Public service announcement for all the other augmented reality games hoping to follow in Pokémon Go's footsteps: Get yourself a proper porn parody. The moment has finally come for the 2016 mobile sensation, satisfying society's continuous urge to lace damn near everything with NSFW preposterousness. Brazzers, the same porn production company behind last month's four-part Ghostbusters XXX parody, has bravely barged into Pokémon Go fever with the helpfully titled Pornstar Go: A XXX Parody.
"A Pokémon GO parody was a no-brainer for us," Brazzers product director Mario Nardstein said in a press release Thursday. "Fans had been incessantly asking us for a parody since the app trailer was unveiled late last year. This is not to mention that so many of us at the office were excited about the app." In fact, Nardstein adds Brazzers hopes their well-timed parody can help alleviate some of the stress often associated with mastering the game.
"Now include the fact that there are currently no Pokémon Centers to heal at, we decided to (figuratively) turn Brazzers into one for humans," Nardstein said. "So players can stop by, watch Pornstar Go XXX Parody, take a load off (literally), and heal their bodies before getting back to the hunt." Damn. A truly uplifting message!
As for what prospective viewers can expect for Pornstar Go's plot, it's actually a rather complicated affair. Jordi, a diehard Brazzers fan, is tasked with tracking down a bunch of missing porn stars so the studio can get on with the business of filming more presumed classics. Jordi El Niño Polla, Patty Michova, Ella Hughes, and Alexa Tomas star alongside cameos from at least one "annoyed neighbor" and an "out-of-the-loop onlooker."
How's that for realism? See the full monty when Pornstar Go: A XXX Parody debuts Aug. 8.