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When asked what he was looking for in a woman, he said he wanted someone who appreciates his hobbies.“I thought they would tell me all these physical things like, ‘she has to look like this,’ but nobody said anything like that.These games have remained a distinctly Japanese trend, though.It’s the subset of a growing video game culture that has dominated the country’s development since the 1980s.“He said, ‘Well, you know all I want is someone to say good morning to in the morning and someone to say goodnight to at night.’”These feelings are not limited to Japanese men – game developers have also released romance simulations that cater to women .These games are structured to offer a similar experience to reading a 19th-century romance novel, "with the difference that you actually play a part [in the story],” says d' Aki.
Some like Kosaki, stopped playing Love Plus when the Konami, the game's developer, stopped offering update to the Nintendo DS version.
For d’Aki, it’s easy to see how the game had appeal in Japan.
“You have these grown-up men in their suits with briefcases, leaving their corporate jobs to read manga in the metro or play gameboy at an arcade,” she says.
The company behind a site called 81 just announced that its total of registered users has exceeded 10,000, this just two months after release.
My-Qpit lets users search for partners by age, occupation, and even by hobbies.