La Touraine Inc, the parent company of [all links are NSFW] Naughty America and Tonights Girlfriend, has launched a new standalone adult virtual reality (VR) site called RealPornStarsVR that focuses on a no-frills VR experience that puts you one-on-one with some of the world’s biggest working porn stars.
For launch, there’s a rather lowly seven scenes ready to go in up to 6K resolution. A spokesperson for the company told SEXTECHGUIDE that there will be one new video update per week.
We’ve questioned why the company would want to launch a new standalone branded site with so few scenes — just seven , and four new ones uploaded each month. This time next year, there will still only be 55 scenes.
It’s “hot and awesome VR, with big name pornstars, ” a spokesperson said in a statement sent to SEXTECHGUIDE.
Current performers starring in scenes on the site include Blake Blossom, Daisy Stone, Dee Williams, Emma Starletto, Gia Derza, Jazlyn Ray (shown in the featured image of this article), Lexi Luna, Payton Preslee, and the stunning Violet Starr. Although few in number, the scenes are longer than average (between 40 and 70 minutes) and some feature multiple female performers.
Perhaps the aim for RealPornStarsVR is to become another growing studio that’s included in Naughty America’s own VR bundle subscriptions, but this hasn’t been confirmed yet.
As it stands however, with a catalog of less than 10 scenes, it’s likely be a bit of a hard sell once you put it up against rivals like VRBangers or VirtualRealPorn, which have hundreds and hundreds of scenes, offer higher resolution videos (up to 8K), and are also updated regularly.
Some people will, of course, find it worth subscribing to the $19.99 monthly subscription to download all the available scenes, and then cancelling again until the process is worth repeating, or there’s enough value for money being offered to remain subscribed in the long-term.
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