Henry A. Spencer (from “Ojisama no Propose Eternal Kiss”) is a rich blonde young man with a whopping IQ of 200.
Then there’s Date Masamune (from “Tenkadoitsu Koi no Ran Love Ballad”), a character based on a real samurai warlord who ruled Japan’s Azuchi–Momoyama period through early Edo period and founded the city of Sendai.
The wedding’s ending reportedly depends on the bride’s responses in the interactive conversation.
One thing for certain, however, is that brides get to take home a wedding photo for an additional 700 yen ($6.52).
This is not the first time people in Japan are getting 2D spouses.
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