Evangelion dating simulator
Four elite students of the National Defense Middle School .
Theyre training to prevent the ''New Century Apocalypse'' .
The game itself is a combination of an RPG, a raising game, and a dating sim rolled into one.
Hideaki Anno was heavily interviewed for the Classified Information files, and is also credited for the Events engine in the game.
Neon Genesis Evangelions (Shinseiki Evangelion 2 Japanese: 新世紀エヴァンゲリオン2) is an Evangelion-based RPG video game, released in 2003 for Play Station 2, and later a PSP version was released in 2006.
It allows the player to follow several characters through several different versions of the plot of the series.
Asuka Langley Soryu is Shinji's childhood friend and neighbor, Kaworu Nagisa is an enigmatic playboy type who has known Shinji for years, and Rei Ayanami is a hyperactive transfer student.
Although the game's name suggests it is a sequel to the previous Evangelion visual novel Girlfriend of Steel, the story is unrelated.
He's just a regular junior high school student that lives with transfer student Asuka and their guardian Misato (Misato is the only adult in this scenario).
, subtitled in English Neon Genesis Evangelion: Iron Maiden 2nd, is a Gainax-produced adventure anime-style video game, and manga based on that game, set in the alternate universe seen in episode 26 of Neon Genesis Evangelion.
The player controls Shinji Ikari, the hero of the original Evangelion series, as he navigates his home, school, and social life in a now-peaceful "Tokyo-3".
The game's basic premise is that it is set in an "Alternate Universe" based loosely upon the famous "Possible World" sequence from episode #26 of the anime.
A lot of the concepts make it into the game: Asuka is a childhood friend of Shinji's, Rei is a spunky transfer student, Misato is the teacher of Class 2-A (although the old bloke is still around), and Shinji lives at home with his parents (both alive and well).