Any feels games that are worth checking out? Games where I can fall in love?
Then, Narcissu is great. loved it. its free on steam.
Also really loved Steins;Gate, its more Sci-Fi than falling in love but theres love there. and great Sci-Fi.
Pretty much any Key VN is great, Rewrite, Little busters, Clannad.
Happy to help, these are pretty entry level recommendation (pretty entry level myself) be sure to check /vn/ general in /vg/ for further recommendations.
Currently reading through G-Senjou no Maou, pretty good
Get yourself an MMO, get yourself a guild. Participate in that guild, make friends, go to meet-ups and talk with the people you love talking to. Stay with them for a decade, meet someone through it whom you eventually fall in love with, marry and birth a child with. Cry once, when one of your guild mates loses a 4-year battle with cancer. Cry a second time, when you are at your happiest with you and a guild mate marrying being watched at what you didn't know was going to be your final meet up which is your wedding, then cry a final time when that guild, which you spent a decade with, finally succumbs to the passage of time and crumbles as people go their separate ways, leading you to quite that MMO which you so dearly loved, and wave goodbye to those people and the game.
Time is a predator that will stalk us through all video games we play. However, I rather believe that time is a companion who goes with us on our journey, alongside us as we play games, and reminds us to cherish every moment we enjoy because they'll never come again. What we leave behind, and who we meet, is not as important as what we have played.
>EDIT: Thanks for the reddit-gold kind stranger!
You really felt the need to type out all that tripe? Unless this is some obscure pasta, in which case forgive me.
What the fuck is so fun about MMO's?
I tried playing WoW with some nerd friend of mine and I could not stand to play it for more than an hour.
You point and click on shit. That's it. People find this fun?
That's why we have videogames, anon.
You could always Google it to check. Hell, I'll do it right now.
Neither Google nor archive.moe are showing any results (except that post). So no, he didn't just post a copy-pasta (unless it's so old that it's not in the archive).
M-maybe in another universe, anon...maybe...
>You point and click on shit. That's it.
You just described shooters, strategy games, and puzzle games, just to name a few genres. Just saying.
Also there are MMOs besides WoW out there. Maybe you should try TERA. Or maybe Eve Online.
Could always get this waifu for laifu.
Actually, she almost did.
Then Producer stepped in
She was almost got hit by a car, but Producer saved her and got hit instead. He went to hospital and then Miki vows to be a better person for him, also cut her hair and stop bleaching it. That's also where all the "HONEY~" bullshit came from.
iM@S 1 route only.
Through my years, I've learned that real girls are never worth it. I base this upon absolutely no experience except rejection.
you are a disgusting pervert. doing that in public
Wadanohara and the Great Blue Sea.
It looks like a dumb weaboo shit, but it turns very quickly into a tragic, depressing and horrifying story.
[spoilers]A story that involves murder, betrayal, rape, brainwashing, cannibalism, and gore. Lots, and lots of gore. [/spoilers]
I'll take your word if you say it's good. But I won't lie. Screenshots did nothing for me.
>Get yourself an MMO, get yourself a guild. Participate in that guild, make friends, go to meet-ups and talk with the people you love talking to. Stay with them for a decade, meet someone through it whom you eventually fall in love with
I got that far.
You motherfucker you.
You should give it a try. Although it begins as a very corny and cute, it becomes a very dark game in the second half.
>super cute girl at uni
>likes comic books, video games and the same shows & movies I do
>shares my opinions on most subjects, but she's more hopeful about everything
>look forward to every meeting I have with her
>genuinely feel depressed when we can't ride the bus together
>even sitting silently next to her feels better than sex
At some point, I considered asking her out. But I'm so infatuated with her that I'm satisfied as things are now.
I love falling in love more than love itself. It's such a great feeling.
Dragon Quest V
the feels come from fapping to the NTR porn
Are there any visual novels with multiple endings and in which I can make my own counting decisions? Only three endings considered as Bad, Normal and Good ending are still uninteresting to me.
Bonus points, but not necessary, if you can break free from the route you went in the visual novel and change it, even if it has consequences. Doesn't necessarily have to be a romantic route.
I liked G senjou, like I said still reading though and still early on, dont know if it gets worse later on but so far its interesting.
I loved how two faced Eiichi is, loved the soundtrack, loved how the MC isn't this happy optimistic guy but rather a cynical slightly manipulative distrustful guy. too many MCs are too damn happy for my taste.
Most VNs are pretty linear, its just how things are, although most have some linear routes.
best thing I can think of in the VN department is Sengoku rance, but its more SRPG with Eroge-VN built-in
theres plenty multiple ending games too many to count, although they mostly just end up as 'pick the girl you like' Sengoku rance might be a good fit.
This I won't argue. Everything technological in anything he's made always looks unique and interesting, but those characters man.
Everything from beasts to humans looks retard-tier.
The most open game you can play in english is School days.
It's a little 'too open' though, sometimes the choices you pick will completely ruin the continuity by putting you on a branch of the storyline that doesn't even match what has happened in the past in your playthrough.
>tfw after I get fake Japanese girls from video games to love me
>feel shame and guilt, not from being socially unacceptable, but from the fact that I feel like I don't deserve any love at all.