Upcoming Move and Kinect-powered abstract game Child of Eden is the spiritual successor of PS2 classic Rez. Just as Rez had an inexplicable add-on peripheral (a vibrator timed to the music in the game), Child of Eden has an inexplicable attachment as well -- a vibrating corset.
According to Child of Eden's creator Tetsuya Mizuguchi, speaking at Kapow! Comic Con, the CoE corset holds four controllers, which all vibrate in time to the music. Sounds...stimulating. Sadly, the corset will probably never leave the developer's office -- I seriously doubt Ubisoft would bankroll the production and release of such an esoteric device. We're left, instead, with a tantalizing vision of what could be: See photo above.
- GALLERY: Child of Eden Screenshots
If you're like, "What the hell is Child of Eden, and why should I care?" Check out the Child of Eden preview video below:
(Photo courtesy of TheFeed's official corset designer: Esquisite Restraint)