Romantic virtual dating game
Even though Meta had intended to keep things casual -- she was in the midst of ending a 16-year marriage -- it soon became clear that this was not your average one-night stand.Over the next few weeks, they would go to amusement parks, take walks along the beach, tour architecturally-interesting houses and stay up through the night talking.The twice-divorced single father proposed on Christmas Eve, and the couple married after Meta, who now works at a local junior high school's lunchroom and coaches the cheer squad while maintaining her job as a wedding planner in Utherverse, had finalized her own divorce.Sean and Meta now celebrate two wedding anniversaries.
"We turned on our cameras on Skype because our daughters wanted to meet each other," Meta told The Huffington Post.
”, I’ll have you know that this sort of anime-style dating simulators are very big in Japan.
Real-life dating is becoming less popular in Japan, with data showing that 1 in 3 Japanese men remain single for life, so many people actually turn to technology to fill the romantic void in their life. Three years ago, a reality TV show launched a girl band whose members fans could actually marry.
The next month, Meta and Kinzee moved to Colorado with Sean and Josie.
"We are each other's missing puzzle piece," said Sean, who is currently pursuing an associate's degree in IT information systems in real life but is a DJ in Utherverse.