Virtual dating game anime
Since the game is a Japanese advertisement, it’s difficult to discern exactly what is going on if you aren’t fluent in the language — but then again, it’s a game where you try to seduce a DCP-J952-ECO Brother printer, so it’s difficult to discern exactly what is going on regardless of the language barrier.
In the game, which you can play here, there is imagery of the printer being unboxed, so true to dating-sim fashion, the game is even creepier than a game about dating a printer sounds.
The male players/grooms, who will all have to put on a tuxedo for the big event, will put on a virtual reality headset as they make their way to the altar of the yet-to-be-revealed chapel, where their virtual fiancee will be waiting for them.
There, they will be able to exchange vows, declare their love for each other and say the phrase “I do”.
A majority of the students are pushed to complete common assessments every other month.
That is not enough time to study, and prepare for the test.
This means you need to study and learn as fast as you can. The gamevertisement can’t possibly be serious, and it’s certainly a unique way to drum up some buzz for your printer.Considering how frustrating printers are to set up and actually get working, trying to seduce a printer in a dating sim would actually be a clever allegory had the printer company wanted to showcase the frustration of using its own product.Hibiki Works has made it clear that this will not be just a mass wedding, but that every groom will experience getting married in a private event, surrounded by family and friends, or just other fellow “otaku” who share their passion for dating simulation video games.And in just in case you’re asking yourself “who on Earth would want to do something like this?