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Let’s face it, modern dating can be pretty disappointing for both sexes, but for girls who value good old-fashioned romance, it’s particularly dire.Japan hasn’t escaped the plague of impersonal online dating apps and with modern Japanese guys (allegedly) said to be increasingly disinterested in pursuing romance, it’s hard out there for girls who are tired of waiting for Prince Charming.Some of the famous otome games are as follows: Princess Debut (お姫様デビュー), Hakuoki (薄桜鬼), Hiiro no Kakera (緋色の欠片), Uta no Prince-sama (うたの☆プリンスさまっ♪), Meine Liebe (マイネリーベ), and so on.
In the game, players interact with forgetful hottie Haruto, which is suffering from amnesia after being implemented in a possible crime. He’s also beautifully designed and drawn, with just a touch of the Leon S Kennedy about him. Finally, we spotted Bungou to Arukemisuto, or “The Literary Master and the Alchemist”, which is an upcoming browser game designed for women by DMM games, featuring a cast of cute scholars.
After all, you must have heard of Hatoful Boyfriend by now, which technically falls into the “female-oriented dating sim” category.
(Only with a bit more pigeons than usual.) Let’s take a look at just a couple of the many romance apps being shown at Tokyo Game Show this year! There was even an interactive event with cute guys playing roles inspired by the game!
Romance and dating simulation games aren’t new in Japan, but (with the notable exception of the games), they’ve been traditionally aimed at male players.
These days, however, girls are spoilt for choice with a huge range of romance and virtual dating apps which combine beautifully drawn artwork with compelling male characters and intricate stories with lots of twists and turns.
Interestingly, this trend is spreading from Japan to other countries as well.