LoveChoice is an interactive novel that explores relationships and tries to explain what love is. The game spans across three separate stories.
Although there are elements of a visual novel here, the game function more as a point-and-click adventure. Each of the three stories take place in your apartment, and it shouldn't take longer than 20 minutes to finish each one. With that said, there's some replay value to those looking to experience each ending.
Each story is divided into varied experiences; Love-Game, Love-Distance and Love-Detective. The first one tells the story of a boy trying to control his nerves, building courage to ask a girl out on a date. You have the choice to decide what to say, and hopefully chose where your date will take plce.
You'll soon see how your decisions impact the outcome of the relationship. The game does a good job of making these feel relatable, and I enjoyed replaying them to see what the other outcomes were.
The visuals also present a cute, hand-drawn presentation that feel well suited to the calming gameplay. I found the entire experience a relaxing and rather fun experience. It's just a shame the stories are so short and lack much depth. 6