Bishounen dating game
Some games involved elements of force and brutality.These came to national attention in Japan in 1986 with the release by d B-soft of 177, a game where the player takes the role of a rapist.It was also the first to have recognizably modern anime-style artwork: its characters had very large eyes and a tiny nose and mouth but were otherwise basically normally proportioned, characteristics which today are found in virtually all bishōjo games.Prior to 1985, girls were generally drawn either as normally proportioned adults or super deformed children.Several prefectures began classifying games as obscene and pulling them off the shelves.Faced with the threat of being forcibly censored out of existence by the government, in 1992 the bishōjo game industry formed the Computer Software Rinri Kikō (meaning "Ethics Organization for Computer Software", and often abbreviated EOCS or Sofu-rin), setting industry guidelines for acceptable content and packaging.The stereotypical bishounen generally has long hair, a slender, graceful figure, and lacks facial hair. They are also likely to have certain personality traits, like sensitivity, secretiveness, moodiness, refinement, and a dark, tormented past.
Tokimeki Memorial, the first dating sim, featured good graphics, full voice acting, and a role-playing game-like gameplay system.
For Beta testers, I was thinking those who qualify for this position would be those who actually purchased the game. Why I’ve always considered doing so, in fact I have already ported 1/4 Starry Sky in Autumn to PSP using Ren PSP because finding hackers for the original PSP is really hard to do so, but it’s tempting because of the PSP exclusive CGs.
If someone can find a hacker for me then I’ll consider it.
Strictly speaking, "bishounen" should only refer to boys under age 20, since a "pretty man" would be "biseinen." However, most people prefer to use bishounen for men and boys of all ages, as it is so widely used.
Opinions on which males are bishounen and which are not vary according to personal tastes.
I’ve already tried asking for help but they always tell you to “help yourself first”….unfortunately reverse engineering is not my forte.