Each girl has her own problems, and as you help them with their issues, you develop emotional connection with them.While the endings of most dating sims are that you finally get to be with the girl/guy you like, it just does not end that way in New Love Plus .It is pure fun and it is not considered as cheating on your partner when you are flirting with game characters!
The catalog of Konami games that can be detected by Psycho Mantis in the cutscene prior to his boss battle is much greater in the Japanese version compared to the later international versions, due to Konami naturally releasing more games for their native market.
The color-themed subtitles are references to two Tokimeki Memorial adventure games that were also developed by KCE Japan: Nijiiro no Seishun (虹色の青春, "Rainbow's Youth") and Irodori no Love Song (彩のラブソング, "Colorful Love Song").
This makes it the last actual revision of the game.
There is a discrepancy between some of the file dates, such as DEMO.
Even the most introverted of them all, who enjoy being alone most of the time, may feel lonely at times.
Those who are searching for a quick sense of connecting with others may relish in playing dating sims in which players get to pick and be with their ideal girlfriend or boyfriend.
This included a special voice-only cameo from Kojima triggered by having save data from both, Snatcher and Policenauts.
As a result, many of Psycho Mantis' lines in which he makes references to games that were released only in Japan, such as Tokimeki Memorial (a dating sim that was popular at the time and had numerous spinoffs), were cut and replaced with references to localized games for the international versions.
Instead of listing the "Cheat" items the player used by using the same font as your ranking, the game used these special textures. It seems the original method to access it (or perhaps just a temporary way) was as a sub-section of the SPECIAL Menu.
This is necessary because there are no difficulty settings tied to use of the radar in the Japanese version. While the Japanese version does not have the Demo Theater readily accessible, it still exists in an unfinished state.
This was likely due to the fact that the Play Station version of Snatcher was developed by a separate KCE division and not by KCE Japan.