladies can kick our ass.

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DISCUSSION

I can’t believe Sony doesn’t show more Morpheus this E3, if they’re really going to release this next year, they need to convince people long before hand that this is actually worth it. What the hell was that 2 minute sizzle reel for? Andrew House was standing in front of it most of the time I didn’t know what I was watching. Why not show that Heist shooting demo fully? Why not show that 3 vs 3 mecha MP game fully? Why not show this voyeur sim fully? Clearly they have a lot to show but they chose not to.

Overall, both Sony’s and M$’s tech showcase failed to excite me.

Hololens was demoed perfectly by M$, while I was impressed the technology works, not being a Minecraft fan, I’m not excited for the AR Minecraft at all. Had they show more conventional games (action, puzzles, strategy maybe?), I may give the point to M$.