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The affairs of making video games and animated characters, Japan is still a champion.
Well, this time Japan will again spoil the gamers as well as lovers of anime with their amazing new findings.
A Japanese company gives players the opportunity to marry their virtual girlfriends in a real wedding ceremony, of course with the help of VR technology.
One of the Developer Game companies is Hibiki Works that supports players who want to try to find a life partner but different world or virtual.
The company turned out to make a lottery that if lucky, it will be Married through VR (Virtual Reality) with their favorite characters from the new game released this developer, New Wife: Lovely X Cation, which was released on 28 April. For those of you who want to follow the lottery just fill out the form and send it with the postcards you get when you buy the game.
There is Yuki Isurugi (long black hair), Aiko Kurihara (short brown hair), or Nono Naruse (blond hair) that you can finally marry.
The company is planning to arrange a real-life marriage for “grooms” in a real chapel, where they can exchange appointments with their beloved cartoons. The wedding will also bring the Pastor and the wedding takes only about 5 minutes . And Winner can also take Photos and record Video for the moment of the wedding.
Various opinions from netizens were flooded. Some feel disgusted. Some are confused. There is also a view that Japan’s elderly population is the reason. Others took a more sympathetic stance.
But there are Japanese who try to explain the real situation.
“At least he will not take your money and threaten for divorce, LoL,” wrote one of the netizens @Haruto Vu
Actually, this is not the first time a Japanese person has been married to a virtual character.In 2009, a Japanese gamer married a video game character from the Nintendo DS game, Love Plus.
It seems that the line between virtual and reality starts to blur.