You’ll never guess what this Japanese game controller fits…

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Dicks. It fits dicks.

Yes, really. As was reported earlier this year by many sites, including Kotaku, there is a Japanese-made sex game called Custom Maid 3D that is compatible with a very, er, special controller that has been designed to fit around a gamer’s penis called the Ju-C Air. Even stranger (or better, depending on your point of view), it controls – and responds to – on-screen action in accordance with the gamer’s movements.

A few days ago, Destructoid wrote that the developers have added support for another peripheral, this time the Oculus Rift Virtual Reality Headset, that promises to immerse gamers even further into the sordid world of Japanese maid-training.

The addition of the headset, along with the dong-mounted controller, now means there will be a lot less “virtual” in the virtual sex offered by the game. Yes, it’s as seedy as it sounds, but this is a Japanese game and, well, Japan is not a country unknown for being a bit odd.

Yup, I don’t know either.

Custom Maid 3D is a “game” that fits squarely into the “Hentai” category, and in case you didn’t know, “Hentai” means “pervert” in Japanese. Basically, it’s an “adult” game that offers cartoon titillation, only now it also offers a more, er, tactile experience. 

I can only imagine there was a flood of applicants when it came time to beta test the device.

With this innovation under their belts, it’s probably only a matter of time before the developers move on to another burgeoning market, that of robot sex dolls.

And yes, that’s a thing. Welcome to the future.






Deon du Plessis

Deon du Plessis

Deon got his first taste of PC gaming at the tender age of 11 when his father bought an 8088 XT, ostensibly to "help him with his homework". Instead, it introduced him to Leisure Suit Larry, King Graham, Sonny Bonds and many more, and Deon has been a PC gamer and hardware enthusiast ever since. He landed his first professional writing gig in 2006 at a prestigious local PC magazine, a very happy happenstance as he got to write for a living about things he loves - tech, PCs, gaming, and everything in between. He's been writing about it all ever since, and loves every minute of it.