Last week, in a church in Guam, a priest had the opportunity to join, in what should be holy marriage, a man and his virtual girlfriend.
The couple held a reception for the wedding yesterday, and everyone could watch, since Nico Nico Douga decided to broadcast the event live.
The interaction with the girls is designed to be as true to life as possible: you chat, go on vacation, even kiss them (yes, via the console screen).
Forget to text or call and you could end up dumped.
Her classmates shy away from her perfectionism, which is why she has few friends.
If you do not understand what is causing this behavior, please contact us here.However, such verisimilitude in the relationship experience has led to some seriously out-there reactions from fans.SAL9000, a young gamer from Tokyo took the bold step of marrying his Love Plus girlfriend (in other words his Nintendo DS) in an online ceremony last November.A lot of people out there have stated that they simply love video games, and considering some of the quality products out there no one can blame them.But few individuals would feel comfortable enough to take their love to the next step and actually marry their beloved game.