For my birthday, I got the first-ever game made by Her Interactive. That's right. I got McKenzie and Co., made in 1995. It's a game about a high school girl, who wants to find a cute prom date.
That is literally the entire storyline. "McKenzie" is the name of the main character's car. She calls it "Marvelous, Cool, Kinetic movement, Ever-lasting friendship, Non-conformist, Zany, Ingenious, and Empowered". I am not making this up.
To my surprise, the seller packaged the game with the sequel/expansion pack. That means I have 8 CDs, for one game. You thought the first Nancy Drew game was bad, with two CDs? This game has EIGHT. How else can they hold all the video files of cute guys?
I think I will play this game in February, because a dating sim is perfect for Valentine's Day. And I'll try to make it interactive! That is, I'll let the viewers pick which cute guy I should be chasing.
(Please note I haven't tried to install the game yet. Since it's so old, it's possible I won't be able to run it on my computer. That would be the worst.)