Check out this truly amazing anime girl dating game, Shoujo City 3D! In this Shoujo City 3D Gameplay Video, I give you a full walkthrough for the first day of the game. I show you how to make your anime girlfriend happy by getting her to the restaurant, and then where the closest vending machine is to get her the drink she wants. I also take off all my clothes and get arrested, so thats a thing.
Shoujo City 3D is presented as a yuri (girls only) dating simulator, but at the point the game is so EXTREMELY early access on steam, there is little to no actual gameplay in it. Now, the dev team does state at the beginning of the game "this is early access, theres currently no way to beat the game, and we pan on adding more things to it in the future" but COME ON. So like I was saying, the steam page for Shoujo City 3D says the following:
"Shoujo City is an anime dating simulator game, combining gameplay of bishoujo visual novels and sandbox-style city exploration adventure. The game is set in virtual 3D Tokyo and focused on anime and otaku culture. In the beginning of the game you'll get your own unique anime girlfriend, and then will have to take care of her, exploring the city together during various dating activities.
Dating - you can go on visual novel-style dates with your girlfriend, or by choosing one of alternative dating activities.
Shopping for clothes, accessories, food, snacks, toys.
Cooking - to win heart of your anime girlfriend, you'll have to cook food for her, by using recipes and combining various food ingredients.
Cosplay and customization - you can dress your character and your girlfriend using different clothes and accessories.
Unique girls - every player will get a unique girlfriend with her own likes and dislikes. Also, you can choose to date a dakimakura pillow.
UFO catchers where you can obtain anime figurines and put them on display in your apartment room.
Yuri - the game features romantic relationships between two girls.
All graphics and 3D assets are hand crafted specifically for this game and are based on contemporary culture of Japan - including accurate recreations of vending machines, Tokyo street signs, Shinto amulets, food recipes, etc."
And while those things might technically be true, and may be hidden away in the game somewhere, what i saw is an incredibly poorly designed game, that has very few things to do, and is at this point a compete waste of time. There will have to be MAJOR amounts of work put into this game to ever make it enjoyable, and tbh I dont know if the dev team ever will.
But if you are still curious about the game ( I mean I was, thats why I bought it on steam) you should check out my gameplay video for Shoujo City, I try to give a bit of a tutorial to you in the video as I did play around with it for about a while.... longer than I would recommend anyone else do currently.