Shoujo ai dating sim
But where am I going to find a game that has the same feels, same quality of art and writing and music.. Not necessarily with the handicapped aspect, but mainly I just like the high school romance setting. The decisions in this game are more deciding which arc you'll go down and which ending you'll get.Not about getting the girl to be interested in you.Adjusting to a new school is always a difficult task and the game centres around those awkward first few months as you try to create friends, or in the case of Hisaso find love.With a large number of branching storylines and endings with the five potential candidates it’s a great romantic adventure that you can return to again and again.Iirc, the devs didn't love the clichéd high school romance trope Also, most people here agree that it is not a proper dating sim, so you may get a bit of flak for that. But Clannad and Planiterion would be good places to start. The core Muv Luv Trilogy (Muv Luv Extra, Unlimited, then Muv Luv Alternative) isn't really what you're looking for but I still highly recommend it for various reasons.I don't want to spoil anything, and discourage you from doing too much research into it beyond the fact that you'll need to get two true endings to Extra to unlock Unlimited.
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There are actually so many things to talk about right now that I don’t even know where to start.
Let’s just begin with what I believe is most important.
A few romance games which actual simulation gameplay that I have enjoyed: Its not a dating sim, it's a visual novel.grisaia no kajitsu has the same basic premise of classmates with scars- not physical in the least this time- that need your help to overcome.
It can be a bit more over the top though, and the prawn is a bit more blatant and intentional rather than, "this is completely normal within the context of normal high school life" but it is still enjoyable.