Kanon dating sim

The part of this that intrigues me is the correlation with a real person that the dating sim character wants the user to kill.It reminds me of another article about a cell phone with a ghost in it that dates you and convinces you to kill people (I forget the number) but the dating sim theme would be enough to set this apart if it were done well.This could be particularly insidious if the game uses voice recognition for controls. driving the player to kill people could be interesting. encourages the player to perform depraved acts that culminate in summoning her to the real world.The way I had thought of for the Foundation to have discovered the game was that an on-line reviewer who was making a video about it ended up starting a cult that got into a stand-off with the local police.

This could lead to a game of cat and mouse between Essy and the lead researcher as he tries to catch Essy manipulating players (or maybe even doing anything consistently), and eventually just confronting Essy directly about the review footage.

Before the dating app Tinder swept the modern dating scene, one of the only examples of gamified wooing was the absurd activity of speed dating.

In speed dating, you’re given a limited amount of time to get to know another person, before a klaxon sounds and the next desperate individual shuffles in for your judgement.

Big beefy wrestlers, looking for love (in the ring, of course).

In the 400 unique outcomes, you generate your own wrestling persona using the game’s “LOL” (also known as, Look Out Lovers) character creator.

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