Sprung the dating game ds review
Yes, he sets the love of his life up with some model scout for an easy job then goes around playing matchmaker for himself and other characters.Early in the game the rich snotty kid Conor will mention a romantic cruise contest, but it won’t be brought up until the last mission in which you chose between three girls; Becky, Erica, or Kiki, to take on the cruise with you.Of course, not much skiing actually goes on, and the game is split into separate 'scenes' where the player is given the objective of completing a certain goal to progress (for example, getting Becky out of her bad Blind Date.) Many of the scenes have little to do with the supposed romantic goals and instead provide opportunities for supposedly-wacky hijinks and collecting an impressive array of adventure game items, most of which can only be used to trigger joke responses.
Either career path you choose will net you a different work scene.
The modeling one however, pays double the waitressing job.
Besides a ton of filler nonsense, Brett’s storyline has an extra scene called Golden Bonus, in which you play as the character Danny telling women awful jokes.
Brett, like Becky, also has a number of “Bonus Scenes” which the only purpose of is to give you extra useless items for your useless item gallery.
Halfway through her storyline, Becky will meet another ugly guy, the rich kid Conor, and date him only to be cheated on again.
For some reason this results in Becky either framing him for burglary or having his father angry at him.
For some reason the storylines of both characters are vastly different with different characters together in different versions and such, attempting to understand the complex web of who’s fucking who is mind numbing to say the least.
I’ll start by explaining Brett and his story first.
In the first scene you start out on a ski lift with Becky, the female protagonist, and that game flat-out tells you that you’re in love with her even though you’re best friends.