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The basics of gameplay begin in “Story Mode” – here each “level” will present a new dressup challenge.

You’re given hints at each level as to what to wear to pass to the next stage.

Sweetie: 5/5 – One of the cutest games you’ll ever play.

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I could be wrong, but I think it’s Chinese voice acting? It may be Korean, I dunno — That said, regardless of what it is, it’s highly expressive and further helps bring the characters to life.

I deducted a point (maybe somewhat unfairly) because I didn’t like a few of the voices, but I’m not overly used to hearing Chinese (or whatever language this is). Similar games such as Hello Nikki were originally fully voiced, and the voices removed for US release, so I really appreciate that this game kept the voices in tact.

This is more like a brand new genre of gaming that balances both dressup challenge type gameplay, with otome multiple ending/branching plot gameplay, as well as throwing in “Stat-Raising” gameplay ala Princess Maker or Tokimeki Memorial.

It really captures several of my favorite genres here.

The characters also have unique fantasy elements to them, such as the main “cannon” character being an “elf” which is similar to a “druid” in that he can shapeshift – and sometimes not always “at will” similar to anime such as Fruits Basket or Ranma 1/2. Dozens of dressup options, high customization, you can make your own makeup, and combine different pieces of clothing, from dresses, to stockings, shoes, hair styles, hats, purses, jewelry, and more.

Things have a soft, sweet, “dreamlike” vibe, and lots of pinks are used making it super cute and girly.

It uses Live 2D to make the characters fully animated on dates, like Ensemble Stars or Neko Para.

It also has much more to offer than just “dating” or “just dressup”.

Story Mode helps you unlock new recipes for cooking or tailoring your clothes.

(PS: the cooking and tailoring modes don’t open until later in story mode). As you play you keep unlocking new ways to play the game, making it an exciting and fresh experience on multiple playthroughs. If you don’t know what Skinship is, you might’ve heard about the recent controversy and removal of Skinship from Fire Emblem Fates which I covered in a news article here.

There’s TONS of in game events too, which makes you want to keep playing, and an interesting story too.

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