While the price tag may feel steep for a visual novel, its script is massive, and it’s often ranked as one of the best romance visual novels ever.
Just get ready for a tearjerker if you decide to tackle this one!
If you’re new to Community Game-Alongs, simply play any game that fits the theme and share your experiences on your own blog, You Tube channel, social media, or wherever else you’d like to talk about it.
Bishoujo are those where you play as a man and have a harem of potential female love interests, while otome games are ones where you are a girl and have multiple male love interests.
This isn’t necessarily hard and fast, but it’s a decent starting point.
Still, if all you want is a game where you form a relationship with a kawaii animated boy (or girl), Pacthesis has probably made a game you’ll enjoy.
My personal favorite is Chrono Days, which involves a fairly lackadaisical representation of time travel, along with some steampunk elements, robots, and magical living dolls.