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Love Death: Realtime Lovers (Windows)

Love Death: Realtime Lovers Windows Title screen

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Hiroki Yanase is a young boy whose mother has died a while ago. His father entrusted him with a small inn, but the two do not keep contact. Hiroki goes to school and enjoys the quiet life of an ordinary Japanese teenager. But this changes when a new student named Nanami is transferred to his school. Hiroki soon discovers that Nanami harbors some deep secrets in her past. As their relationship develops, Hiroki realizes that Nanami is not what she seems to be, and discovers a world of supernatural beings that exists alongside ours.

Love Death: Realtime Lovers plays for the most part like a visual novel: the player reads text and occasionally makes decisions that steer the plot into different directions. The visuals consist of animated cel-shaded 3D characters superimposed on pre-rendered backgrounds. There is no physical navigation in the game. Certain events in the story lead to interactive 3D sex scenes. The player has a limited control over the protagonist's actions and movement.

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Love Death: Realtime Lovers Windows Seduction begins
Love Death: Realtime Lovers Windows Too much Molt... whatever it is
Love Death: Realtime Lovers Windows On a date with Nanami in the evening. Notice the Teatime building in the background
Love Death: Realtime Lovers Windows Interactive 3D butt massage! Leave her alone, don't you see she is reading?..

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Cor 13 (172526) added Love Death: Realtime Lovers (Windows) on Jan 16, 2012