By Sato . July 14, 2014 . 3:15am
There’s been a lot of hype over virtual reality headsets after Sony introduced the Project Morpheus earlier this year, but Senran Kagura producer introduces his own take on the virtual reality device… okay, it’s not really a real thing, but we can still dream, right?
The above is a look at the trailer put together by Senran Kagura series producer Kenichiro Takaki and some others at Marvelous, about their dream device that is currently in the works (not really) called the Head Mount π-Play (and of course, pi is short for “oppai”).
“The history of game consoles. It is an evolution of the sense of reality. We now wonder, after achieving this evolution—what kind of dream like experience will be waiting for us in the future?”
“We finally succeeded in developing a new type of game console. That is, the Head Mount π-Play.”
The above shows “paioneer” breast designer Mr. Tamio putting some of the latest technologies to use in order to come up with the best possible device that can make all dreams come true with the Head Mount π-Play.
“There is a great economic potential that the healing effect this device can give in this stressful society.”
Please note that the Head Mount π-Play is now under development (not really). Some of the functions reflect the developer’s imagination. If you cannot wait for this experience, please enjoy this game instead.
Senran Kagura 2: Deep Crimson will be released in Japan on August 7, 2014 for Nintendo 3DS. You can also check out some of their recent restaurant collaborations in our earlier report.