Otome dating games online

01-Sep-2016 14:47

I've been looking for some good otome games, lately.Seeing as COG is a litgame hub, I figured this forum would be a good place to pass around recommendations!

Most otome game plots start out rather formulaic, cheesy, and generic, especially since it requires you to be introduced to a number of eligible 'catchables' as soon as possible.

It's only when you decide to stick with it and keep exploring new characters, new interactions, and new storylines that the beauty of storytelling really begins to shine.

There aren’t a lot of otome games in English out there.

If anyone has any good suggestions, I'd love to hear them! I think both games are due to come out late Spring. It's a stats raiser, though and idk, that might not be your thing. After Seven Kingdoms, it's the game I'm looking forward to the most.

(If there's already a topic like this out there, just direct me to that one and I'll delete this! (Except for Love Little Thieves, which I haven't tried.) Cinders and Cyanide Tea especially! Although, I think this'll be free when it's done (Seven Kingdoms will be commercial.) It's post-apocalyptic with a really likeable and I think unique protagonist named Alice.

Most otome game plots start out rather formulaic, cheesy, and generic, especially since it requires you to be introduced to a number of eligible 'catchables' as soon as possible.

It's only when you decide to stick with it and keep exploring new characters, new interactions, and new storylines that the beauty of storytelling really begins to shine.

There aren’t a lot of otome games in English out there.

If anyone has any good suggestions, I'd love to hear them! I think both games are due to come out late Spring. It's a stats raiser, though and idk, that might not be your thing. After Seven Kingdoms, it's the game I'm looking forward to the most.

(If there's already a topic like this out there, just direct me to that one and I'll delete this! (Except for Love Little Thieves, which I haven't tried.) Cinders and Cyanide Tea especially! Although, I think this'll be free when it's done (Seven Kingdoms will be commercial.) It's post-apocalyptic with a really likeable and I think unique protagonist named Alice.

Taarradhin is definitely their best as far as story and quality, but Nachtigal's sort of my favorite for shallow-ish reasons (Luca and it was my first of theirs.) This is a demo of a great game: Seven Kingdoms The descriptions in the link but basically it's this game really heavily involved with intrigue and politics and much better than I thought it would be. There are stats that track rivalry, respect, friendship, and romance. She's a robot with a human soul and her hair is amazing! The creator of Essence is also really receptive to feedback and good about replying to comments (as far as I've seen). There's even some hints of exploration where you can wander around and interact with NPCs. And I guess lastly for me would be Magical Diary which is a magic school game so yay!