Smell-o-Vision? New Video Game Allows You To Smell Pantyhose

Posted: Apr 25 2017, 9:29am CDT | by , Updated: Apr 26 2017, 8:02am CDT, in Gaming


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Smell-o-Vision? New Video Game Allows You to Smell Pantyhose
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Virtual reality games have really changed the way we look at and play video games. As soon as it came to life, PlayStation VR's Summer Lesson, a game where you can tutor a schoolgirl, became extremely popular. People enjoyed the somewhat risqué feeling of being able to look up a girl's skirt and play around with her as you "tutored" her. Then, VR Kanojo actually allowed people experience virtual sex.

Also known as the VR Girlfriend game, which was developed by Illusion, a company from Japan, goes beyond what people have expected and includes things like foreplay, nudity, sex, and adult toys. There have been many people who are opposed to the game because they believe it takes things too far. Well, it appears that the criticism hasn't really impacted them, because they are now adding "smell" to the game. To do this, they will have a magnetically attached accessory to the VR headset that pumps out the scent, allowing you to smell the pantyhose of the player.

While we don't know what the scent is, or who will be the basis for the scent, just yet. The first demonstration of the new system will be at the Unite 2017 Tokyo event in Japan in May. Vaqso, a Tokyo-based startup, will promote their products at the illusion booth during the event. They are expected to show off a variety of scents, according to Rocket News 24.

If you want to be one of the first to try this, you can purchase them for now. You can also pre-order the headset.

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