Here is a list for Otome games available on the Nintendo DS.'s witty dialogue and offbeat scenarios make for an intriguing premise, the repetitive, limited gameplay and low replay value mean you'll want to sneak out without saying goodbye.You play as Chizuru, who disguises herself as a man to travel to the capital of Kyoto in search of her missing father.She accidentally gets tangled up with the local police, the Shinsengumi, and the story evolves from there. It's a samurai history lesson with a Twilight twist.Stick with your own gender, or see things from the other side – it's your call.is a collection of conversation scenes, where Brett or Becky will attempt to woo a potential hookup (or cajole a favor out of a friend) with killer opening lines and well-placed witticisms.But you’ll need to focus, as playing the field can result in an unsatisfying ending, and no one likes that.
You can read our introduction to otome here, but keep reading for our recommendations!
Tools like multiple save slots, quick-save features, and the ability to skip text and rewind help players efficiently pursue every potential partner character and reveal every story path.
It’s like backwards-engineering a narrative database -- and you may be surprised to find how much the story changes when you focus on a different partner each time. Hakuoki is a period piece, taking place in the Bakumatsu period of Japan at the time of civil unrest between the Emperor and the Shogun.
But although is a linear, scene-by-scene affair that offers only one (extremely obvious, if you've been reading closely) outcome.
You won't be able to progress until you get everything perfect, and this can get mighty repetitive.