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  1. Thanks a lot for the replies, all. I am currently playing Roomie Romance. It is a borderline example of this: The heroine flirts a lot. The airheaded protagonist is too stupid to really understand it, but she still appreciates it. So if not mutual flirting it at least has "consensual" flirting.
  2. The Language of Love has a mother heroine. I have not played it yet, though. Doesn't School Days have an ending where you boink a girl and her mom? I dunno; I haven't played that either.
  3. Thanks for the review! What are the sex scenes like? My problem with Japanese eroge is that the sex scenes tend to get extremely similar because they all rely on the same sequence of mandatory cliches (nooo, don't look at me! It's embarrasing... but I want it... ow, it hurts so bad! But it feels so good! - insert mandatory hymen, etc.). In games with multiple girls I get sick of how identical the sex scenes are. The fact that the game is Western-produced gives me hope. Western eroge sometimes have less annoying sex scenes. What was your experience of those parts?
  4. Hi! I am looking for a game that has a significant element of mutual flirting. I mean, in Japanese games flirting is almost always one-sided: Character X comes onto character Y, and character Y either (a) gets completely flustered, (b) doesn't pick up on it at all or (c) reacts with violence. I want something where both characters acknowledge and embrace the sexual connection WITHOUT it immediately turning into sex. Examples, or things that come close, include: * Fureraba has a little of it during the midgame where you try to get onto a girl's route. It's very tame, though. * Heart
  5. This one might qualify: Hikari! Love Potion https://noisypixel.net/hikari-love-potion-pc-release-date/
  6. Thanks for all the replies! It's curious how most translated games in this kind of setting are either nukige or sex-free otome games. I COULD play VNs in Japanese with the help of a dictionary, but it would be at least 10 times slower than English, and a VN is a large time investment already, so at this stage it is just not worth it. Maybe in a few years.
  7. Hi! I am looking for VNs with good romance set in a pre-modern setting - e.g. something resembling medieval Europe, or something resembling medieval Japan or China. Preferably with supernatural elements. Isekai is acceptable. If historical, as a bare minimum it should be pre-1900. All-ages and 18+ are both acceptable, but no nukige - I want something that focuses more on romance than porn. Must exist in English (because I can only just barely read manga in Japanese; I won't be playing VNs in Japanese any time soon). The only VN of this kind of I have played is Demonheart. E
  8. Loca-Love: My Cute Roommate can show both English and Japanese text at the same time.
  9. Yes! Ano Fuji is great! I love her. At first I expected Yuna to end up with Fuji. It took me a long time that her destined partner was actually Hina. Did anyone else have that?
  10. Thanks for the advice! I will follow your blog and NookGaming.
  11. Hi, all! Can you recommend me some newsletters, blogs or the like which I can subscribe to in order to get news about English-language VNs? New translations, new original works, reviews, things like that. Email notifications are vital. For the purposes of this thread, I do not just want some website which I have to remember to visit regularly. Then I might as well just come here. Thanks a lot in advance!
  12. Thanks for the advice. Does G-senjou no Maou have any supernatural elements? As far as I understood it is a fairly realistic setting.
  13. For me it depends very much on what I come for. If I come seeking a dark and gruesome story, then I expect a dark ending. If I come seeking something cute, then I expect a happy ending. I have only recently gotten into VNs, and I have been on a "happy romance" binge for a year, so almost all the VNs I have played have been happy love stories. I haven't played anything darker than Doki Doki Literature Club... I mostly dislike bittersweet endings. They are just disappointing to me. There is enough disappointment in real life; I don't want that in my games as well. I prefer endings that are
  14. Thanks a lot for the suggestions! I have heard about Heart of the Woods. I should try that soonish. Himawari is this one? I have a friend who recommends me Dracu Riot. I will look closer at it. I will also look at some more of them. I have played Nurse Love Addiction (Hakuai). It is a solid game. (For me Itsuki is best girl by far.) I am not afraid of bad endings. Bad endings can be very cool. I just need the game to ALSO have good endings. Thanks!
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