Five incredible games for people who don’t take part in Valentine’s Day

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VALENTINE’S Day used to be all about sharing an appreciation for your loved ones, but these days it’s all about money.

Whether you’re single, or you just don’t like participating in all the meals, flowers and spending, there are other ways to celebrate.

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Play these romantic games with a dark twist

Get yourself engrossed in these fantastic games that have a romantic and often dark twist to them.

If you want to spend this Valentine’s Day playing games, then here are the ones to try.

Chaos;Head Noah

While there can be romance in Chaos;Head Noah, it is more about a supernatural murder mystery that our protagonist Takumi finds himself at the heart of.

Living alone in a storage container and rarely attending school, Takumi doesn’t see the point in interacting with the outside world.

He’s forced to venture outside after he finds out a serial killer is on the loose and he is the prime suspect.

Chaos;Head Noah, Chaos;Child and Steins;Gate are all sci-fi mysteries with romantic twists that are worthy of your attention.

Catherine: Full Body

Developed by the same team that made the recent Persona games, Catherine: Full Body is a mix of puzzle game and dating sim.

Vincent has been with his long-term girlfriend Katherine for years, and now she wants to get married.

That’s when the seductive Catherine and the kind-hearted Qatherine enter the scene, making Vincent debate who he wants to be with.

He spends his nights climbing a never-ending tower of blocks as he answers questions that bring him closer to his final decision.

Sweet Fuse: At Your Side

A game lost to the PSP library, Sweet Fuse: At Your Side mixes escape room puzzles and romance in a death defying adventure.

Saki Inafune – niece of Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune for some reason – finds herself trapped with some men in an abandoned theme park.

With someone holding hostages in the park, the team is tasked with completing challenges and discovering the connection between them.

Some exciting puzzles and a wacky story that you will want to play multiple times to get to the centre of the mystery.

Nurse Love Addiction

More of a straight romance game, in Nurse Love you play a recent graduate who attends an all girls nursing school.

While not a natural student, Asuka tries her best at the new school and relies on others around her to help.

Having no memories of her early childhood, Asuka has to juggle romance, her high stress job, and figuring out where she came from.

Another romance story with a dark twist, this game also requires a number of playthroughs.

Root Letter

Takayuki receives a disturbing letter from his high school pen pal 15 years after the two last wrote to each other.

Deciding to search for her in the small town of Shimane, he pieces together clues he gathered from her high school letters in order to find her.

Take part in Ace Attorney-style interrogations with her former friends to figure out the truth behind her disappearance.

You can play detective while also searching for your lost love.

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Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GLHF.

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