Atelier Ryza Thigh Mousepad Will Squish You Endlessly

Publisher Koei Tecmo and developer Gust are seemingly pivoting hard into the sexiness of their latest Atelier protagonist, as they’re now offering an Atelier Ryza thigh mousepad to endlessly squish you.

While there have been oppai (breast) or oshiri (butt) mousepads for quite some time now, the Atelier Ryza thigh mousepad offers something quite different by accentuating Ryza’s most notable feature: her absolutely tremendously thick thunder thighs.

It’s not quite “life-sized” as described, but it is quite huge for a mousepad at 27.5 inches long by 15.7 inches wide, and contains over four pounds of gel in her massive and monstrous thighs.

Hobby Japan is offering the new mousepad that has forever replicated Ryza’s monstrously thick lower appendages for 29,800 yen, or roughly $262 USD. That might sound expensive to you but trust me there are people that worship this female alchemist and her thighs.

You can pre-order the Ryza thigh mousepad over on their online store. Pre-orders will be accepted until February 3rd, 2022, and shipments will go out between April and May 2022.

In related news, Max Factory is offering a modestly sized statue that also captures the essence of Ryza’s absurdly large thighs, so you can look at them even more in three dimensions and in real life. Read more about that here in our other product report.

Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & the Secret Hideout is out now on Windows PC (via Steam), Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 4. In case you missed it, you can find our review here (we highly recommend it!). Its sequel, Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & the Secret Fairy, is now available across Windows PC (via Steam), Switch, PS4, and PS5. You can find our review for that here too (we also highly recommend it!).

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