The few positive relationships I've had were with women who lived far away.I've met them in real life, but could never find a way to relax and connect in-person. While I understand they are just games, there is a satisfaction, both emotional and sexual, that comes from progression in these games.
" Well there's a dating sim where you can work out those very specific tendencies.In this game you're the only human attending a school for pigeons (duh) and you're trying to fit in as best your can while leveling up your character in order to be able to better date puns, how's the gameplay?In you play a woman who has to woo a horse with a man's head by feeding him carrots and making him run on a treadmill.There's no winning this game because if you're dating a horse-prince you've already won.Those who are aware of my habits treat me like a pervert and I feel even worse.
Is there anything I can do or is the problem just in my head? As I re-read your question, it became clear to me that you were talking about something else (a big relief because I know many middle school-aged children who play that game...), so, like any professional researcher, I turned to Wikipedia to get a basic idea of what a dating sim is.
In Japan, there are two rival gangs causing trouble: Spurious and Kosher.
The player’s character is caught in the middle, but with the player’s help, he may avoid getting beaten up and may even be able to grow closer to some of the gang members.
Dear Dr Mark, I am an avid gamer, and sadly, I fit the stereotypes many people have.
I am an introvert, don't have many friends offline, and suck with girls.
Well it's a pretty straightforward dating sim, except you're trying to win over a T-Rex that plays a ukulele.