Dating game sim woman
Screw your expectations, you aren't just going to laugh at this game...
especially not when you reset and decide to "fulfill the promise" to discover what the real experience really is.
You play as a college student whose consciousness is inexplicably and accidentally merged with a spirit named Orion while he was traveling between worlds - and in doing so, all your memories, your personality, and entire sense of self is lost.
Orion is your constant invisible companion, staying by your side until you can recover your memories and adapt to the strange world you no longer remember. It's lucky that Orion is chock-full of personality, because your character is unfortunately something of an empty box of a Bella Swan.
And boy, once you get into it, an entire world of shameless pickup lines and unlockable sexy outfits is yours to discover. (Well it is, but it's done so well you'll actually probably like it!
) Fully voice-acted, this game gears its dialogue decently whether you've decided to play as a guy or a girl (although its admittedly better if you play through as a guy -- yuri mode was an add-on tier to the original concept).
Dating sims (or dating simulations) are a video game subgenre of simulation games, usually Japanese, with romantic elements.
The most common objective of dating sims is to date, usually choosing from among several characters, and to achieve a romantic relationship.
The majority of these types of games don't actually require you to be 'good' at playing other games -- save for a few mini-games here and there, you generally only need to have a decent command of the English language and the ability to make up your mind.
The dating sim section really only feels like an extended prologue at this point, to introduce you to all these characters that you slowly become attached to -- and then it proceeds to tear apart everything you have ever loved.
If you didn't expect effective storytelling, you'll find it anyway.
otome series, but it's also the only one that's managed to make it to a PC port.
Considering its fan following in Japan and an enthusiastic Western audience that has begged for a stateside release for years, it's no surprise this game shot to the top of the list.