SomaVision are responsible for some of the shittiest looking web and PC sex games available, with graphics that look worse than the original Duke Nukem with the PlayBoy patch enabled (who didn’t have the PlayBoy patch?). A 3-day trial access to some of their wares will set you back no less than 15 shiny dollars.
To show how cool their as-yet untitled project is, they provided a picture of an Oculus Rift with some naked 3D models. Yes boys and girls – shit just got serious.
“This is the VR that we’ve been waiting for, and now it’s finally here. The leap in technology is tremendous and the ability to immerse the player into the virtual space is like nothing that we’ve seen before.
We’ve been making adult games for over 10 years. We have an experienced team that comes for professional game development and we’ve never been more excited to be on the cutting edge of adult entertainment.”
The development process is well under way, and to demonstrate this they’ve released an incredible demo of never-seen-before new character animation, which I hereby entitle “wibble wobble”. The entirely out-of-place static background is just the icing on the cake.
Forgive my skepticism – I really don’t mean to sound all cynical, but it seems like a non-existent project they just thought they’d announce in order to jump on the VR bandwagon and get a little press (says the guy who started a blog called vrsexblog.com). I especially enjoyed their third-person and riddled with errors blog post:
Virtual Sex gaming powerhouse Somavision today accounced…
Yep, they accounced that real good. Were we supposed to copy paste? And then there’s this little gem:
The company’s biggest announcement at the Somavision – attended GDC 2013 San Francisco event. The fact that one of hte premiere players in the adult game space created an instant buzz.
Verbatim from their own blog post. Perhaps if they spent a little more time learning English and a little less trying to model terrifyingly bad dance motions and big jubblies?
Until there’s something solid demoed and it isn’t a stupidly expensive monthly subscription, I don’t think there’s actually much to talk about here.