Bandai Namco’s Summer Lesson allows you to interact through the power of VR with Sakura, a young Asian girl.
When it was announced, the game showed off in Japanese meaning English-speaking viewers couldn’t really tell what was going on or why you were doing what you were doing. Now, Bandai Namco has announced that the game will have English subtitles which makes everything so much “clearer”.
Summer Lesson launches for PlayStation VR in early 2017. There is no word on a Western release but shouldn’t be hard to find through sites like Play Asia who ship worldwide.
If you have a PC and are old enough to play such things, you can try VR Kanojo, a Rule 34 version of Summer Lesson. A demo is available now for HTC Vive and Oculus Rift for this variant.