That’s pretty much a death sentence as far as potential ports are concerned, though it’s very likely you can find fan translations around somewhere.
With that said, the three titles we’re looking at today are as follows: is a visual novel mixed with a bit of rhythm game/idol sim.
From the outset, you will notice the great use of colour in the game; lots of bright and contrasting shades are used throughout.
The framerate is always steady, as you would expect from any Sims game, as it is not like the engine has to render heaps of things at once.
is one of the biggest selling video game franchises ever.
Created by Will Wright, it has spawned many an expansion pack and will probably continue to do so.
And when it comes to, shall we say, couples, no one tops the open-minded pairings found in dating sims.With an exciting batch of these games right around the corner, I decided to take a step back and look at a few otome visual novels from my collection which have never and likely won’t ever have official English versions.After all, these were titles that existed exclusively for PS2 and didn’t see PC releases.Originally released in September 2005 on PC, after the failure that was over to consoles.So now we are up to date, it is my job today to review The Sims 2 for you nice people out there.You see, players take on the role of a songwriter for a boy band.