FindTechNews: "Maybe my experiences in high school were out of the ordinary, but I can’t think of a better way to depict my idea of innocence. Four years of life played out in one building, where the only things that mattered were homework assignments and girls. As a (proud) geek, my time was spent anxiously arguing with my closest friends about which girl I should ask to a dance, or excitedly recounting the time I brushed up against “my crush” in between classes. These were interactions devoid of the emotional severity and sexual tension of adulthood. These were childish vignettes that embody my fondness for an innocent way of life.
My love for Japanese role-playing games, then, isn’t surprising, because JRPGs avoid explicit sexual relationships and focus on puppy love more than any other game genre out there."