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Hibiki Works has made it clear that this will not be just a mass wedding, but that every groom will experience getting married in a private event, surrounded by family and friends, or just other fellow “otaku” who share their passion for dating simulation video games.And in just in case you’re asking yourself “who on Earth would want to do something like this?“It’s a really humanized version of yourself, even though it’s a digital platform,” he says.“You can customize these avatars right down to the clothes you wear.to meet strangers in cocktail bars, but it doesn’t pass for a streamlined process because there is not a gradual leveling up of seriousness, swiping then texting, then, quite suddenly, emotional entanglement.

But then again, most Tinder profiles aren’t intentionally unappealing, either.You alone control look and access of your virtual world - keep your privacy.Decorate the rooms with interactive 3D furniture, your own pictures, paper walls, lay carpets, install mirrors, change the lighting.The only complication: She is a videogame character in the Nintendo DS game called "Love Plus." Still, that didn't stop Sal 9000 -- the only name the groom would give -- from marrying Nene in a ceremony witnessed live by thousands on the Web.When asked if Nene is his dream woman, Sal replied, "Yes, she is.”, I’ll have you know that this sort of anime-style dating simulators are very big in Japan.

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