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At the Tokyo Game Show this past year, Voltage’s booth was the closest real-life approximation to a manga fangirl’s wet dream the world’s probably ever seen.
On the other hand, Japanese women reported feeling much more comfortable with their romantic partners keeping secrets from them (love hotels—did someone just say “love hotels” or am I hearing things? But, as I’m sure most of the American male dating population can probably attest to, U. women erred on the side of a strict “tell all” policy in their relationships.
“Many users in conventional relationships worldwide look to romance apps to allow them to experience, in a virtual space separate from reality, the thrill and excitement of slightly embarrassing lines and situations their real-life husbands and partners may not provide them with,” reads Voltage’s press release on the Game Show booth.
But while they seem to have mastered giving these kinds of thrills to a Japanese audience, Voltage is still experimenting with how how to satisfy all the virtual romantic needs of Western women.
These days, however, girls are spoilt for choice with a huge range of romance and virtual dating apps which combine beautifully drawn artwork with compelling male characters and intricate stories with lots of twists and turns.
Many games now also feature voice acting and greater interactivity via the touchscreen among other features.