Who will be your soul mate? Mr Love: Queen's Choice is a romance simulation game that gives you the opportunity to text, chat and even call the main characters while developing your own career as a media producer.
In a world filled with superpowers, fantasy, and surprise, you will experience a girl’s whole life and get deeply involved with 4 male characters, feeling their romance, love, mystery and conflict in a deep story spanning dozens of episodes.
Deepen your connection with your love interest by hearing his voice in English or Japanese. What type of voice do you prefer from a guy? Will it be soft, husky, lazy, sexy, pure, or deep? Mr. Love provides an immersive romance experience by allowing you to hear your love interest’s voice on your phone.
Japanese and English languages can be switched at your command, with famous voice actors providing voices in Japanese. The cast includes popular anime voice actors, including Daisuke Hirakawa (Free! - Iwatobi Swim Club, Rei Ryugazaki), Tomokazu Sugita (Gintama, Gintoki Sakata), Yūki Ono (Kuroko's Basketball, Taiga Kagami), and Tetsuya Kakihara (Fairy Tail, Natsu Dragneel).
Want to watch the starry sky with him? Concentrate on work with him? See his genuine smile after saving a homeless dog? Ultra HD pictures, hundreds of delicate drawings, and CG will keep a record of every unforgettable moment between you and him.
The world of Mr. Love is full of mysterious superpowers. Here you will experience a unique combination of fantasy and romance. As the story unfolds, you will unravel the mysterious secrets about his and your own identities through dozens of episodes, a deep plot, and a passionate romance simulation.
Message, Call, and Connect
Keep in touch with your love interest through messages, calls and social media. Chat with him via messenger and calls, and be the first one to comment on his online posts. You can even share your own moments and @ him.
Run Your Company
Run your own production studio! You will need to hire employees, produce TV programs (drama, episodes, interviews and more), keep an eye on each detail, and deal with emergencies. Make your own company succeed!
Genius scientist, resolute agent, demanding CEO, and popular superstar. You seem to know him pretty well. But…do you actually know the real him?
Optimized language in Main Story and some gameplays.
Ratings and Reviews
More like a Gacha than an Otome
For all of the bad reviewers who complain about the difficulty of progressing, I think most are discussing progressing with the Dates and Footage options, where you get to pick a character and focus on them individually. While it is difficult to progress within those, it is definitely not impossible. The creators probably intended for dates and footages to be utilized in a spaced out manner compared to progressing through the main story. With that being said, the game very much isn’t like a dating sim or Otome because it plays out like a card-collecting game with the story interspersed between mini-games. In addition to the main story (which definitely can be completed for free, you just need to go back to older chapters and collect items to level up karma cards!), there are lots of other features to keep you engaged so it doesn’t seem just like a boring card-collecting simple strategy game. Overall I think it’s great and the fact that the dialogue options you pick in calls and texts and social media don’t effect the outcome of your intimacy level w/ the character makes things a lot more fun and less stressful. The game mechanics are a little difficult to understand (there’s more than a couple in game currencies) but the appeal is there and is worth it!
Early impression is good!
I’m a huge Love Nikki fan, so the elements here are very familiar- the gotcha style karma draws, stage gameplay and character focus is all very familiar. I’ve always been a sucker for “uncover the truth” stories, and honestly it’s a nice change of pace in an otome title to be focused on building your own media company and taking some initiative.
English isn’t bad - Nikki has worse sometimes- but having to download the Japanese options was annoying and buried in the interface. I do miss having all the game prompts in one place, and sometimes I have a hard time tracking down which thing is triggering an exclamation point.
I’m also unfortunately aware of how “free” this game is likely to be, and didn’t miss that it asks for these reviews incredibly early- before many players will have started hurting for stamina, gems, or more karma draws.
I do think the story is worth it so far, and I don’t think the prices are unreasonable- I’ll more than likely end up throwing a few bucks in here and there and feel like I’m supporting some solid VA work. But it’s fair to warn potential players that there are lots and lots of ways to sink money into this.
Pretty good but kinda frustrating
I like the guy characters for the most part, typically I enjoy types like Victor but I fine his character be be more of a jerk than I typically am okay with, it makes me hope to uncover a not jerk side but his verbal abuse makes it hard to want to pursue anything, the only redeeming idea you get from him is that he saved you a couple times but that's it. Other than that, this game feels a bit convulted, it takes forever to progress and held the skills/karma you need and the dating seems impossible to progress in because it feels like the purple hearts are a hard item to get and the further you go on a date the more it demands yet you only receive purple hearts occasionally. There are a few other annoyances I won't get into, these are just the main issues. Otherwise, I find the game fun and the phone conversations enjoyable, the calls, texts, posts are amusing. Some of the characters are fun or interesting and having the challenges with filimg is also kinda enjoyable except some minor annoyances like missing talent that can help and being unable to know how to find them. Overall the game is okay and I'm still going to play it.
- ELEX Technology Holdings Co., Ltd.
- 178.1 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
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- In-App Purchases
- Privilege Growth Pack $0.99
- 100 Gem $1.99
- $0.99 Sale $0.99
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.