Gameboy color dating sim
Characters: 6/10 The player character is intentionally kept as a blank slate to immerse yourself into his shoes, which is not uncommon with rpg games or dating sims.
He has a little sister who helps take care of her sometimes irresponsible big brother.
Your first familiar is a cute lil blue chubby dragon looking guy named Kewne. Some other town residents include a rival boy named Ghosh, his little sister, Selfi who’s training to be a sorcerer, there’s also your childhood friend, named Nico, an item shop owner named Fur, a Waitress named Patty, a Librarian named Mia, A sick young girl named Cheri, and a traveling performer named Vivian.
Some of the girls are cute and endearing, others are outright annoying.
Gameplay: 10/10 The main gameplay elements focus on entering the “Monster Tower” to search for treasure.
Within the tower, you can also find Monster Eggs which you can bring home to hatch into familiars which you can train and take with you the next time you enter the dungeon.
Title: Azure Dreams Publisher: Konami Release Date: 1997 Platforms: Playstation 1, and Gameboy Color.
Note that the Gameboy Color version is widely different and not as good as the PS1 version, for example the Gameboy version removed all of the dating sim elements from the game.Storyline: 6/10 Admittedly, the story takes a backseat to the gameplay.It’s a pretty simplistic story about a boy whose father disappeared when the boy was young.I’m also not crazy about the character designs, but if you look at anime from the mid to late 90s, this style is very popular.Music: 8/10 The music is composed by Hiroshi Tamawari who also (was one of the ones who) composed the music in Suikoden.Geeky: Sweetie: Overall: 57 / 80 71% C- “Good Game For Girls” Concept: 10/10 Azure Dreams was one of my favorite games growing up.