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- Capcom, the video game developer behind the “Monster Hunter” series, has designed meat-shaped cushion pillows that come in both raw and cooked meat designs.
- “Monster Hunter” is an action role-playing video game franchise where players are tasked with defeating monsters to reach the highest hunter rank.
- The pillows can be used in “a variety of situations,” including as lap pillows, huggy pillows and leg rests.
- Both pillow designs come in the same size with a length of 230 mm (approximately 9 inches) and are sold for 16,280 yen (approximately $119) each.
Capcom, the developer and publisher behind the action role-playing video game series “Monster Hunter,” are selling meat-shaped cushion pillows rendered in both raw and cooked meat designs.
The cushions are being sold on Capcom’s online store for 16,280 yen (approximately $119) each and are available in a raw and well-done meat form. The pillows are based on the Kongari Meat in “Monster Hunter” that players can use to restore health and stamina.
“Monster Hunter” is a single-player game where players are tasked with defeating monsters to reach the highest hunter rank. The game was first released on PlayStation 2 in the U.S. and Japan in 2004.
The pillows “can be used in a variety of situations” including as huggy pillows, lap pillows, head pillows and leg rests. Made with polyurethane and paint to mimic the look of real meat, the pillows are listed as 230 mm (9 inches) long and 890 mm (35 inches) wide with a thickness of 170 mm (7 inches).
Feature image via Capcom