Revelation Online asks to hear your dream wedding for a chance at a pricey in-game wedding

    
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so happy together, shudder gasp cough

Ah, marriage! That most blessed of unions, a ceremony that brings you joy even if you’re just holding it in Revelation Online, and far more joyous than the moment two years later where you slump out of bed, sit on the couch, and stare into the middle distance with the cold and unblinking realization that the person you’re married to has become a stranger in a thousand ways both large and small, but your lives are now so inextricably linked that your earnest desire to part ways cannot overcome the fundamental inertia of married life. So keep that in mind as you describe your dream wedding!

The task is simple: Write, draw, record, or otherwise present your plans for a dream wedding in-game and post those plans to a specialized Discord channel. The winning entry will receive the most expensive wedding package available in-game in hopes of making your dreams a reality, while the next two runners-up will receive slightly lesser packages and the knowledge that your greatest romantic endeavors will forever be second place in the eyes of the game’s development staff. We’re sure that won’t provide any opportunities for criticism from your partner. Marriage!

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Melissa McDonald

I’ve said it a hundred times, all game devs have to do to foster roleplay is make a few things available. Making a wedding dress available as a cosmetic will absolutely result in in-game weddings. Housing encourages cohabitation. I’ve often wondered why games like Second Life have insanely rich systems – made by players in the community – like the ability to get pregnant, which is a mini-game unto itself that requires you to manage it, that causes your avatar’s tummy to grow as it progresses (you can pick the term – 6 weeks, etc.) even up to ‘birth’. Some player made that as a mini-game inside Second Life. But a hundred million dollar MMO? heck no, that sounds too hard. /s

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Hikari Kenzaki

The soulmate system was intriguing, but the gameplay is a bit too linear and the art style isn’t in one of the Kenzakis’ wheelhouse. :)

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Simon Morales

Yeah, weddings are great. Kinda sad that I need a second person for this ceremony…

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Bruno Brito

and far more joyous than the moment two years later where you slump out of bed, sit on the couch, and stare into the middle distance with the cold and unblinking realization that the person you’re married to has become a stranger in a thousand ways both large and small, but your lives are now so inextricably linked that your earnest desire to part ways cannot overcome the fundamental inertia of married life.

That got dark quickly.

Also, forcing my loved one to play a my.com game would be the ruin of my marriage, not the start of it.