Dating sim the game
It was developed by Key and initially launched on Windows PCs back in 2004, selling incredibly well.So much so, that it was ported to other platforms and also received anime, manga, and film adaptations.They all have their own disability to deal with, which makes for a thought-provoking experience to say the least.Yuuji Kazami executes black ops operations for a Japanese government agency.But don’t let that put you off, as this still ranks as one of those dating simulation games you need to check out.You’ll assume the role of Aoi who was formerly a member of a cycling club at his previous school, but after injuring his legs he retires and heads back to his hometown.
What’s even cooler is that Saki happens to be the niece of famous Japanese video game designer - Keiji Inafune.
Video game magazines that I read regularly would cover Japanese imports and niche titles, but dating sims were merely a curiosity and nothing more. The games industry has grown exponentially and modern gamers are interested in titles beyond the scope of the action, shooting and role-playing genres.
We've been seeing stronger interest in PC gaming lately, and we have the rise of Steam to thank for this.
It seems that Windows users have all the fun, while users of competing operating systems are left out in the cold.
Fortunately, the tide is changing since the latest wave of dating simulation games also support Linux and OS X.