Quotes about this subject in particular, however imaginatively phrased, never manage to make me feel as husky as I’d like them to.I’m not resigned to operating under the impression that love is little more than a welcomed evolutionary impulse, but I have yet to come across a compelling reason to suspect otherwise.
Human destructiveness is so strong Freud proposed that love, not logic, is the only thing that can balance it.
Moreover, as far as finding a simulacrum for such a complex thing in a video game is concerned, love can’t really be experienced one-sidedly.
That’s what so interesting about love; its validity is beholden to the unexplainable and the rigidly intellectual. Well, not according to Plato’s symposium, or Sigmund Freud’s The Future Of An illusion, or John Donne’s sonnets, or Etta James for that matter, but that’s not really the point.
Regardless of race, creed, species, plane of existence, or definition of "alive," your perfect match is waiting for you somewhere in the great cosmos.
And when it comes to, shall we say, couples, no one tops the open-minded pairings found in dating sims.
However, things take a turn for the weird when, after a fun day at the Alpaca Kingdom, Kazuma awakes to find his girlfriend transformed into a fluffy, flirtatious alpaca. No one else seems to notice Yukari's wild 'n wooly exterior.