We know why you’re here, ever been deciding what game to play based up on what romance options you have, and what characters you can have a relationship with? Well you’ve come to the right place. In this article we look at the top 10 best games with romance options.
Some players buy games because they enjoy intense firefights with other players competing over who can get the most kills, or maybe who can defuse a bomb fast enough. Others like to play on virtual pitches to decide who’s the better football pro and if they can bury penalties in the top corner. For most though, role playing games, or RPGs, are the most popular. They’re popular for numerous reasons, but one of the most compelling is the ability to not only adventure around an open world, but decide how your love life can go, in this article we will look at the 10 best games with romance options.
10. Harvest Moon
In the farming
9. Fire Emblem Awakening
Fire Emblem Awakening provides a different dynamic to romantic bonds. You spend the game battling alongside your potential lover Chrom, the bond being formed more from actions rather than dialogue. If soldiers spend a lot of time on the battlefield together then their relationship will grow closer and closer up until they begin some very deep conversations.
With one game on the list already with only a male romantic
7. Persona 4
It’s only right that we go from one game where you can only romance male characters, to only female characters, to being to romance well, pretty much everyone. In the Japanese RPG Persona 4, the romance evolves in a special organic way, similar to real-life romances. You are able to go on dates with those that you like, marking them for long period of times in
6. Metal Gear Solid III
Metal Gear Solid pits you, the mysterious and dangerous Snake, against many different enemies over a series of missions that bring you and Eva, the only romantic interest in the game, together. You meet Eva in Tselinoyarsk, during the mission called Operation Snake Eater. During this, you develop a passionate relationship that grows over subsequent missions together. The relationship will go on to grow so much that a naked you and Eva will enjoy a cutscene in a cave behind a waterfall that will definitely leave you hot and bothered.
5. Life is Strange
One of my
4. Dragon Age – Inquisition
Unlike the other Dragon Age games in the beloved Bioware series where you were only able to romance the companions available to you, this installment in the series gives you the ability to flirt with any character you wish. Once you’re set on the one your heart desires the relationship is “locked” meaning no other engagements can be made until you “split up” with your current love interest to pursue another. Whether you choose to play as a girl or guy will affect your potential romances, Cassandra and the eccentric Dorian are the options for the guys, while Blackwall and Sera for the girls.
Skyrim, the game that’s gone through as many re-releases as Elvis’ A Little Less Conversation is a game that will always feature high on lists regarding pretty much any metric in gaming, and romance is no different. Skyrim has a wonderfully wide and diverse world full of monsters of all shapes and sizes, and love interests of all races and creed. In the game you can choose to court any one of them you desire, even going so far as to flirt, marry, and with one of the released DLCs you can adopt children together from the orphanage. The game has multiple levels of depth, a fascinating main story-line, great companions, and even scary flying things called dragons.
2. Mass Effect
When it comes to diversity and variation, you can’t go wrong with the Mass Effect trilogy. The only game in this list where romance options aren’t just different races and different creeds but different species altogether. As Commander
1. The Witcher
So the moment we have all been waiting for, the best game with romance options, well to those who have played it, it won’t come as a surprise. In the Witcher you play Geralt, a