You get a plastic VR headset and a device that, for all intents and purposes, is a Fleshlight with bluetooth capabilities.
The bluetooth is pretty great, but I’ll get to that later.
They are also sometimes put under the category of neoromance.
The motion-sensing capabilities of this thing are what make the experience exciting and new, even though there was not one part of me that was convinced I was in the throes of passion with a person.
To the left and right of this girl are options: you can flirt with her, change her clothes and edit the scenery. Once you choose your setting and alter your girl to be vaguely the woman of your dreams, you lube up the Fleshlight, put on the goggles, and go to town.
FYI, you can have sex with her in the following locations: a classroom, a sunny beach with palm trees, an extremely orange bedroom, a red sex dungeon, and of course… But, there were actual bugs in the app too; for instance, if you look too high up, it looks like the girl is floating in the air as if she's some kind of supernatural entity who levitates when aroused. Along the sides of the Fleshlight are buttons that remove her clothes, change posture, positions, zooms in, zooms out and makes the character climax. Ugh, yes, there’s an anime guy who shows up and mimics your movements.
You can control her hair, body size, voice, and skin color (though the darkest you can make her is off-orange).
In terms of having an immersive experience in which it looks and feels like you’re having sex with a woman, I’d compare this to the Wright brothers' first plane.