Dating games to play
Romance is in the air in The Witcher 3, and so is the stench of a fire-breathing wyern.
Fire Emblem Awakening is an epic tactical role-playing game that has you defend a kingdom using an army of swordfighters and spellcasters, but true fans know that it's basically a dating sim.
As a Geralt/Yennifer shipper, this is the only relationship for me (besides, there's a very racy scene with a stuffed unicorn…), but there's something equally alluring about Triss Marigold.
Of course, because this is a Japanese RPG, is has a hidden, creepy nature, as Catherine is a succubus who tempts men for her own ends, and Vincent soon falls into a terrifying series of puzzling nightmares as he's forced to solve a series of giant puzzle blocks, which create a staircase he must manage to climb if he doesn't want to die in his sleep.
It's all about finding a connection with another character, then seeing whether or not they're willing to reciprocate your feelings, which feels more realistic than "anyone can romance anyone" options from similar games.
The Witcher 3 is one of my all-time favorite games.
In Persona 5, Joker leads a group of high school students on a mission to stop the adults whose rampant injustice that is ruining their lives, and manages to find a ton of time to romance most of the women he knows (sadly, none of the men) — including his seductive local physician, his suggestive teacher and the local Shogi (a Japanese strategy game similar to chess) champ.
Just beware the inherent risks of dating two people at once, as that choice may come back to bite you.