If you did, there's an extra incentive for you to play (I'm not the official Manga Gamer spokesman or anything I swear).
The dialogue of the entire game is written in both English and Japanese, so if you want to go down the long, dark path that is Japanese study you can get some practice here.
My first romantic encounter was still a little difficult for me to be comfortable with.
As part of a promotion for the Puzzle of Empires mobile game, I was given the opportunity to get in a small, blow up pool and sit with one of the game’s characters in a VR spa.
The base game takes you to popular Tokyo locations such as Akihabara, Shibuya, Shinjuku, and Asakusa.
The 2015 expansion adds Comiket, Tokyo Skytree, and Odaiba among others.
Protip: Odaiba is the best date location in real life: calm island with a park, science museum, and a giant Gundam.
will add less popular places like Ueno, Tokyo Station, and Rikugi Park. Japanese dialogue plus the fact that you play as a foreigner and are toured around famous places around Tokyo by cute anime girls makes me wonder if the Japanese National Tour Organization made this to promote travel.
Of course no one was actually touching me, but the gesture still felt comforting despite this graceful man not actually being in my presence.
Those cool guys turn out to be cute girls, and well..this is a romance game.
The interesting spin here is that they act as tour guides, taking you to popular tourist destinations and telling you about the locations' history, activities you can do there, and how much they like you and don't want you to leave.
Maybe they should go outside Tokyo some more for the game, considering they do visit Kyoto, Yokohama, and Enoshima. It's not exactly subtle, but it beats the hell out of that North Korean game where you drive around Pyongyang. I suggest giving it a whirl if you are even remotely interested.
There is humor, accurate information on locations, and both the character and relationship development feel natural once you get past the initial "oh, its You're not expected to always agree, but do please keep cool and never make it personal.
It was weird, and I couldn’t pass up that opportunity. Augustus was wearing a towel, so it wasn’t entirely indecent.