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Sucker for Love: Date to Die For

AkaBaka, DreadXP
Apr 23, 2024 - PC
Strong

OpenCritic Rating

76

Top Critic Average

80%

Critics Recommend

VG247
4 / 5
God is a Geek
6 / 10
GamingTrend
95 / 100
DarkZero
7 / 10
CGMagazine
7 / 10
EIP Gaming
9.3 / 10
Capsule Computers
7.5 / 10
GameLuster
8 / 10
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Critic Reviews for Sucker for Love: Date to Die For

Sucker for Love: Date to Die For doesn't do anything completely groundbreaking, but it is perhaps one of the best examples out there of the thing it is doing, and it would be a shame to see it buried in the avalanche of dating sims of admittedly variable quality available on Steam. It's a stylish and well-written visual novel that finds the balance between horror story and love story, while managing to maintain both throughout. But there's more to admire. It's also a fine example of how a black comedy dating sim can simultaneously be an irreverent vehicle to admire the assets of well-endowed anime women and an inclusive experience that not only makes players not typically included in the genre feel welcome, but gracefully and authentically centres an underserved perspective.

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Sucker for Love: Date to Die For is an interesting visual novel blend of horror and romance, but it's just a little bit lacking in a few areas.

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Sucker for Love: Date to Die For is a surprisingly heartfelt, wholesome dating sim between a girl from a small town and a goat from beyond the stars. The comedy takes a backseat here in favor of some very tense horror and incredibly cute romance, though there are still jokes and gags a plenty. It's a short and sweet experience that will shock you, terrify you, and warm your heart.

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The story is told and then it ends, but it makes you feel like there should be more, leaving not a craving for another entry but slight disappointment that your curiosity isn't fully satiated.

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Sucker for Love: Date to Die For was short, a little broken, but ultimately engaging and relatable. Just like my love life.

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Somehow, despite everything, Sucker for Love: Date to Die For is monumentally above its predecessor and is elevated far beyond its premise. What should be a schlock romance/horror/comedy game that struggles to mean anything instead becomes shockingly poignant and effective at those three genres and more. This game's story, bolstered by great art, fantastic voice acting, and surprising writing, should not be as good as it is. But, believe it or not, it is worth your time.

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Sucker for Love: Date to Die For features expanded gameplay and emphasizes horror but limits routes as a result, instead focusing on providing a strongly written and unique take on love.

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Sucker for Love: Date to Die For is everything it sets out to be and more, even with its few stumbles. For fans of any one of the genres or influences it honours, you are in for a smile-inducing, yum-awakening treat.

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