It’s Valentine’s Day again, so instead of spending money on proving our feelings to people, let’s focus on what really matters – video games. In all seriousness, it’s okay if you celebrate this love-themed holiday, but no one said you couldn’t spend a little on yourself. So, we decided to make a list of games that we think will help keep you warm this Valentine’s Day.
Keep in mind that we tried to choose games released within the last few months or close to Valentine’s Day
10: Coffee Talk (PS4, Xbox One, PC)
Why go out to a real coffee shop, when Coffee Talk provides you with all the human interaction you might need? In this game, players will listen to the problems of the in-game characters and do their best to help them by serving them coffee. The coffee that you make has an effect on the game’s narrative, so it’s crucial to stay immersed in the conversations.
9: Prison Princess (Switch)
We all have our kinks, and helping princesses escape a castle by solving puzzles might be some of ours. Prison Princess has players assume the role of a hero who is now a ghost. Not being able to interact with the world, players will now need to instruct the princesses on how to piece together clues to get back home. There’s also a lot of panty shots.
8: Maitetsu: Pure Station (PC, Switch, PS4)
Sure, this game has been available on PC for a while, but it’s finally available on Switch and PS4, so let’s put the spotlight on it. Join Migita Sotetsu as he returns home to try and stop a factory being built over a landmark in his hometown. There’s also some romance and trains.
7: Imouto Paradise 3 (PC)
Don’t look at us like that. We’re just going to leave this here.
6: Azur Lane: Crosswave (PS4, PC)
Taking a moment to learn about the warships from around the world as they take the form of waifus that we can all get behind. Azur Lane: Crosswave breaks down the barriers put in place by the mobile constraints of the series and opens up the game and characters to a 3D gameplay arena. Spending time with your shipfu has never been easier.
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