However, the amount of steam it gained was pretty major, as it sold over 240,000 units the year of its release.
The player can now take "couple pictures" with his virtual girlfriend and geo-tag them.
In 2009, a game was released in Japan that took the country's gamers by storm.
Called "Love Plus," the game was made for the Nintendo DS and allowed the player to take on the role of a male protagonist in a high school setting.
It was like a sinking feeling, a realization that I was talking to a girl that was a figment of my imagination.
I also realized that while I have often played my DS in public before, that I could never play this game in that setting without wondering how onlookers would react. It's especially interesting to contrast my reaction with that of the game's dedicated Japanese fanbase.