When the game ends, the player either loses the game if he failed to properly win over any of the girls, or "finishes" one of the girls, often by having sex with her, marrying her (as in Magical Date), and/or achieving eternal love.
This gives the games more replay value, since the player can focus on a different girl each time, trying to get a different ending.
Poorly drawn characters look like it’s Amateur Night on Deviantart.
We’ve seen better drawing skills from an 8-year-old with Microsoft Paint.
It’s better than nothing, however, as the game would be even more tedious with text only.
The storyline moves along at a faster pace than expected, but at least it’s well-written.
Your first task is to choose a place on your newly-acquired map to visit where, of course, you will meet some new people.
This provides female players with the opportunity to experience this type of genre, as these games are typically played by men.
This adds an element of equality to the game that gives it a step up over its predecessors.
It’s entertaining to see how your actions affect your relationships with the two love interests.
It’s a good game to play on a rainy day when you don’t have much else to do, but it won’t serve as a viable time-killer in the long run.