Video Game Urinal

SEGA may not be in the game console race anymore, but they still have some innovative tricks up their sleeve, including these ToyLet video game-based urinals. Simply put, this game measures the speed and intensity of the male player’s water flow at the urinal, and lets them use that to play four video mini-games at the loo. Why would SEGA do something like this? Well, the grand idea was to show adverts after each game and charging companies, such as toilet paper manufacturers, etc., for them. Continue reading for more.

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