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Patience can be a virtue of a better response, but waiting too long can mean the opposite as well: awkward silence.
Talking to potential lovers in Ladykiller in a Bind is like communicating in real life; where the stakes are high, the banging is imminent, but mess up too bad, and it’s game over (both in the literal, or just plain unhappy sense). Do you have to constantly stay in touch with your significant other?
Platforms: PC, PS Vita If you’re used to dealing with stubborn or downright insensitive crushes, Amnesia: Memories might feel nostalgic. Alas, the start of Amnesia: Memories is awfully cliche, as you suffer from amnesia, not remembering who your alleged boyfriend is, or what led you to this predicament. Those gray, feathered creatures that hang out by convenience store curbs.
To officially christen this new position, I’ll be taking over Jaz’s weekly Digital Gems column from here on out, as independently developed and overlooked games are kind of my bread and butter.
As the new warden of Digital Gems, and in honor of today's romantic holiday, I've decided to spotlight a genre near and dear to my heart: dating simulators. Lucky because I don’t have to navigate the app-ridden, anxiety-inducing scene of modern dating (thank you, long-term relationship). I’ve still been to bars and parties with friends, the Tinder-frequenting type, where someone whips out their phone and suddenly we’re ooing and awing, collectively swiping through the Maybes and Definitelys and No Ways that cross the phone’s screen.
As for today, the most love-accentuated of days, Valentine’s Day reminds me of one of my favorite pastimes in actual video games (not of the Tinder swiping variety): dating.
Whether they’re the romanceable aliens in Mass Effect, or couples you can breed for spawning children to march straight into battle in Fire Emblem, dating in games often brings the player closer to their virtual confidants, and forges a bond between the two.