December 31, 2005

"Where Do Babies Come From?": The Video Game

akadoko.jpg

Sega recently released Where Do Babies Come From?, a sequel to its Nintendo DS wooing game, Feel The Magic. Both games are set in a stylized world populated by silhouettes [who all apparently have the same day job, modeling iPods]. FTM is like The Bachelor, where one love-stricken shadow competes with 13 other suitors for the affections of a bikini-clad babe.

That makes WDBCF? The Newlyweds; it's about the relationship. According to the game's director, Takumi Yoshinaga, the shot above is from an "aromatherapy" minigame, where you try to satisfy the woman--who, btw, happens to be on all fours--with roses.

I'm still not quite sure how close the game gets to delivering on its title, but from what Yoshinaga says, the real relationship being stimulated seems to be the one between the player and the toy in his hand.

Akachan Wa Doko Kara Kuru No?/Where Do Babies Come From? official site
[akadoko.sega.jp]
Where do babies come from? ads in Japan [kotaku via jeansnow]

Where do babies come from? Interview
[kotaku]

3 Comments

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