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  1. Apr 4, 2011
    As an intellectual experiment, Dinner Date is interesting and even profound. As a meta-narrative about the social constructs that confront the modern man, it fascinates. As a game, it barely qualifies.
User Score

Generally unfavorable reviews- based on 42 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 25
  2. Negative: 15 out of 25
  1. Mar 26, 2011
    It's the worst thing you could spend your money on. This "game" lasts around 20 minutes. It's about us controlling a conciousness of a guy who is waiting for a girl, which he invited for a dinner. We do such things as drinking wine, eating soup, while we listen to his thoughts. Whatever we do doesn't really matter, ending is always the same. The graphics are poor and the music is annoying. I wouldn't recommend this game even for free. And it's not worth any money. Summary.


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  2. May 1, 2011
    This "game" isn't even a real game. More like one of those pretentious art school movies made by a teen with a hand me down video camera, it lacks anything remotely game-like. I'd call it a barely interactive short (20 minute) movie, where your interactions consist of twiddling fingers, drinking soup (which does not stop the banal ranting of the voice actor despite making a godawful slurping noise) and flicking cig ashes out a window if you manage to actually last through this boring crapfest to the final scenes. Graphics are abysmal, they look like PS1 era baby's first school project in 3d art. Save your money, this garbage isn't even one of those 'so bad its good' things. Just watch a video of it on youtube instead if you're curious. Full Review »
  3. Mar 26, 2011
    This game is like the most awesome-est game eber! What more fun than to just sit there, listen to the main guy yap his mouth off on wanting to bang this chick and eating unlimited amounts of bread! If you're the type of person that loves boredom than this game just happens to be for you! Full Review »