Wales Interactive Announces ‘Ten Days’, Accelerating Conversions in 2023
Wales Interactive, known for its many works in the FMV genre, has announced Ten daysSequel to the locked dating sim Five-dayreleased back in November 2020.
Due to release on February 14, 2023 (yes, Valentine’s Day), the game doubles the number of potential dating matches compared to its predecessor and stars the two core protagonists, Misha and Ryan, who are both involved Join the Speed Dating event to find love. Obviously, the main difference here is that the game will feature live interactions as opposed to the previous title’s focus on webcam interactions.
Here’s a bit more info from the game’s Steam page:
Ten Dates is the sequel to the interactive rom-com, Five Dates, which takes place in the post-pandemic world.
Misha, a millennial from London in search of that elusive direct connection, tricks her best friend Ryan into a speed-dating event with her. Each with their own five potential matches, Misha and Ryan must muster the courage and show the charm to date wildly different personalities.
Throughout the game, your choices and interactions will strengthen or weaken your relationship with the person you’re dating. Amid a series of branching, multi-directional conversation topics and deep questions, Misha and Ryan face ice-breakers, dilemmas, and unexpected truths. Will either find love?
Starring Rosie Day (Outlander), Charlie Maher (Conversations with Friends), Meaghan Martin (Until Dawn, Camp Rock), Sagar Radia (Industry), Sam Buchanan (The Power), Kaine Zajaz (The Witcher), Ellie James ( I May Destroy You) and Rhiannon Clements (Death on the Nile).
– An all-real-life romantic comedy, directed by Paul Raschid (Five Dates, The Complex)
– Real-time relationship status tracking affects the story as you play
Starring Rosie Day (Outlander), Charlie Maher (Conversations with Friends), Meaghan Martin (Until Dawn, Camp Rock), Sagar Radia (Industry), Sam Buchanan (The Power), Kaine Zajaz (The Witcher), Ellie James (I Can Destroy You), and Rhiannon Clements (Death on the Nile).
– Streamer mode – Paused selection to engage with your community, making them part of the decision.
We reviewed Five Dates for its 2020 release and gave it a 6/10, praising the cast and fast pace, but criticizing the awkward dialogue moments.