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This resulted in the best story, Hijikata-san's, but it was also one of the saddest.Instead, the idea in Otome games is to commit early to a man of your choice and then replay the game to date a different one.It turns out I was role-playing myself, which was why I wasn't successful at attaining any of the fantasy men in Hakuoki.What I was doing was a spread bet: I'd go with dating everyone to test them out, see if I wanted to invest and then choose the best one. We sympathize, but technology keeps improving and we have to keep up, too.
Garrus in particular never really stopped doing his calibrations, the baritone bastard. The advice came back: Hakuoki is not a game where you answer how your character would answer, instead it is a game about how well you know the man.
And yet, I'd finished the game three times and never kissed anyone; I'd begun to think my foray into dating sims had become some sort elaborate joke on the part of the universe.
I've played through Dragon Age and Mass Effect and begun a sex and relationship game column over at Rock Paper Shotgun (they let me call it S.
Hakuoki's replayability in particular is facilitated by a number of excellent systems: the Y button is assigned purely to skipping text you have read before to go straight to decisions, the 'History' section shows already scrolled text, and you can select to rewind to a particular section - say, before a decision.
As Amanda advised me, replaying to 'get' different men each time is essential, because in Otome games each guy is a 'capturable character': it's a sort of samurai-dude Pokmon situation. And as if to reinforce this, Hakuoki: Memories of the Shinsengumi has an 'Extras' section where you can unlock different short stories told from the different characters' point of view, and a picture gallery of your hot samurai men is also available after you have unlocked parts of their narrative in-game. He had no calibrations to speak of, and he just stuck his tongue down my throat and it was GREAT.