Otome Games For PC Archives

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Love Spell: Written In The Stars
I'm a love interest in my childhood friend's reverse harem!!!
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Nameless ~The one thing you must recall~
Fashioning Little Miss Lonesome
The Men of Yoshiwara: Kikuya
Dandelion - Wishes brought to you -
Cinderella Phenomenon - Otome/Visual Novel
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Cinderella Phenomenon - Otome/Visual Novel
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Cinderella Phenomenon - Otome/Visual Novel
Nameless ~The one thing you must recall~
Fashioning Little Miss Lonesome
Dandelion - Wishes brought to you -
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Absolute Alchemical Potion
Cat President 2: Purrlitical Revolution
Ken ga Kimi: Momoyo Tsuzuri
Our Life: Beginnings & Always
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Sady, after an eight-year run, the PS Vita’s life has come to an end. As of this week, consoles have officially stopped being produced in Japan, well after units (and games!) became hard to find on shelves overseas.

Perhaps you’re like me and loved the PS Vita for its extensive range of otome games, even in English. Or, maybe you’ve been on the fence about getting a PS Vita and want to know if it’s worth the purchase just for the English otome games available. To help you on your quest, no matter what it may be, I’ve compiled a list of all English PS Vita otome games, both physical and digital!

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To celebrate the dating sim Community Game-Along, I’ve teamed up with MangaGamer to give away one digital copy of their upcoming otome game, Steam Prison! This exciting steampunk romance comes out on PC just in time for Valentine’s Day, and you could be one of the first to play on release day!

Just enter using the widget below. Be sure to check back every day to complete daily entries for more chances to win!

The giveaway closes on February 14th at 4:05 pm PST (7:05 pm EST) and is open worldwide. One winner will receive a code for Steam Realize redeemable on Steam. The winner will be randomly selected and contacted via email shortly after the giveaway ends so you can start playing as soon as possible. Good luck!

Steam Prison DatingSiMonth Giveaway

February 1st has meant exactly one thing here at Chic Pixel: It’s the start of the dating sim Community Game-Along! Get in the romantic spirit for Valentine’s Day or just because romance games are awesome by playing a dating sim anytime this month to participate!

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Otomate Party 2018 was held on September 8th and 9th this year, and with it came a slew of new otome game announcements! Otomate holds the yearly Otomate Party event to celebrate its recent and more popular titles with events featuring voice actors from the games and reveal some brand new games while they’re at it.

Following the company’s announcement earlier this year that they would be shifting focus to the Nintendo Switch, all console Otomate game announcements were for Switch, rather than PS Vita. I’m excited for more Switch otome games, but sad to see companies slowly dropping support for my beloved Vita! Luckily, there are still lots of otome games for the PS Vita being announced, like the Kenka Bancho Otome sequel, Kenka Bancho Otome 2nd Rumble!!.

Otomate, however, is all about the Nintendo Switch now. Watch the reveal trailer to see the whopping nine new titles and ports for the Switch at Otomate Party 2018 and read on for further explanations and impressions!

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Wow, it’s been ages since I did a First Impressions post! My First Impressions series is pretty self-explanatory: basically, it serves as a chance to share my opinions on a thing (almost always a game) before I finish it and write a full review. This time, I want to talk about Tengai ni Mau, Iki na Hana (天涯に舞う、粋な花 or “refined flower, dancing on the horizon”), an otome game by Otomate that released back in April for the PlayStation Vita.

Tengai ni Mau, Iki na Hana was voted by my lovely Patreon supporters to be my import game review for April, and I was super excited to play it! That is, until it turned into one of the most frustrating otome games I’ve ever played…

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To celebrate the release of Hakuoki: Edo Blossoms, Idea Factory International has kindly offered me one PS Vita game code to give away to Chic Pixel readers!

If you would like to win a copy of Edo Blossoms, just follow the instructions in the widget below. The giveaway is open internationally, but please note that you will need a North American PSN account to redeem the code. The giveaway closes on March 23rd, 2018 at 11:59 pm PT. Hakuoki: Edo Blossoms is part two of the otome game Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds, so be sure to grab the first part for the full experience!

Hakuoki: Edo Blossoms (PS Vita) Giveaway
You can also purchase the physical PS Vita version from Amazon, or the PC version digitally on Steam. Good luck!

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Otome Games For PC Archives

Otome game

Japanese video games made for women

An otome game (乙女ゲーム, otome gēmu, literally "maiden game"), sometimes contracted to otoge, is a story-based video game that is targeted towards women. Generally one of the goals, besides the main plot goal, is to develop a romantic relationship between the female player character and one of several male and/or female characters. This genre is most established in Japan, and is mostly made up of visual novels and simulation games; particularly dating sims and life simulation games.


The first otome game is generally acknowledged to be Angelique, released in 1994 by Koei in Japan for the Super Famicom, and created by an all-woman team.[1] The game was originally targeted to pre-teen and younger teenage girls, but became unexpectedly popular with older teenagers and women in their 20s.[1]Angelique is credited with "set[ting] up the specifics and conventions of women's games: a focus on romance, easy controls and utilizing other multimedia."[1] In 2002, Konami released its very successful Tokimeki Memorial Girl's Side, which brought many new fans to the still-new genre. In 2006, Famitsu's listings for the Top 20 selling love games included seven otome games. Early games borrowed heavily from the iconography and story conventions of "retro shoujo manga", "the archetypical girly heroines, the emphasis on pure, sexless, tranquil romance and on a peaceful, stable setting", but as the category expanded, other narrative and gameplay elements were introduced, including action, adventure, combat and plots in which "the heroine can 'save the world' and 'get the guy' at the same time".[1]

McKenzie & Co (1995) from American Laser Games and Girl's Club (1992) from Philips Interactive were simulation games for girls developed and released in the US in the past. The first Japanese otome game to be officially translated and sold in English was the visual novel Yo-Jin-Bo in 2006 for the PC. Since then there have been a small handful of releases increasing each year, including Hakuoki: Demon of the Fleeting Blossom for the PSP and 3DS.


The genre has many style elements in common with shōjo manga and josei manga,[1] and plotwise they are often similar to harem manga. There are also games targeted towards women that are focused on romance between men, called boys' love games (ボーイズラブゲーム, bōizu rabu gēmu), and sometimes there are yaoi (boys' love) elements in otome games, but the two genres are usually kept separate.

Otome games that are released on console and handheld platforms contain no pornographic content, as companies such as Sony and Nintendo do not allow it. There are games released on a PC platform which are rated 18+ for their sexual content. Some games were originally released for the PC with pornographic content, and were later toned down and re-released for the PS2.

Other common elements in otome games are the importance of voice acting,[1]CG stills, and a small epilogue or set scene at the end of the game when a character is successfully finished.


Traditionally, the goal of these games is to have the desired partner fall in love and have a relationship with the player character, but the requirements for gaining a "good end" differ from game to game. While the plots of otome games differ greatly, there is usually a single female main character, and several good-looking males of varying "types".

Gameplay occasionally does not particularly focus on romance, even if there are several characters whose "routes" can followed.

In the visual novel examples of the genre, the player proceeds in the story by selecting dialogue or action choices which affect their relationships in a decision tree format. In simulationotome games, there is also other gameplay which affects the plot, either by playing minigames or by raising stats. The main character often has several parameters, such as looks, style, intelligence, talent, etc., that can be raised through various activities in normal gameplay. The potential partners usually require a certain parameter or parameters to be at a certain level for them to fall in love with the main character. There is also often a pure dating aspect of gameplay in simulations. This involves asking or being asked on dates by the love interest, doing an activity with them, and responding to their questions or comments. The player has a choice of responses, and a correct answer will raise your standing with that character.

One feature that has become common in otome games is "full voice" (フルボイス, furu boisu), which is to have voice acting throughout the entire game. The love interests are often voiced by well-known voice actors. At certain points, or when the player passes certain requirements, special events can occur, often with a "CG" (computer graphic) as a reward. This CG is a set picture featuring the love interest and sometimes the main character in a pose, and some dialogue.

Most otome games' heroines are not voiced, due to the budget concerns of voicing all their dialogue. However, there are some games featuring fully voiced heroines, such as Norn9 or Haruka: Beyond the Time of Stream.

Other media adaptation[edit]


Otome games have strong links with shōjo manga, with popular titles often spawning a manga series (e.g. Neo Angelique and Meine Liebe), and popular manga series getting adapted to videogames (such as Nana). Some examples of simultaneous releases of a manga and otome game also exist, such as Angelique and Full House Kiss. It's also common to find dōjinshi featuring popular characters from otome games.


Some popular games have also been adapted to anime, OVAs, or series, such as Angelique, Diabolik Lovers, My-Otome and Uta no Prince-sama.

Notable otome games[edit]

Notable otome game developers and publishers[edit]


External links[edit]

  • GxB English-language games on the Ren'Ai Archives: original free English-language visual novels with female protagonists pursuing male characters
  • Lemma Soft Forums English-language forums to discuss and link to otome games and visual novels made using the Ren'Py engine
  • B's Log: monthly Japanese-language magazine focusing on female-targeted games (mostly otome and BL)
  • Dengeki Girl's Style: Japanese language magazine about female-targeted games released in even months (mostly otome and BL)
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