Bishoujo senshi sailor moon dating simulator
Answers selected during dialogues on dates will eventually affect Rei's feelings (i.e., "correct" answers will raise "intimacy level" and "wrong" answers will reduce it).
You can go shopping for gifts any time during the game.
Technically, a single game can be both an eroge and a vanilla game because there could have been two versions released of the same game.
If you wonder what I mean by two versions, consider taking a look at , which is an eroge for PC, but when it was ported to the PS2 and PSP, a vanilla version was created for the port.
Once you have a gift, you can give it to Rei during any date.
Day 16 is the last one, the ending depends on your actions. If you get the best ending you'll receive a love letter from Rei (instead of a regular letter which means you failed to win her love) asking you for a date.
This has resulted in two types of visual novels: Eroges visual novel (erotic or adult games) and Vanilla visual novel games.
Generally visual novels tend to be text heavy, which allows for easy narration and describing the events as they occur in the game.
At certain intervals in the game, the player will be given a few choices that will ultimately affect how the plot will unfold and how the game will end.
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon ("Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon" or "Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon") is the first video game adaptation of the popular anime of the same name, which in turn was based on a shoujo manga about female high school students who transform into superheroes with planet-related names.
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon was developed by Arc System Works, back when they were a contract developer producing licensed games for other publishers, and published by Angel (a subsidiary of Bandai) in Japan in August 1993.