How are Eggfan and Rage not all over this?
Sega's take on Toilets
Posted 19 January 2011 - 05:47 PM
Well, I think anyone that's excited for this should save it for whenever they actually play...
This is way better than Sonic 4 by the way. At least this made me laugh for a good 5 minutes.
What the fuck is wrong with Japan? And I thought the idea that there was going to be a car manufactured over there so that men could have sex with it was strange enough.
Also seeing as how Japan doesn't care about the female gender, this was probably designed with guys in mind. (Probably a brash generalization but Japan is pretty sexist.)
Posted 19 January 2011 - 08:28 PM
1. It's a urinal. Of course it's designed with guys in mind.
2. It's kinda hard to see where you're peeing when you're sitting on a toilet, regardless of gender. I think that's a good reason for not including a sit-down version.
3. Are you saying all of Japan is sexist? Because half of all Japanese people are women. If they're sexist, why aren't they creating games for Japanese women? (And if you say "because they don't know how", you're being sexist.) And if only the men are sexist, you'll find that you're being sexist there too.
Posted 19 January 2011 - 10:47 PM
I know you were being serious but that came off as funny.
What I meant was that Japan doesn't consider products for both genders in the same way we do. Our culture strives for equality among all people (For the most part) but theirs doesn't hold such a thing in such a high regard, so they probably didn't consider a female product at all, not even as a passing thought.
Not trying to be offensive or anything.
Posted 21 January 2011 - 02:29 AM
Posted 24 January 2011 - 09:03 AM
Reality is a little sexist. Statistics are a little sexist. I'm a little sexist too. One of the sexist notions that I believe to be true is that women are generally a lot less interested in the various things they can do while peeing than men are.
When I hear about a game which is controlled by peeing on it, I snicker. Most women hearing about that would probably have a first reaction of something along the lines of... "Gross!"
And it is a little gross I guess. I mean, I certainly wouldn't want to be the guy who has to maintain this piece of equipment.