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Nothing says romance like an arcane ritual 

Hmm... this is just going to be me sharing a few of my favorite reads/watches so be aware that I'm completely ignoring marketability and only thinking of... myself:

  • Tower of God - One of the most popular Korean webtoons that started in 2010. Here's a very short description: "What do you desire? Money and wealth? Honor and pride? Authority and power? Revenge? Or something that transcends them all? Whatever you desire—it's here." Note that the art has improved since the beginning. Some of the jokes do get lost a bit through the English translation, but it does a pretty good job.
  • Solo Leveling - Another top notch Korean webtoon that is based off of the light novel. It presents a world in which "hunters" are assigned the task of eliminating monsters inside the "gates" that connect the real world to the monster world. The twist is that while all hunters in the world are born into a certain rank, the E-ranked main character soon discovers that he is the sole person in the world with the ability to level up. (If anything, read up to chapter 10 and let me know your first impressions!)
  • My Hero Academia - Japanese manga/anime. Story about a boy born without superpowers (called Quirks) in a world where they have become commonplace, but who still dreams of becoming a hero himself.
  • A Studio Ghibli film also introduces some very odd but deep worlds - Spirited Away, Princess Mononoke, etc.
  • Your Name - Maybe a game for couples? Animated films may not be your thing but I'd still highly recommend this for couples who enjoy romance/drama with a bit of fantasy element to it and quite a bit of humor! 
  • I'm always pretty fascinated by dystopian worlds, and I feel like they could make for an interesting game - I didn't like all of these, but here are some examples: Hunger Games, Maze Runner, Fahrenheit 451, Minority Report
  • Edit: Holes - a lot of the books I read during elementary and early middle school years left a big impression on me because they were the first "long" English books I read after learning the language (my family moved from Korea and came to the U.S. when I was in third grade)