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It's not a bad game if you have 100 hr to sink into it.

If you liked Persona's dating elements Conception II (which is more or less a clone of Persona) blows it out of it out of the water in that aspect.

I'm looking for an rpg that has some datin sim elements akin to persona 3 and 4Or even Fire Emblem Awakening.

If there's one thing Conception II did right it was the dating sim elements.

Interacting with the girls is a lot of fun, all of them with very different personalities.

I heard Sakura was was kinda weird so not that one lol. Sakura Wars is weird, but that's more or less exactly what you want. The other thing that comes to mind is the Rune Factory series.

These games are paced very differently from average, and avoid the early couple (pun not intended). as would most of the PS3/Vita Atelier games come to think of it, though Mana Khemia would probably fit your tastes better.

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I particularly liked the social link with Ken and the supports with Ricken.

I have heard good things about the Rune Factory series, it being described as Harvest Moon with dungeon crawling.

The game is very difficult, but provides infinite quicksaves and has very tight controls; as a bonus Marie's current level of nudity is reflected in cutscenes and the ending, so you're rewarded for playing dangerously.

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