Weird japanese dating video games
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Publisher: MIST[PSI]PRESSYear: 2011Are you tired of playing creepy, virtual dating sims and sexual predator simulators? In Pigeon Date, you form a romantic relationship with a pidgeon. You're the new girl at college and you must find a male pigeon to date and bring home to the parents for Christmas break.
The game came out on the PS2 in 2002, but die-hard fans still insist that the original Japanese version is better than the badly translated English version.
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Hatoful Boyfriend is an unusual take on the popular otome visual novel/dating sim that is so popular in Japan.A 2006 breakdown of the Japanese commercial BL market estimated it grosses approximately 12 billion yen annually, with video games generating 160 million yen per month.Only a very few BL games have been officially translated into English.Boys' Love (BL) games (also known as yaoi games) usually refers to visual novels or H games oriented around male homosexual couples for the female market.The defining factor is that both the playable character(s) and possible objects of affection are male.