Nintendo ds dating game
School Days PS2 version is pretty much the same as the PC version with all the sex scenes taken out (so an animated visual novel).is a dating sim developed and published by Konami for the Nintendo DS handheld video game console. Several updates and sequels have followed, including one for i OS in 2011. A second year High School student just transferred to Towano High School.
Her classmates shy away from her perfectionism, which is why she has few friends.She has a mole under her right eye and likes housework and horror movies.Love Plus is the same as the original Love Plus, although with new content, including field trips, fitness modes, sick days, Taisen Puzzle-Dama, capsule toys and more.All you can do is choose dialogs, and most of the time it's luck that you need and not wit, or logic, or whatever you'd like to call it. It also gets way too repetitive, and that's one thing all of us who've played it agree on. But if you're looking for a traditional (Japanese-type) dating game in English, I'm sorry but nothing even comes close.There are games which offer "dating" as part of the game though and feature some relationship development, like The Sims, Harvest Moon, Rune Factory, and Lost in Blue 1/2/3 to name a few.You're browsing the Game FAQs Message Boards as a guest.
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Soon after, he joins the library committee, the tennis club and a part-time job at a family restaurant.
He's the only character the player can name in the game, and they can choose to refer in first person as ore A second-year high school student who goes to the same after-school tennis club with the protagonist.
Includes the possibility of getting a girlfriend/boyfriend and there are some social engineering aspects to it like spreading rumours about ppl, helping/ruining other ppl relationships and you can even cheat.
Protip: abuse internal DS clock manipulation or this game will force you to log in every day.
Sprung does fit itself into the "dating sim" category, but personally, I didn't like Sprung too much.