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Pee And Play With Sega's New Toylet

Posted on Tuesday, May 8 @ 14:46:13 Eastern by Jonathan_Leack
Japan is known for being one of the most inventive countries on the planet, but sometimes its creations teeter into the realm of bizarre.

This week, a new gaming system launched in Japan, and surprisingly it's made by none other than Sega. But it isn't the Dreamcast 2 that everyone wants. Nope, they call it the Toylet, and as you might be able to sniff out of its name, it's a system played while in the urinal. Rather than try to explain how pee, aim, and a beautiful LCD screen come together to make one of man's greatest—and most insane—creations, we've embedded a video below so you can see it in action.



The Toylet has a price of around $1700 and is presently only available in Japan. There are no plans to make a Toylet #2, but with how full of **** everyone is these days chances are it'll exist before the day we ever hear of a Dreamcast 2.
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