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This genre is most established in Japan, and is mostly made up of visual novels and simulation games; particularly dating sims and life simulation games.In 2002, Konami released its very successful Tokimeki Memorial Girl's Side, which brought many new fans to the still-new genre.To this day, she believes Angelique helped pave a new perspective for the Japanese video game market.Consumers who purchased the Super Famicon Premium Box edition (December 8, 1995) received the game and the following merchandise: a colored comic book titled Kiniro no Tsuioku (Golden Recollection), a character message CD titled Kouen no Sasayaki (Whispers in the Park) and artcards of the Sacred Guardians.Ruby Party members wanted to make the script "sweet and feminine" to emulate their target audience's comic demographic and to help ease the learning process for people new to video games.The romancing aspects were included to cater to an audience Erikawa felt was largely ignored during the game's conception.Angelique (アンジェリーク) is the first game of its series, the first game to be developed by Ruby Party and the first Neoromance IP.
The genre has many style elements in common with shōjo and josei manga,, and sometimes there are Boys' Love elements in otome games, but the two genres are usually kept separate.
The first video game series was called “Angelique,” which featured a protagonist (Angelique Limoges) who has to compete in populating a land in order to become the next queen.
Along with this, she can choose a lover among her Guardians while ruling the land in order to live happily ever after.
With a multitude of good-looking guys, who wouldn’t find a good match?
The initial release of the game was mainly targeted to teens but surprisingly most of the players were women in their 20s.