Nintendo ds japanese dating sims
Or not On the “yes” side, may I put into evidence , the wildly successful Japanese dating sim for the Nintendo DS which included a couple of very simplistic augmented reality enhancements like the use of the built in microphone so you could say “I love you” to your virtual girlfriend, and use of the built in clock and calendar so you could schedule dates with your virtual girlfriend in real time.
Now imagine if the dating sim were enhanced the way is.
What if you had to go to an actual park, or bar or restaurant or gym or library to meet potential virtual dates? What if your scheduled virtual dates involved actually going out to places like restaurants, parks, and theaters?
Included in the group are games in which the protagonist may (or is required to) date/court other player-controlled characters or non-player characters (NPCs) with romantic intentions, choosing the player's attitude towards the character in either actions or dialog choices.Until a “killer app” arrives, adoption is likely to be lackluster.“Virtual Reality” could be the next big thing, or it could prove to be just an expensive novelty like Kinect.Tablet sales for Android and i OS are down across the board, so the only successful touch screen games are the ones that can be played for a few minutes at a time on a tiny phone screen. It takes advantage of the ubiquitous smart phones, almost all of which have cameras and GPS, and makes the real world part of the game. created the first fairly successful augmented reality called which in one month is the most successful mobile app ever.The big question is: Is this just a momentary blip, or are “augmented reality” games here to stay?