Japanese Porn Is Overdosing On Video Games And Anime

If something exists, then, yes, there is a dirty movie of it. Video games and anime exist, so, yes, there are dirty movies of them. Japan just seems to have more of them.

Sure, the West has its own video game porn parodies. Blue movie versions of World of Warcraft, Left 4 Dead, and Tomb Raider come to mind. There are even phony porn parodies, like these images created by artist Porrskada. Japan, however, is working on unleashing enough video game and anime inspired porn to last the humanity until the end of time.

Japanese adult video maker TMA specialises in otaku inspired blue movies. Since 2001, TMA has released cosplay themed adult flicks aimed at Japanese geeks; starting around 2005, however, the company really started pumping them out, resulting in movies featuring actress dressed in array of game and anime outfits.

While TMA is perhaps the most well known in Japan, it is not alone, and there are other companies that release these sorts of productions. Erotic cosplayers also release their own adult photos and flicks.

The above gallery features a smattering of box covers from over the years, including the Brain Age parody, which isn't actually from TMA, but rather, another company. The images *should* be safe-for-work; however, the titles might not be.

(Top photo: TMA)

Dick Disciplining Adults' Stimulation Dirty Talk Training is a Brain Age parody. More info here.

Viewer's Selection Magical Young Girl Cosplay Magical Magica Return is a parody of Puella Magi Madoka Magica

Disgracful Heroine Sailor Sentai is a parody of Sailor Moon.

Perofella is a parody of Persona. More info here.

Only a Ponytailed Diva Doesn't Want to Watch! 4 Hours is four hours of Hatsune Miku cosplay. And other things.

Cos-Play Magical Girls features various magical girls and this English tagline: "Fuck Magical Girls!" Ahem.

In Layers Cute Hard: Yuuna, cosplayer (or "layer" in Japanese slang) Yuuna dresses as Morrigan from Darkstalkers.

Boy's Love Cosplay: Atsuto Okada features Tiger & Bunny cosplay and dudes having sex. More info here.

Adult actress Miho Imamura parodies K-On! in this flick.

Cosplayer Yua Kisaki does a hardcore Macross Frontier send-up.

Only Fighting Girls Don't Want to Watch! 4 Hours is four fours of fighting girls doing way more than fighting.

Cosplay Hyper Best is a best-of flick.

The Meloncholy of Hahiru Suzumiya is a parody of anime The Meloncholy of Haruhi Suzumiya.

Once Again, The Meloncholy and Disappearance of Hahiru Suzumiya is, once again, a parody of Haruhi Suzumiya.

Keionbu! is a parody of K-On!

Yuricosu! Cosplay bills itself as a "Lesbian's Laybryinth".

Cosplay Festival features outfits from bullet hell shooter Touhou Project. Like Touhou Project, this flick has a variety of projectiles.

Cosplayer Frontier is a Macross cosplay parody.

DIGITAL REMOSAIC Cosplay International features "international" porn stars dressed as Ulala from Space Channel 5 and Morrigan from Darkstalkers.

DIGITAL REMOSAIC Cosplay Kyoko Ayana features Kyoko Ayana as Chun-Li — complete with new mosaics!

Code Eros: The Tyranny of Cosplayers is a Code Geass parody. Boy, "Geass" lends itself to all sorts of porno titles.

Porn star Tsubomi does her best K-On!.

Cosplay: Nao Oikawa features these English taglines: "Is it true that if you play with yourself, it's good for your skin?" and "Shove to the hilt!"

Cosplay Musou is a parody of Tecmo's Musou slash-and-hack games.

Kira Suta (Twinkle Star) is a parody of porno Lucky Star.

Faith stay Knight is a parody of PC game Fate/stay night.

READY TO RUMBLE (not my caps, theirs) is a parody of Konami fighting game Rumble Roses.

Cosplay Rin Nohara features pornstar Rin Nohara dressed as Yuna from Final Fantasy X.

The Complete Words of Tsubomi's Costume Play features a variety of cosplay, including the inevitable cosplay of Konami's love simulator Love Plus.


Comments

    you should add Goro as a tag

    It appears you are overdosing on all three.

    I'm usually the last guy to object and the first guy to defend, but even I'm at a loss here. . .

    Is Bashcraft on some kind of porn kick at the moment?

    Come on Baschcraft, cosplay stories are sometimes cool, but no one can defend you if you're going to post what is essentially an index of Japanese anime-themed porn movies.

      I kinda want to see the Code Geass one, even if that Kallen is all kinds of strange.

      Ok true he may be turning Kotaku into 4Chan. But who knows, this might be a new angle for him and its still all SFW. Plus theres no CP which is always good.

    The top pictue says "-to the Hilt!" What is to the hilt, I need to know!

      The sword.

      ...If you know what I mean.

    what is this, i dont even

    not enough Chun-Li.

    and my favourite is the girl in panda t-shirt and shorts (not sure not what game that's from, must be an awesomely violent and sexy).

    Definitely getting the wife to cosplay that one tomorrow.

    Omg yes RESPECT for Bashcraft! People don't like you because of all of your panzy cosplay galleries, you should of been posting stuff like this from the start man... Can we expect a follow up Doujinshi article? That'd be really great, you might yet be able to put the otaku back into Kotaku, or well... Put it into something else?

    This is a 'Gaming' website. Not a 'Guide to Gaming Porn'
    I'm getting a little tired of these posts. Even the cosplay articles are borderline porn.
    Really Kotaku, think about it. Why is this shit up here? Really immature and inappropriate.

      Wait wait, immature? You mean just like the flood of people who always come in and complain about Mr. Ashcrafts posts? Even though it's so eay to simple not read them in the first place, or to close the tab/window in which they have the article open and leave it at that?

      Obviously highly immature that a man is posting information from Japan on anime/game related content that let's be honest; a high percentage of readers will be interested in. Yes, it's not a guide to gaming porn, but even I find it interesting that a company is getting away with making these pornographic parodies of some very popular copyrighted materials.

      Oh, and welcome to the internet, where if you see something you don't like, you can go complain until your head explodes and hope everyone rushes in to take it down! Rather than you know, you just closing the window and moving on... Then again, what do I know, eh? Just like games, I try to enjoy reading articles and the occasional user posts on Kotaku, I simply ignore the stuff I don't like generally, though these constant posts that just put down Mr Ashcraft and his articles seem a bit over the top, more like the kind of crap trolls would pull.

      yeh as much as I dislike these sort of posts, i dont let them bother me. Everyone seems to think Kotaku is strictly a gaming site, which is only part of it. I think its some Japanese word for a person who's obsessed with video/PC games and anime (this falling in the anime side of things).

        First line of the mission statement might sort of indicate why people think that:
        "At Kotaku Australia, we’re carefully trying to build a reputation for creating the strongest, most engaging content surrounding games and gaming culture." (http://www.kotaku.com.au/about/)

        Otaku ('Ko' is used to indicate a younger form, such as ko-neko for kitten, where neko is a cat) is indeed a Japanese word that can be used to describe someone who is unhealthily obsessed with games and anime, but only in conjunction with them (eg. Game Otaku, Anime Otaku). On its own it just describes someone who is unhealthily obsessed with something.

    Only the Japanese!

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