@FairyGodfeather -I have no idea what GSOH means… >.> And, sort of, yes. More than anything it’s about dating. The first part is about finding someone to go after, but you also have other things to take care of that may bring you down (such as, if you don’t go to work, you may end up broke and unable to pay for future dates/gifts, etc. Or if you say you’re in college but you don’t attend at all, you’ll be dropped)
My initial plan is that each character gets their own piece. Once you choose them you learn about them, do things with them and generally try to make things work. They all have their own thing going on, and each have their own background and personality.
Also, there are a few specific characters that you can convince to add a third into your relationship (if that’s what you mean). It’s completely avoidable for those who don’t agree with it.
At the moment I’m wondering whether to decide about friendships with others while you’re dating someone else. During the first part you go through and you ‘meet’ people, get their number and such, and I’m deciding whether to allow you to be able to text/call those you’ve met before and even potentially starting a relationship with them instead. More of a ‘restart’ than anything, really. But we’ll see.
@jeantown -I know exactly what you mean. I’m constantly restarting games because I realize that I’ve done something that I shouldn’t have and completely messed it up what I was going for. There are moments that you can say something that will have negative effects but they’re very easy to spot. But you also kind of have to keep an eye on the person you’re talking to, because if you say you absolutely hate dogs while you’re helping her carry dog food, chances are you might hurt her feelings a bit.