Thursday, December 16, 2010

'Playing with yourself' takes on new meaning with release of Kinect sex game

Posted By on Thu, Dec 16, 2010 at 11:47 AM

Raise your hand if you thought gaming systems like Wii and Kinect would lead to virtual sex games.

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If your hand is down, you need to read this blog more. Think about it, when your body is the controller, it isn't going to take long for game designers (who I personally believe are closet freaks) to do something that makes your man parts and lady bits happy.

From the folks who created "3D SexVilla," "Fetish 3D" and "3D Slut," comes the first official prototype of a game that lets players use Microsoft's new motion sensing gadget to get down and dirty.

"The Kinect Controller is astonishing new technology that allows users to experience cybersex like never before!" Brad Abram, VP of Business Development for adult gaming company ThriXXX, enthused in a press release. “It’s novel, sexy, social, age-spanning, crazy, and a rush to have virtual control at this level.”

The folks at ThriXXX posted a video of their game (still a work in progress) on YouTube Wednesday. The video was then yanked by YouTube for violating the site's policy on nudity and sexual content.

Of course the folks at Microsoft aren't endorsing the game. According to MSNBC:

Microsoft has largely embraced this non-threatening experimentation. But one can imagine, the company might not be so easy going when it comes to having its family friendly game controller sullied by these adult pursuits.

Which means, if this game is a hit and it probably will be, Microsoft will happily take the money.

The ThriXXX press release says the software is in early alpha stage testing but claims it will be ready for launch in 2011.

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