All of these things will affect a litany of personality meters, ranging from 'goodwill' to 'sensibility' and the game's art style will change based on her mood.
Then you hit this line, "Saki Inafune, niece to legendary game developer Keiji Inafune, cant wait to visit her uncles new theme park." Wait, hold on, hold the phone, is this Mega-Man-and-Resident-Evil Keiji Inafune? Bomb defusing-antics are what await as you travel the park searching for your uncle and trying to rescue the other captured attendants.
It's a ridiculous premise to be sure, but I'm sure deep down we all secretly pine for immortality via dating sim - or is that just me?
Personally, I think is a better disembodied love story, but this is a close second.
Caring for a woman's potted head is every bit as creepy as it sounds.
Regardless of race, creed, species, plane of existence, or definition of "alive," your perfect match is waiting for you somewhere in the great cosmos.
And when it comes to, shall we say, couples, no one tops the open-minded pairings found in dating sims.
Supports the love between: A guy and his disembodied head/potted plant Humanity's days are numbered.
The gods have decreed Earth shall be destroyed because true love no longer exists.
, the Japanese dating sim starring the fictional niece of game designer Keiji Inafune, will hit Play Station Network and retail shelves for PSP on August 27.
In the game, Saki Inafune visits her famous uncle's new amusement park on opening day – the same day that the villain Count Hogstein blows up the Ferris Wheel and forces park employees to participate in a series of deadly games.
Knowing whether you can see love in those beady, alpaca eyes, or whether your partner would let you ride on their alpaca back, is something all couples face sooner or later.