Early eroge usually had simple stories, some even involving anal, which often led to widespread condemnation from the Japanese media.
Erotic games made the PC-8801 popular, but customers quickly became tired of paying 8800 yen () for such simple games.
Soon, new genres were invented: ASCII's Chaos Angels, a role-playing-based eroge, inspired Dragon Knight by Elf and Rance by Alice Soft.
However, in 1997, they released To Heart, a sweetly sentimental story of high school love that became one of the most famous and trendsetting eroge their origins in the early 1980s, when Japanese companies introduced their own brands of microcomputer to compete with those of the United States.
Competing systems included the Sharp X1, Fujitsu FM-7, MSX, and NEC PC-8801.
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