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The dating sim section really only feels like an extended prologue at this point, to introduce you to all these characters that you slowly become attached to -- and then it proceeds to tear apart everything you have ever loved.
If you didn't expect effective storytelling, you'll find it anyway.
Be aware that this is paced a lot slower (as is most Korean story-telling in my experience) than the usual western or Japanese counterparts. And while it is definitely playable as a standalone title, you will probably appreciate the number of references thrown in if you play You wouldn't think to expect a great deal of quality from a weird eclectic genre mix that's "a gameplay first approach that’s part dating sim, part puzzle game, with light RPG elements, a visual novel style of presentation, an abrasive western writing style and plenty of “plot”." And yet, it still manages to squeak onto this list for pure LOL-worthy play.
This game makes no bones about the fact that it packages up a crazy, controlling, and stalkerish boyfriend into the most perfect romance ever - but heck, as we've learned with that's just A-OK with North American audiences these days.
That doesn't make the story any less compelling or interesting to learn about fully by playing through all the different possibilities and endings. Not your story.) The game is fully voice-acted and its production levels are through the roof with gorgeous art and hours of replayability.
But even niche is winning out as these games really start to rake in the user reviews from fans who just can't get enough.
And while Steam has gotten more than its fair share of awful-quality dating sims and visual novels (many of which are available for free), here are some of the best of the best!