Dating spoof video
Dating sims such as Tokimeki Memorial often revolve almost entirely around relationship-building, usually featuring complex character interactions and branching dialogue trees, and often presenting the player's possible responses word-for-word as the player character would say them.
You can reach Lindsay Lohan: me at 612679, or Lindsay Lohan: you can find me on the cover of Lindsay Lohan: Us Weekly, because I'm so alone.The gameplay involves conversing with a selection of girls, attempting to increase their internal "love meter" through correct choices of dialogue.The game lasts for a fixed period of game time, such as one month or three years.Lindsay Lohan: I'm looking for a compatible mate who Lindsay Lohan: likes a night out on the town, Lindsay Lohan: as long as he or she is driving, of course, Lindsay Lohan: likes ankle monitoring Lindsay Lohan: bracelets, and doesn't have family Lindsay Lohan: members quick to issue restraining orders.Lindsay Lohan: The perfect mate loves long Lindsay Lohan: walks on the beach, car chases on the Lindsay Lohan: PCH, antiquing, and uh passing out in Lindsay Lohan: Cadillac Escalades.When the game ends, the player either loses the game if he failed to properly win over any of the girls, or "finishes" one of the girls, often by having sex with her, marrying her (as in Magical Date), and/or achieving eternal love.
This gives the games more replay value, since the player can focus on a different girl each time, trying to get a different ending.
The most common objective of dating sims is to date, usually choosing from among several characters, and to achieve a romantic relationship.
The term "dating sim" is also often used incorrectly in English as a generic term for romance-driven games (ren'ai games), a subject matter which is stereotypically associated with the visual novel genre.
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A group of female scientists at the University of Bristol have made a spoof video of themselves strutting around to the song 'I'm Sexy and I Know It' in response to a "really demeaning" video earlier this year, which tried (but seemingly failed) to attract more women to the male-dominated profession.
The technical definition of a dating simulation game, known as a romantic simulation game in Japan, can involve several technical elements such as a time limit, several statistics such as looks and charm which can be boosted through exercise, or an "attraction meter" which can increase or decrease depending on one's decisions.