Godzilla Is Looking For Love In 'Kaichu: The Kaiju Dating Sim', Which Will Be Available for Switch Soon

Godzilla Is Looking For Love In 'Kaichu: The Kaiju Dating Sim', Which Will Be Available for Switch S ...

The titular plods back into the sea at the end of every classic Kaiju film, safe in the knowledge that their foe has been defeated. They return to their underwater homes, pour themselves a cup of coffee, and watch their day's highlights on TV. It's not a bad day; but they are stuck in a cycle of people asking "where is the monster?" and never "how is the monster?"

Squiddershins' recent game is based on a thought process similar to this. Kaichu: The Kaiju Dating Sim is a game that encourages individuals who are tired of the dating race to imagine how tough it would be if they were 300 feet tall.

On a worldwide speed dating mission to find'monster right,' you'll have to take Gigachu a radioactive dinosaur looking for love. From the trailer, it sounds to be something along the lines of city-wide destruction, with a few flames and laser beams added for good measure (not a million miles away from a standard Love Island season).

In order to have a happy marriage, you will have to listen to your date's dreams and desires before providing complementary answers. Never mind pina coladas and getting caught in the rain, in Kaichu there is nothing more romantic than discovering someone who loves destroying famous landmarks and hearing innocent bystanders' voices as much as you do.

The whole list of features in the game is here. For more information on what to expect from these destructive dates, see the game's official website:

6 admirable kaiju with multiple narratives and endings. Each with its own narrative and relationship obstacles.

Nonlinear Gameplay: From the start, you are completely open to exploring the map and dating any kaiju.

24 Locations: All based on real-world locations, each with their own smashable monument.

Innovative Quiz Gameplay: Reimagining the dating sim genre with compatibility questions based on each kaiju's personality and preferences.

Hand-painted art: Hand-painted backgrounds and hand-animated kaiju created with love in the style of television animation.

Clark Aboud's original music (Kind Words, Slay the Spire)

An ill-timed date will result in even more damage (no likey, more arguing), so we hope your small talk is up to scratch.

Kaichu: The Kaiju Dating Sim will be released on Switch on September 7th, so there isn't much time left before you can find out how exactly a tiny-armed dinosaur would hug their lover.

What do you think of this unique dating simulation? In the comments below, let us know if you'll be joining our kaiju quest for love!