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* In the ''{{VideoGame/Grow}}'' games:
** A man in ''Grow Island'' will fall in love with a woman the moment he see her, she return the feelings if he can give her flowers.
** In ''Grow Maze'', two hungry creatures will kiss when they notice each others after you put them in the same room.

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* In ''VideoGame/CthulhuSavesTheWorld'', Umi [[DidYouJustRomanceCthulhu instantly falls in love with Cthulhu himself]] after he saves her from two slime monsters. Cthulhu...does not return the feelings. [[spoiler:Until the ending.]]

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* Downplayed in ''VideoGame/TheSims 3''. Highly compatible sims will not fall in love just by meeting each other, but will express a strong interest in each other to indicate that they can make a very good couple. The player has the option of playing it straight by romancing and starting a relationship on the spot though.
** Played straight in Supernatural expansion, where Witches can cast a spell on another Sim that will make them fall in love with the next person they interact with.


* In ''VideoGame/LunarEternalBlue'', Hiro falls in love with Lucia at first sight (possibly due to NakedFirstImpression). The depth of Hiro's instant devotion is such that Website/TheGrandListOfConsoleRolePlayingGameCliches equivalent of TheDulcineaEffect is named [[ConsoleRPGCliches1To24 The Hiro Rule]].
* In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'', Tidus and Yuna both ways.
* In ''VideoGame/ValkyrieProfile'', Lezard Valeth fell for Lenneth Valkyrie upon first sight. Which resulted in him becoming a creepy, obsessive StalkerWithACrush. Oddly, you never actually get to see just where and how he saw her.
* You can start flirting with [[DefrostingIceQueen Bastila]] almost immediately after rescuing her in KnightsOfTheOldRepublic, and the flustered (or [[{{Tsundere}} angry]]) responses indicate that this trope may be in play.
** The female variant can start shamelessly flirting with Carth straightaway, too. He kinda likes the attention...well, until his paranoia kicks in. The GayOption can also proceed like this, with lines like "Juhani, you are a beautiful woman with so much talent." Courtnay Taylor's voice acting wrecks any attempt to keep it at subtext.
* In ''VideoGame/OdinSphere'' [[spoiler: Oswald the emotionless [[DarkIsNotEvil Shadow Knight]] fell in LoveAtFirstSight with Odin's daughter Gwendolyn when he saw her wearing her late mother's dress while on a spying mission in Odin's realm. A feather she left behind reminded him of the prophecy of the dragon Hindel: "Seek the bird... that shall be your destiny."]]
* VideoGame/NeverwinterNights2 has Neeshka, who starts acting rather possessive towards the player almost immediately after he rescues her ([[FanPreferredCouple except that the conclusion]] [[ExecutiveMeddling to that story was cut]]). The two romances that stayed in the game are much more realistically played, due to both of the non-player partners being quite shy.
** Though Neeshka admits later on that the player was the first person to be nice to her. It's understandable that she'd latch on to him.
* Possibly occurs with the player and Silk Fox/[[spoiler:[[RebelliousPrincess Sun Lian]] ]]in ''VideoGame/JadeEmpire''. Their first conversation after she joins the party can end with her commenting that their flirting has gone much further than she originally intended and breaking off abruptly.



* In ''VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures'' this happens to Fox [=McCloud=] once he saw NubileSavage Krystal. Krystal eventually returns Fox's affections, though that's due to a RescueRomance. When Krystal joins the Star Fox crew at the end of the game, [[MySensorsIndicateYouWantToTapThat Fox is all too happy to welcome her aboard]].
* In ''VideoGame/Left4Dead2's'' ''The Passing'', Ellis instantly falls in love with Zoey the second he sees her. Even saying they will skip the dating part and get right to the marriage. Well considering it is the ZombieApocalypse, there probably wasn't time to date anyway.



* Seeing as VideoGame/KingsQuest is based on fairy tales, this trope gets thrown around liberally. In the BackStory, this happened for King Edward the Benevolent, and it turned out badly (she was a witch scheming to get the magic chest of gold). Graham gets hit with this himself when he [[VideoGame/KingsQuestII sees Valanice imprisoned in Kolyma]], and his son gets a dose when [[VideoGame/KingsQuestV he meets]] [[VideoGame/KingsQuestVI Princess Cassima]]. The exception to the rule, like usual, seems to be Rosella. While ''Edgar'' got a case of this upon seeing her in VideoGame/KingsQuestIV, it took her a while to share the opinion.
* In ''VideoGame/SengokuRance'', Kenshin ends up falling for Rance after beating him in a fight and getting a close-up look at him. Rance, being the poster boy for BlackComedyRape, [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments doesn't have the faintest idea how to handle a girl coming on to him]].
* Averted in ''VideoGame/{{Magiulovestruckm}}'', as while Barry is physically attracted by Rose at first sight, choosing to have him declare love for her in chapter 6 will [[RealityEnsues result in her not taking you seriously, since you've only just met]]. Even if you just decide to tell her that Barry was stunned by her beauty, he makes it clear that he doesn't plan on starting a relationship before taking the time to know her. Rose herself will only start to have some feelings for Barry after witnessing him take on Tyrath.
* Naked Snake and Ocelot in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid3SnakeEater'', according to WordOfGod, fell in 'a pure love' from the moment they first saw each other. Unusually for this trope, while they maintain undeniably strong feelings for each other ever after, Ocelot even being revealed to have [[ThePowerOfLove dedicated his entire life to Snake]] in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4'', they are not the OfficialCouple and are demonstratively pretty bad for each other.
* ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic II'': In the cut content, given high enough RelationshipValues, after loses his fight against Darth Sion, Atton tells the female Exile in his dying moments that he loved her from the moment he met her and tried to play it off as a joke.
* Entirely possible in ''VideoGame/TheSims 2'' if you have the Seasons expansion and earn the Wishing Well reward. If a sim successfully wishes for "true love", another sim (usually a Townie or another playable) with the most compatible traits and personality emerges from the well and greets them for a kiss, which automatically boosts their relationship to 70/70 and raises the "in love" flags.
* Much to Taiga's dismay in ''VideoGame/DuelSaviorDestiny'', Nanashi falls in love with him at first sight due to him being a warm, open person. Why is the sex maniac dismayed at having a cute girl in love with him? Well, it probably has to do with her being undead enough that her limbs sort of fall off at a strong impact.



* Much to Taiga's dismay in ''VideoGame/DuelSaviorDestiny'', Nanashi falls in love with him at first sight due to him being a warm, open person. Why is the sex maniac dismayed at having a cute girl in love with him? Well, it probably has to do with her being undead enough that her limbs sort of fall off at a strong impact.
* In ''VideoGame/FableI'', having a high enough attractiveness and a [[HundredPercentAdorationRating good enough reputation]] means that the Hero can't walk down the street without a few nearby men and women hopefully saying, "A wedding ring would be nice..."
* ''VideoGame/FatalFrameMaidenOfBlackWater'':
** [[spoiler: Kunihiko Asou and Ouse Kurosawa]] fell in love with each other the moment they met, but nothing came of it because the former was a guest who left shortly thereafter while the latter was chosen to be a HumanSacrifice.
** A more terrifying example involves a photograph of [[BigBad Ouse Kurosawa]]. Some of the men, upon seeing it, become smitten with Ouse and make their way to marry her, only to be killed off when said marriage goes awry (she's a hostile ghost, after all).
* The ''VideoGame/FeelTheMagic'' series is something of a celebration of this trope, as they both involve your nameless protagonist falling head over heels for a girl and subsequently doing everything he can to win her heart.
%%* In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'', Tidus and Yuna both ways.



* The ''VideoGame/FeelTheMagic'' series is something of a celebration of this trope, as they both involve your nameless protagonist falling head over heels for a girl and subsequently doing everything he can to win her heart.
* In ''VideoGame/UncommonTime'', Aubrey falls hopelessly in love with Alto the moment they see her. This might have something to do with the fact that she's the first person they see when they're revived from their hibernation spell.
* In ''VideoGame/FableI'', having a high enough attractiveness and a [[HundredPercentAdorationRating good enough reputation]] means that the Hero can't walk down the street without a few nearby men and women hopefully saying, "A wedding ring would be nice..."

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* Possibly occurs with the player and Silk Fox/[[spoiler:[[RebelliousPrincess Sun Lian]] ]]in ''VideoGame/JadeEmpire''. Their first conversation after she joins the party can end with her commenting that their flirting has gone much further than she originally intended and breaking off abruptly.
* Shown in a cutscene of ''VideoGame/JakIIRenegade'', where Jak falls for the Girl Behind the Curtain upon meeting her, and is stunned by love at the end, with Daxter franticly trying to snap him back into reality. [[spoiler:The girl turned out to be his LoveInterest Keira Hagai, whom he had not seen for two years]].
* Seeing as VideoGame/KingsQuest is based on fairy tales, this trope gets thrown around liberally. In the BackStory, this happened for King Edward the Benevolent, and it turned out badly (she was a witch scheming to get the magic chest of gold). Graham gets hit with this himself when he [[VideoGame/KingsQuestII sees Valanice imprisoned in Kolyma]], and his son gets a dose when [[VideoGame/KingsQuestV he meets]] [[VideoGame/KingsQuestVI Princess Cassima]].
The ''VideoGame/FeelTheMagic'' series is something of exception to the rule, like usual, seems to be Rosella. While ''Edgar'' got a celebration case of this trope, upon seeing her in VideoGame/KingsQuestIV, it took her a while to share the opinion.
* You can start flirting with [[DefrostingIceQueen Bastila]] almost immediately after rescuing her in ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'', and the flustered (or [[{{Tsundere}} angry]]) responses indicate that this trope may be in play.
** The female variant can start shamelessly flirting with Carth straightaway, too. He kinda likes the attention...well, until his paranoia kicks in. The GayOption can also proceed like this, with lines like "Juhani, you are a beautiful woman with so much talent." Courtnay Taylor's voice acting wrecks any attempt to keep it at subtext.
** ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic II'': In the cut content, given high enough RelationshipValues, after loses his fight against Darth Sion, Atton tells the female Exile in his dying moments that he loved her from the moment he met her and tried to play it off
as they both involve your nameless protagonist falling head over heels a joke.
* ''VideoGame/TheLastSovereign'': In the prologue, Altina proclaims her undying love
for a girl the Chosen One Kai. They've known each other for less than an hour at this point. Riala, the succubus who is about to kill Kai, is not impressed.
-->'''Riala:''' I'm literally an evil incarnation of sex
and subsequently doing everything he can to win her heart.
I know more about love than you.
* In ''VideoGame/UncommonTime'', Aubrey ''VideoGame/Left4Dead2's'' ''The Passing'', Ellis instantly falls hopelessly in love with Alto Zoey the moment second he sees her. Even saying they see her. This might have something to do with will skip the fact that she's dating part and get right to the first person they see when they're revived from their hibernation spell.
* In ''VideoGame/FableI'', having a high enough attractiveness and a [[HundredPercentAdorationRating good enough reputation]] means that
marriage. Well considering it is the Hero can't walk down the street without a few nearby men and women hopefully saying, "A wedding ring would be nice..."ZombieApocalypse, there probably wasn't time to date anyway.



* ''VideoGame/FatalFrameMaidenOfBlackWater'':
** [[spoiler: Kunihiko Asou and Ouse Kurosawa]] fell in love with each other the moment they met, but nothing came of it because the former was a guest who left shortly thereafter while the latter was chosen to be a HumanSacrifice.
** A more terrifying example involves a photograph of [[BigBad Ouse Kurosawa]]. Some of the men, upon seeing it, become smitten with Ouse and make their way to marry her, only to be killed off when said marriage goes awry (she's a hostile ghost, after all).
* In ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'', one of the reasons Sargeras the Burning Titan is so determined to conquer Azeroth is because [[spoiler:he had a vision of the Titan World-Soul within Azeroth opening an eye to look at him and from that moment on he coveted her for himself.]]



* ''VideoGame/TheLastSovereign'': In the prologue, Altina proclaims her undying love for the Chosen One Kai. They've known each other for less than an hour at this point. Riala, the succubus who is about to kill Kai, is not impressed.
-->'''Riala:''' I'm literally an evil incarnation of sex and I know more about love than you.

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* ''VideoGame/TheLastSovereign'': In the prologue, Altina proclaims her undying ''VideoGame/LunarEternalBlue'', Hiro falls in love with Lucia at first sight (possibly due to NakedFirstImpression). The depth of Hiro's instant devotion is such that Website/TheGrandListOfConsoleRolePlayingGameCliches equivalent of TheDulcineaEffect is named [[ConsoleRPGCliches1To24 The Hiro Rule]].
* Averted in ''VideoGame/{{Magiulovestruckm}}'', as while Barry is physically attracted by Rose at first sight, choosing to have him declare
love for her in chapter 6 will [[RealityEnsues result in her not taking you seriously, since you've only just met]]. Even if you just decide to tell her that Barry was stunned by her beauty, he makes it clear that he doesn't plan on starting a relationship before taking the Chosen One Kai. They've known time to know her. Rose herself will only start to have some feelings for Barry after witnessing him take on Tyrath.
* Naked Snake and Ocelot in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid3SnakeEater'', according to WordOfGod, fell in 'a pure love' from the moment they first saw each other. Unusually for this trope, while they maintain undeniably strong feelings for
each other ever after, Ocelot even being revealed to have [[ThePowerOfLove dedicated his entire life to Snake]] in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4'', they are not the OfficialCouple and are demonstratively pretty bad for less than an hour at each other.
* ''VideoGame/NeverwinterNights2'' has Neeshka, who starts acting rather possessive towards the player almost immediately after he rescues her ([[FanPreferredCouple except that the conclusion]] [[ExecutiveMeddling to that story was cut]]). The two romances that stayed in the game are much more realistically played, due to both of the non-player partners being quite shy.
** Though Neeshka admits later on that the player was the first person to be nice to her. It's understandable that she'd latch on to him.
* In ''VideoGame/OdinSphere'' [[spoiler: Oswald the emotionless [[DarkIsNotEvil Shadow Knight]] fell in LoveAtFirstSight with Odin's daughter Gwendolyn when he saw her wearing her late mother's dress while on a spying mission in Odin's realm. A feather she left behind reminded him of the prophecy of the dragon Hindel: "Seek the bird... that shall be your destiny."]]
* In ''VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures''
this point. Riala, happens to Fox [=McCloud=] once he saw NubileSavage Krystal. Krystal eventually returns Fox's affections, though that's due to a RescueRomance. When Krystal joins the succubus who Star Fox crew at the end of the game, [[MySensorsIndicateYouWantToTapThat Fox is about all too happy to kill Kai, is not impressed.
-->'''Riala:''' I'm literally an evil incarnation of sex
welcome her aboard]].
* In ''VideoGame/SengokuRance'', Kenshin ends up falling for Rance after beating him in a fight
and I know more about getting a close-up look at him. Rance, being the poster boy for BlackComedyRape, [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments doesn't have the faintest idea how to handle a girl coming on to him]].
* Entirely possible in ''VideoGame/TheSims 2'' if you have the Seasons expansion and earn the Wishing Well reward. If a sim successfully wishes for "true love", another sim (usually a Townie or another playable) with the most compatible traits and personality emerges from the well and greets them for a kiss, which automatically boosts their relationship to 70/70 and raises the "in love" flags.
* In ''VideoGame/UncommonTime'', Aubrey falls hopelessly in
love than you.with Alto the moment they see her. This might have something to do with the fact that she's the first person they see when they're revived from their hibernation spell.
* In ''VideoGame/ValkyrieProfile'', Lezard Valeth fell for Lenneth Valkyrie upon first sight. Which resulted in him becoming a creepy, obsessive StalkerWithACrush. Oddly, you never actually get to see just where and how he saw her.
* In ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'', one of the reasons Sargeras the Burning Titan is so determined to conquer Azeroth is because [[spoiler:he had a vision of the Titan World-Soul within Azeroth opening an eye to look at him and from that moment on he coveted her for himself.]]


* In ''VideoGame/SengokuRance'', Kenshin ends up falling for Rance after beating him in a fight and getting a close-up look at him. Rance, being the poster boy for BlackComedyRape, [[CrowningMomentOfFunny doesn't have the faintest idea how to handle a girl coming on to him]].

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* In ''VideoGame/SengokuRance'', Kenshin ends up falling for Rance after beating him in a fight and getting a close-up look at him. Rance, being the poster boy for BlackComedyRape, [[CrowningMomentOfFunny [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments doesn't have the faintest idea how to handle a girl coming on to him]].


* ''VideoGame/FatalFrameVMaidenOfBlackWater'':

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* ''VideoGame/FatalFrameVMaidenOfBlackWater'':''VideoGame/FatalFrameMaidenOfBlackWater'':


* In ''VideoGame/SengokuRance'', Kenshin ends up falling for Rance after beating him in a fight and getting a close-up look at him. Rance, being the poster boy for BlackComedyRape, [[CrowningMomentOfFunny doesn't have the faintest idea how to handle a lovestruck girl coming on to him]].
* Averted in ''VideoGame/{{Magium}}, as while Barry is immediately attracted physically by Rose, choosing to have him declare love for her in chapter 6 will result in her not taking you seriously, since you've only just met. Even if you just decide to tell her that Barry was stunned by her beauty, he makes it clear that he doesn't plan on starting a relationship before taking the time to know her. Rose herself will only start to have some feelings for Barry in chapter 6 after witnessing him take on Tyrath.

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* In ''VideoGame/SengokuRance'', Kenshin ends up falling for Rance after beating him in a fight and getting a close-up look at him. Rance, being the poster boy for BlackComedyRape, [[CrowningMomentOfFunny doesn't have the faintest idea how to handle a lovestruck a girl coming on to him]].
* Averted in ''VideoGame/{{Magium}}, ''VideoGame/{{Magiulovestruckm}}'', as while Barry is immediately attracted physically attracted by Rose, Rose at first sight, choosing to have him declare love for her in chapter 6 will [[RealityEnsues result in her not taking you seriously, since you've only just met.met]]. Even if you just decide to tell her that Barry was stunned by her beauty, he makes it clear that he doesn't plan on starting a relationship before taking the time to know her. Rose herself will only start to have some feelings for Barry in chapter 6 after witnessing him take on Tyrath.

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* Averted in ''VideoGame/{{Magium}}, as while Barry is immediately attracted physically by Rose, choosing to have him declare love for her in chapter 6 will result in her not taking you seriously, since you've only just met. Even if you just decide to tell her that Barry was stunned by her beauty, he makes it clear that he doesn't plan on starting a relationship before taking the time to know her. Rose herself will only start to have some feelings for Barry in chapter 6 after witnessing him take on Tyrath.



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* ''VideoGame/TheLastSovereign'': In the prologue, Altina proclaims her undying love for the Chosen One Kai. They've known each other for less than an hour at this point. Riala, the succubus who is about to kill Kai, is not impressed.
-->'''Riala:''' I'm literally an evil incarnation of sex and I know more about love than you.


* ''Franchise/FatalFrame V'':

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* ''Franchise/FatalFrame V'':''VideoGame/FatalFrameVMaidenOfBlackWater'':



* In ''Videogame/WorldOfWarcraft'', one of the reasons Sargeras the Burning Titan is so determined to conquer Azeroth is because [[spoiler:he had a vision of the Titan World-Soul within Azeroth opening an eye to look at him and from that moment on he coveted her for himself.]]

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* In ''Videogame/WorldOfWarcraft'', ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'', one of the reasons Sargeras the Burning Titan is so determined to conquer Azeroth is because [[spoiler:he had a vision of the Titan World-Soul within Azeroth opening an eye to look at him and from that moment on he coveted her for himself.]]


* In ''SengokuRance'', Kenshin ends up falling for Rance after beating him in a fight and getting a close-up look at him. Rance, being the poster boy for BlackComedyRape, [[CrowningMomentOfFunny doesn't have the faintest idea how to handle a lovestruck girl coming on to him]].

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* In ''SengokuRance'', ''VideoGame/SengokuRance'', Kenshin ends up falling for Rance after beating him in a fight and getting a close-up look at him. Rance, being the poster boy for BlackComedyRape, [[CrowningMomentOfFunny doesn't have the faintest idea how to handle a lovestruck girl coming on to him]].


* In ''[[Lunar2EternalBlueComplete Lunar: Eternal Blue]]'', Hiro falls in love with Lucia at first sight (possibly due to NakedFirstImpression). The depth of Hiro's instant devotion is such that Website/TheGrandListOfConsoleRolePlayingGameCliches equivalent of TheDulcineaEffect is named [[ConsoleRPGCliches1To24 The Hiro Rule]].

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* In ''[[Lunar2EternalBlueComplete Lunar: Eternal Blue]]'', ''VideoGame/LunarEternalBlue'', Hiro falls in love with Lucia at first sight (possibly due to NakedFirstImpression). The depth of Hiro's instant devotion is such that Website/TheGrandListOfConsoleRolePlayingGameCliches equivalent of TheDulcineaEffect is named [[ConsoleRPGCliches1To24 The Hiro Rule]].


* ''VideoGame/LifeIsStrangeBeforeTheStorm'': The morning after Rachel and Chloe meet at the Mill, Rachel drags Chloe into Drama club to give her opinion on the supposed LoveAtFirstSight between Miranda and Ferdinand in ''Theatre/TheTempest''. Subtext makes it clear that she's also talking about herself and Chloe. Chloe can either dismiss it as stupid kids who don't know any better or something real. Of course, [[ManipulativeBitch since it's Rachel]], it's hard to say if she actually believes it or is just trying to manipulate Chloe. For what it's worth, with the right dialogue options Rachel spends pretty much the entire rest of the game trying to prove that her love for Chloe is real.

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* ''VideoGame/LifeIsStrangeBeforeTheStorm'': The morning after Rachel and Chloe meet at the Mill, Rachel drags Chloe into Drama club to give her opinion on the supposed LoveAtFirstSight between Miranda and Ferdinand in ''Theatre/TheTempest''. Subtext makes it clear that she's also talking about herself and Chloe. Chloe can either dismiss it as stupid kids who don't know any better or something real. Of course, [[ManipulativeBitch since it's Rachel]], it's hard to say if she actually believes it or is just trying to manipulate Chloe. For what it's worth, with the right dialogue options high enough RelationshipValues Rachel spends pretty much the entire rest of the game trying to prove that her love for Chloe is real.


* ''VideoGame/LifeIsStrangeBeforeTheStorm'': The morning after Rachel and Chloe meet at the Mill, Rachel drags Chloe into Drama club to give her opinion on the supposed LoveAtFirstSight between Miranda and Ferdinand in ''Theatre/TheTempest''. Subtext makes it clear that she's also talking about herself and Chloe. Chloe can either dismiss it as stupid kids who don't know any better or something real. Of course, [[ManipulativeBitch since it's Rachel]], it's hard to say if she actually believes it or is just trying to manipulate Chloe. For what it's worth, with the right dialogue options Rachel spends pretty much the entire rest of the game trying to prove her love for Chloe is real.

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* ''VideoGame/LifeIsStrangeBeforeTheStorm'': The morning after Rachel and Chloe meet at the Mill, Rachel drags Chloe into Drama club to give her opinion on the supposed LoveAtFirstSight between Miranda and Ferdinand in ''Theatre/TheTempest''. Subtext makes it clear that she's also talking about herself and Chloe. Chloe can either dismiss it as stupid kids who don't know any better or something real. Of course, [[ManipulativeBitch since it's Rachel]], it's hard to say if she actually believes it or is just trying to manipulate Chloe. For what it's worth, with the right dialogue options Rachel spends pretty much the entire rest of the game trying to prove that her love for Chloe is real.


* ''VideoGame/LifeIsStrangeBeforeTheStorm'': The morning after Rachel and Chloe meet at the Mill, Rachel drags Chloe into Drama club to give her opinion on the supposed LoveAtFirstSight between Miranda and Ferdinand in ''Theatre/TheTempest''. Subtext makes it clear that she's also talking about herself and Chloe. Chloe can either dismiss it as stupid kids who don't know any better or something real.


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* ''VideoGame/LifeIsStrangeBeforeTheStorm'': The morning after Rachel and Chloe meet at the Mill, Rachel drags Chloe into Drama club to give her opinion on the supposed LoveAtFirstSight between Miranda and Ferdinand in ''Theatre/TheTempest''. Subtext makes it clear that she's also talking about herself and Chloe. Chloe can either dismiss it as stupid kids who don't know any better or something real.

real. Of course, [[ManipulativeBitch since it's Rachel]], it's hard to say if she actually believes it or is just trying to manipulate Chloe. For what it's worth, with the right dialogue options Rachel spends pretty much the entire rest of the game trying to prove her love for Chloe is real.

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