Sega has launched a console in gents toilets across Japan that is controlled by wee. That's right, ur(ine) the controller.
It's only January and we reckon that you won't find a weirder gaming announcement all year. A console that you take a whiz on? Really?
Anyway, how does it work? The system - which isn't actually called the Sega Wee, unfortunately, it's called Toylet - consists of a screen that goes on top of the urinal, which is loaded with four games, and a sensor that goes in the urinal.
"Players" urinate on the sensor, which detects the pressure and angle of the flow. We can't believe we're writing this.