Welcome to Otome, visual dating games made with women in mind.They enjoy a healthy fandom, but many acclaimed titles remain in their native Japanese—frustrating, because romance and relationship games are more popular than ever.Generally you meet several characters, and will have to choose one to court.In Japan, dating sim characters are referred to as “capturable” -- whether that means you capture their hearts or their bodies depends on the game.Along the way, you'll explore a (not so)faithfully rendered world of Equestria, have fun adventures with your new friends and maybe get some ta-uh, I mean snazzy rewards and candy! They just don't make old school flash games like this anymore...As he comes to grips with his new life, he realizes that this world is subtly different from Earth. This meant Seiji was able to look at the record of his conversations with everyone! Since the functions of this system were similar to most dating-sim game systems, he just called it the ' DS system' for short. Well, any gamer that's played a dating-sim game before should know the basics.
Next was the ability to inspect his own stats and check someone's current level of friendship or affection towards him.
What started off as idle idea-jostling on the ideas team, quickly turned into a bet, and a substantial challenge. - MLP, the Sim Date, puts you in the sho-uh hooves of either Twilight Sparkle or Fluttershy, the 'easy' and 'hard' modes, respectively. You have infinite retries, though, so if you're curious, go on and tell Pinkie Pie that you have tennis balls in your pants.
I'd like to thank Sim_man for actually triggering the debate with his epic project. As Celestia tells you in the intro scene, you have 100 days to get some ta- uh, I mean, make some friends.
After Seiji reincarnated, whenever he talked to a girl whose appearance was above average, he could see their current opinion of him, and he was also able to check his own stats.
[Academics: 5 - Rubbish-with this level you'd be the worst even in elementary school!