By Ishaan . March 12, 2013 . 8:30am
Most of those are rather obscure, but some of our readers might be familiar with Sentimental Graffiti. This is a series of well-known dating-sims that started out in 1998 and was developed by NEC Interchannel. The first game was initially released for the Sega Saturn and then ported to the PC and the original PlayStation.
Sentimental Graffiti has you step into the shoes of a protagonist with 12 potential love interests, who never had the chance to settle in a single city as a child. One day, you receive a mysterious letter from someone asking to meet you, and decide to travel to all the cities you’ve been to in the past, resuming contact with old female friends, in an attempt to figure out which one of them sent the letter.
Since PSOne imports are released as-is without any localization work done on them, you’re out of luck if you don’t read Japanese and want to understand the game without a guide. That said, it is interesting to see a text-heavy Japanese-language dating-sim like this see release on the PlayStation Store.