The most common objective of dating sims is to date, usually choosing from among several characters, and to achieve a romantic relationship.The term "dating sim" is also often used incorrectly in English as a generic term for romance-driven games (ren'ai games), a subject matter which is stereotypically associated with the visual novel genre.Princesses, ninjas, wizards, ballerinas, sports stars - otome heroines can be anything.Otome games can be played on your PC, your PS2, your DS, your cellphone, or more.The gameplay involves conversing with a selection of girls, attempting to increase their internal "love meter" through correct choices of dialogue.The game lasts for a fixed period of game time, such as one month or three years.Most of these games exist in Japan, but there are some available in English as well. The Videos blog covers the dramatic opening sequences from games (usually Japanese). On the Fans page we link to other sites and blogs talking about otome games, so you can find reviews of the games you're interested in.
Generally one of the goals, besides the main plot goal, is to develop a romantic relationship between the female player character and one of several male or occasionally female characters. d-for-Me-ebook/dp/B00322O OFA BUY MY BOOK One of the most beautiful original Flash dating simulations, created by artist Mayuiki.deviantart.com, storyline by Nummyz aka Bomee of Newgrounds, and coded by Kyo. In this dating sim, you play as Cero, an insomniac trapped in a dream world filled with beautiful girls.Please list all glitches and productive comments at Can Cero escape with a girl, who can become the love of his life, or stay forever in the Dream, trapped in a nightmare? 2 stars for the good artwork on the characters and the music that while not remarkable is quite pleasant to my ears.The problems with this game are that the characters have no depth, their reactions to the player's answers are too simplistic and the player is given nothing to better understand what could possibly be the correct answers for each question, you have to basically choose whichever and it may or may not be the correct one, it's like a coin flip, these things make it hard to care about the character you are trying to get with and make talking to them a chore. I got Riri as my soulmate with exactly 1000 experience points and the ending left me like: "That's it?!" I saw potential in the prologue and was let disappointed, i'm gonna play Kaleidoscope 2 now and hope a big improvement in comparison to this game.