Also, there isn't a full fan translation available for it yet, but I played a demo for Amagami a few years ago and it was pretty good.Might be worth checking out but again the current fan translation patch only has a little bit of the game in English.
Thanks for all the tips, I've added what I could to my list on Steam and started looking for the rest in other places.
Some of them are a bit much to buy sight unseen I think, but I bet it's not that long until another sale anyway. Thought it was pretty good, though not as good as tsukihime.
I only have limited experience with these titles, didn't finish them, but they are highly regarded and easily available on Steam or other official channels.
And again Sakura Wars: So Long My Love and Majikoi are very good (and Majikoi's fan translation is complete).
Steins; Gate might be cool, I loved the anime adaptation of that too.
I suppose it's entirely the same plot but with alternate routes for all the girls Okabe has to help out after he messes up the timeline? It's the same basic story but _way_ more in depth (40ish hours vs.
Are these actually what I'm looking for or are they subversive, short indie stuff that wear the guise of dating visual novels but are more about taking the piss?
I think the chat interface thing in two of them look real unappealing, at least.
emily is away is not gonna give you good feelings or anything, but it's really good.
love is strange probably only works if you've played life is strange.
When you say "dating sim" do you mean something like Tokimeki Memorial or Love Plus where you build up stats in order to date a girl or are you looking for a visual novel where you can date different girls?