But the upcoming 90 Days of Love with You, or You-Koi, to use its abbreviated Japanese title, is shining the spotlight on a heretofore uncelebrated line of work for a dating sim: You Tube video personalities.
The player takes the role of a young woman who one day has a chance encounter with one of a number of You Tubers.
The Dating Sim is a type of game designed to set up goals, usually in the forms of schedules and stats corresponding to social skills, which must be achieved to discover a story focused entirely around the Character Development of the player's chosen girl/guy, get into his/her pants, or both.
This leads to Multiple Endings, though some Dating Sims make it possible to see several of these "endings" in a single playthrough.
But you’ll need to focus, as playing the field can result in an unsatisfying ending, and no one likes that.
These games are often designed to be played multiple times.
If it feels like you're playing an RPG, trying to keep track of everyone's feelings about you and giving out presents, that's a Dating Sim.
As the doors open, welcoming you to your first year at an elite Art College, you wonder..the pieces you create here have the ability to amaze?
The meeting leads to a job as the Internet celebrity’s assistant, with the following three conditions: 1.
The assistant agrees to provide comprehensive assistance in video production (including daily lifestyle support). The assistant agrees to serve in the position for three month. Romance between the assistant and the You Tuber is forbidden.
As such, the handsome male leads of dating sims for women generally tend to have some sort of dynamically authoritative or passionately artistic career.
Company presidents, pop stars, samurai, and even chefs regularly show up as possible romantic prizes.