Romantic Comedy Dating Sim Love Esquire Releasing Today

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October 8, 2019

Indie game developer Yangyang Mobile has released their second game, Love Esquire, on the 8th of October 2019. In this fantasy world, you’re not a typical hero – you’re a lowly squire who’s on an epic quest to get laid!

Love Esquire is a romantic comedy dating simulator featuring 5 lovely ladies who are waaaay out of your league! If you want to get noticed, then you’ll have to git gud by improving your mediocre stats and turning up the squirely charm! Once you’ve got that in the bag, be prepared to uncover juicy plots, dirty little secrets, and steamy fanservice!

Aside from chasing the ladies and grinding your stats to become the ideal man, Love Esquire also offers the following features:

  • Old-school Turn-based Combat – You may not be a decent squire, but you have a number of unconventional techniques to keep your needy knight alive. Taunt, cheer, heal, and loot your way to victory!
  • Multiple Endings – What’s waiting for your squire at the end of the journey? Getting laid or dying a lonely virgin? Be careful with those choices!
  • Fully Voiced – Hear your waifus fully express their undying love for you!


Love Esquire’s Kickstarter was successfully funded in less than 24 hours! Ever since, the game has been in development for two years, progressively adding new features after reaching certain stretch goals. You can now purchase the game for $24.99 USD with a 10% launch discount.

Here are the links for all you hopeful squires out there:


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