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Post  Arti Mon Nov 22, 2010 6:47 pm

I was watching this vedge-out anime and kinda feel like a dirty old man now, not that I'm attracted to the characters, but the girls are drawn with some adult features, such as peaches and cream legs (see Bookmark: subway scene), which might have been the appeal of the dating sim.

I knew this had to be a manga, but I didn't know it went in reverse order, being a PS2 game first.
Anyway my point of this is how the schoolboy awkwardness genera is barely tapped into in the US (thought of as a girl genera only).
I was thinking a real dating sim can be made with multiple AIs and trigger chains.

By the way, does that translate into "First Kiss: Pure Love"?


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