The first game I experienced, Voltage’s Suwa-don VR (椅子ドン VR), I sat in a fancy chair in a dark elevator.A fancy anime man entered, and as he talked to me and tossed around a pair of keys, the elevator ascended to reveal a shining skyline. I recoiled as he put his right hand firmly on the chair and moved close in to my face.She peeked in, asked who I was, then quickly backed out.She came back understanding that her mother had let me in.
The headset went dark, and I rushed out of the room.
Since the launch of Tinder back in 2012, and with people bored of long drawn out profiles and endless messaging back and forth on traditional dating sites, there is no denying that dating apps are now the go-to method if you want to meet someone online these days.
And whether it’s something deep and meaningful you’re after or a hassle-free hook up, there’s a dating app for you.
I’m glad the game called out my inappropriate behavior, and I sure am glad that she had a towel on. While Suwa-don VR and the Puzzle of Empires spa were more of experiences, I did have the chance to play VR games that follow more of the traditional dating sim path, like イケメン戦国◆時をかける恋 (which loosely translates to something like Handsome Men of the Warring States - Making Time for Love) and, to an extent, Summer Lesson.
These games give you more of a choice with how your romantic experience happens, and results in a more comfortable interaction.
And I’ve heard from reliable single sources (my mates, down the pub) that the caliber of singles is sizzling. Coffeemeetsbagel Hailing itself as the anti-Tinder, Coffeemeetsbagel limits your dating choice to one a day. Bristlr What’s not to love about an app for whiskered men?