Summary: I am a huge fan of daily life games and I was recommended this game by a friend. I looked it up and saw that it was at my local gamestop for only $2.99, so I figured, why not? I did not have a ps2 at the time when I bought it, so I played it at my friend's house. I fell in love with it right away. The next day I went out and bought my own ps2 so I could continue to play it. I played it nonstop until I beat it. It is one of my favorite games of all time.
The only game in which you kiss people for money and health
Oleg Roschin, MobyGames
26 November 2011
Pros: You are taking a stroll through a quiet town at night, trying to avoid a maniacal, robotic, permanently smiling policeman who will shoot you on sight. Suddenly a teacher who looks like a midget imbued into a telegraph pole runs towards you, shouting gibberish. You decide to take a back alley and put your ear to the sewer manhole. You discover that a turtle lives underground, dreaming of naked people. But you have no time, because you need to assemble four dictionaries...
Cons: The game's big problem becomes evident when its own wackiness turns against itself. The designers showed much inspiration creating the game world, its inhabitants, and the original premise, but they didn't stop there: apparently, they decided that lack of logic and weirdness always equals fun, no matter how ill-conceived they may be when applied to gameplay. As a result, their imagination traveled too far, turning the simplest tasks in the game into exercises in cluel...
Summary: For people who adore bizarre and the essence of Japanese humor, like I do, then you will LOVE this game. The whole game revolves around the goal of the main character (who lives with his dad) kissing his dream girl (literally). In order to be the best man for her he needs to basically train himself by kissing EVERYONE in town, and by everyone I mean EVERYONE; women AND men (kissing equality, woohoo!).