I did the Emi and Haneko routes and gave up halfway into Shizune's route because communicating with her was exhausting.I'll look into Sakura Wars: So long my love for the wii and Majikoi, but I'm not gonna bother with stuff that's not entirely translated in either a fan or official capacity.Steins; Gate might be cool, I loved the anime adaptation of that too.I suppose it's entirely the same plot but with alternate routes for all the girls Okabe has to help out after he messes up the timeline? It's the same basic story but _way_ more in depth (40ish hours vs.emily is away is not gonna give you good feelings or anything, but it's really good.love is strange probably only works if you've played life is strange.
And again Sakura Wars: So Long My Love and Majikoi are very good (and Majikoi's fan translation is complete).
For visual novels I really would recommend Katawa Shoujo, the "disability girls" game.
The game is a lot better than it first sounds and it is freeware so you only have to spend your time in order to find out if you'll like it or not.
The only one I've played is Katawa Shoujo, it's free. The guy you play as kinda sucks but I could connect with it a bit 'cause the game is all about these ppl with disabilities.
If you really like it, the game has plenty of replayability quality games that I liked a lot and that are free: emily is away and love is strange.When you say "dating sim" do you mean something like Tokimeki Memorial or Love Plus where you build up stats in order to date a girl or are you looking for a visual novel where you can date different girls?