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You can expect plenty of twists and betrayals galore, as well as heavy themes about friendship and love throughout, with magnificent production values that are unlike any other bishoujo game that's been released here.If you're looking for a bit more spice to accompany your visual novels, then look no further.#8: Divi-Dead (PC, C-Ware/Himeya Soft)As the oldest entry on this list, C-Ware's Divi-Dead represents some of the best and worst aspects of the genre.***note: While making this list I had to consider many different things, including whether or not I wanted to include games that have visual novel elements like Persona or the Ace Attorney Series.In the end, I decided to focus on true 'bishoujo' dating sim games.#10: Sakura Wars V, aka Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love (PS2/Wii, Red Entertainment/NIS America)Five years is how long it took someone to finally release this storied franchise in America.Music and battles are great, but the real reason to play this gem is the girls.From the hyper-active Luca to the voluptuous Cloche, the memorable cast is the reason Ar Tonelico II is on this list, and the bond between the female protagonists make it hard to put the controller down.#9: Princess Waltz (PC, Pulltop/Peach Princess)Pulltop's audaciously entertaining piece shows what happens when Uno meets hentai.
As I originally wrote in my official Gaming Target review of the game, “[Family Project] was known as the best game of the genre with its mix of good artwork, a great soundtrack, and a very interpersonal story.” Much of which was ahead of its time.Writer Yamada Hajime (Kana: Little Sister, Yume Miru Kisuri) explores the meaning of family through the eyes of a loner, Tsukasa, who's forced to build bonds as a means of survival.Although the game shows its age through recycled CG sets, slightly outdated sprites, and merely adequate backgrounds, Family Project is still a definite recommendation if you're interested in exploring how games such as KEY's CLANNAD came about. O./G-Collections)This is the game known to make grown men cry buckets of tears. In Japan, it isn't space marines, guild raids, or massive online shooters that the real Otakus are interested in.I present to you the top ten bishoujo games that have been commercially released in English for your enjoyment.