If you’re a lady and just happen to have a switch console, I’m suggesting you play these games. It’ll be a new experience for you if you haven’t managed to know the otome genre before. My hint: believe me you’ll like it. It’s a game genre focused on giving the best experiences for women. Made mostly from women game developers as well. So here are the list:
1. Akash: Path of the Five
has a cute and compelling cast of fully voiced characters, plenty of romantic scenes that are both adorable and steamy. The game also incorporates one of my favourite video game tropes/themes: elemental magic. As the only girl born in about 200 years in the village of elemental humanoids, you are (obviously) special; children in this village remain genderless until they are about ten years old, at which point they usually become male and their element comes forth. As a woman, you get access to all of the elements until your coming of age ceremony when Aurora will have to choose an element to specify in.
2. Future Blessings
Continues the story from where you left off, allowing you to see what happens with Cardia and her chosen love at the end of the first game. As well, Future Blessings has some side stories and a fancy alternate romance as well, making it well worth the purchase if you loved the first game.
3. Dream Daddy
game about a single dad moving to a cul-de-sac full of other singles (sometimes not-so-single) dads and establishing a healthy relationship with those dads and maybe even falling in love?! Sign me up!I was hooked at the start of this game during the “Build that Dad!” section where I was able to put together my daddy: turquoise hair, glasses, skinny hipster in a tuxedo? Yes, please! Then I was ready to take my daddy out on the town! I mean out TO the town where he and his spunky daughter were moving.
Memories offers several genres of stories, including romance, horror, and mystery in the form of visual novels and chat stories. Some stories are also special editions, such as the “Dilan 1990” and “Dilan 1991” editions which were inspired by the novel of the same name by Pidi Baiq, as well as the story “CoLoN” which was inspired by the Japanese boy band of the same name.
In addition, in this Memories application users will get daily missions to get rewards in the form of diamonds. This diamond can later be used when the user is reading the story so that the storyline can be more exciting. For each completed story, users will also get a reward key that can be used to unlock new stories. In addition, rewards, keys, and diamonds are also provided in the form of in-game purchases.
For those who are curious about this Memories game, you can visit Memories Interactive or download the game here if you're an iOS user and here if you're on Android.