Dating games for girls in english
Very rarely would you be able to find otome games that have been translated into English, so English-speaking individuals do not have many choices of otome games.
Perhaps there has not been much demand from international gamers, but I believe this is due to a lack of exposure to this genre, rather than a lack of interest.
It is like a shojo (少女) setting with a reverse harem.
Besides that, Telltale Games are usually in 3D designs with more movements, while otome games feature 2D illustrations with limited movements.
Soon after, a group of devils reveal themselves and tell you that it was supposed to be your destiny to die but you have evaded it, and thus, the devils are now here to claim your soul.
As it all happens too quickly, naturally, you are very anxious and beg the devils to give you 10 more days to do everything you want to do before you are ready to leave this world forever.
Despite that, we would still watch the anime series due to its interesting plot and cling to the small possibility that the heroine would choose the other guy at last, but will end up disappointing ourselves in the finale of the series even though we have already quite expected that to happen.
I’ll have to say that the main benefit of playing otome games instead of watching a shojo anime series is that we get to choose who among the potential love interests the heroine would end up with.
It can be frustrating when the heroine in an anime series falls for and ends up happily ever after with the guy we don’t root for!
Some of you who like video games and often watch walkthroughs of games by popular You Tubers such as Pew Die Pie may be familiar with the games developed by Telltale Games, an independent American video game publisher and developer.
Among the popular games released by them are The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, and The Wolf Among Us.
However, that initial plan was not successful so the company changed their ways 180 degrees and decided to produce otome games for girls instead. As Voltage started publishing otome games in 2011, they so far have released quite a handful.