I can't remember even one from previous games aside from Link that anyone ever mentioned liking other than Shad, I think, the resistance guy from TP with the glasses.80/80So yeah with everyone going after Link's master sword the only logical conclusion is to turn the next game into dating sim and add romance options just like our good pals at Bioware, so who is the lucky gal or guy who gets to cuddle with the hero of hyrule?

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It’s a chaste romance, but probably still the closest the two will ever get to actually dating. More » This game offers a strange, very Japanese form of romance, being half dating sim and half mech combat.

I found this game painfully tedious and didn’t play much of it, but since half the gameplay involves the main character trying to flirt with hot mech-fighting girls, it has to be considered an important part of the Wii’s romance genre.

But nothing is so effective at distracting boys from machines as a girl in a skimpy dress. movies, a young Doc Brown’s past is altered, leading to a romance with the town busybody, in turn leading to an Orwellian future in Hill Valley.

is the one that comes closest to explicitly making Zelda and Link into a couple, or at least two teenagers who like to gaze longingly at one another. The game tells us that waiting for the right person to come along isn't important just for you but for everything that ever happens from then on.

Zelda has always had waifus, and this game is no exception and certainly steps up the quality and quantity.

But now there are actually at least three good choices for husbandos as well (not counting Link, who gets improved in that regard with Desert Voe armor too).

Your girlfriend Rachel was telling a lot of stories from her weird sexual life.

At the first time, you didn't believe her of course.

I'm honestly giving thinking about just giving up on Mass Effect and sticking to Dragon Age.