Dating, for the most part, sucks. You spend your time searching for a decent, interesting human being to spend time with while navigating creeps who hit on you just because you're wearing a Spider-Man shirt (true story). But the game Flix and Chill 2: Millennials will remind you that while dating is difficult, finding your significant other makes it worth the trouble in the end.
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Bartending for a delinquent cast of sci-fi characters, it turns out, is the ideal way to world-build a dystopian visual novel/game. VA-11 Hall-A, released yesterday on Steam, offers players the chance to serve up noxious drinks to the sketchy citizens of Glitch City, circa 207X AD, the kind of place that would star as the background for a sci-fi blockbuster. The game is a must-buy for fans of interactive fiction, stylised retro games, cyberpunk and girls with cat ears -- just about everybody, right?
Read Only Memories was successfully backed on Kickstarter a couple of years ago to the tune of nearly US$70,000. It promised to mix some of Neo-San Francisco's scummiest individuals with retro graphics and the adventures of the world's first sapient robot -- and it's out now.