Sprung the dating game ds
After a few hours of it, it turned out Conor and I were tied for first place.
Final Chapter: Sprong I'd called him Dickbag, but it was he who I had to face at the end. The girls got these token things, and you had to convince them to give them to you.
Sprung is a dating game that takes place at an upscale ski resort.
Play as either Brett or Becky, two young and attractive adults, on vacation - each "looking for love".
Their major personality traits is that they are main characters, and therefore not as broadly drawn as the ten or so other supporting cast members, all of whom fall into teen movies cliches including two of Brett's friends/wingmen (both nimrods), the slut, the nerd, the snob, the bitch, the hippie (alright, that one's a bit less normal) and a bunch of others.
The tropes are well worn and not inherently terrible, but Sprung fails massively for two major reasons. And this game is all writing - there is nothing to do but listen to people talk and then respond.
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