Chat with virtual girls in a virtual world, it gets deeper …
Chat with cam girls in a game… where to start? If interacting with video game women wasn’t wrong enough, now you can indulge in a seemingly complex live chat system like one of the new gaming spots in Yakuza 6 (ancillary activities a bit like bowling or drinking in Grand Theft Auto). There is a point system where some girls need a certain number of points to chat. Videos also seem to be available.
This is one of the latest additions to a series that portrays Japan in a “realistic” way, such as precise environments resembling real Japan, karaoke, arcades and uhh that (3:44). So yes, sometimes a little crazy. But hey crazy.
Also added are hostess clubs with a deck of cards. If you are not familiar, hostess clubs (also known as cabaret clubs) are places where men go to be served by a beautiful “hostess” who serves food, drinks, lights cigarettes and in general pampers the man in every way. corn sexual favors. Apparently in the game, if you excite the hostess enough, you can … hmm, what’s the appropriate word – “woo her”. This is where the game becomes a fantasy: this is not a sex shop and they are strict with the workers. What? No, I haven’t tried!
In addition to the upgraded karaoke, darts, mahjong and batting centers, several video games are playable in their entirety in Yakuza 6 including Super hang and Space harrier, which appear to be in all Sega games, with To go past, Fantasy area, and Puyo Puyo, the latter of which is compatible with two players. Most notable, however, is the inclusion of Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown, the last entry in the Virtua Fighter series (ignoring mobile titles). This will also have a two player mode. I wonder if this might spark interest in a new Virtua Fighter Game? Maybe you can take Beat Takeshi, a famous Japanese comedian who will appear in the game, to the arcade with you.
I’ve put off this series for far too long and I’m ashamed to learn so much without playing them. They seem to be the right mix of realism and silliness that I love, not to mention the fact that I live in Japan. I never really played Virtua Fighter myself despite loving 3D fighters and this is possibly the most influential 3D fighting series out there. This will be my chance to try it. It’s about time I started Yakuza.
[Via Gematsu, Kotaku]