Summer Lesson Adult Look-Alike VR Kanojo Reveals Theme Song; Teaches You How to Watch Sakura on Smartphone

on October 13, 2016 2:31 PM

Yesterday, Illusion revealed VR Kanojo, which could basically be defined as the adult-oriented version of Bandai Namco’s Summer Lesson. Apparently, they aren’t done showing off the game’s assets.

Today they revealed the game’s theme song, “Balloon,” which is actually a fairly nice and bright tune that would fit pretty well your usual slice of life/soft romance anime. The singer is simply identified as “Hoshino.”

The second video they released today shows how you can watch the protagonist Sakura in simil-VR on your smartphone by using the Hasoko app. You can download the app here for iOS and here for Android.¬†Once installed, you just have to searc for “VR Kanojo” and you’ll find the 360 degrees video. Hasoko will connect the controls to your smartphone’s motion sensors, and you’ll be able to perv on Sakura-chan simply by moving around.

VR Kanojo will release next January for Oculus VR and HTC Vive, and will get a playable demo on October 28th.

Check out the videos below, and yes, they’re fully safe for work.

 /  Executive News Editor
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