How seriously the play is taken depends on the people involved, and the scenario may be anywhere from simple and makeshift to detailed and elaborate, complete with costumes and a script.
Although many who write on Episode will disagree, which is understandable.
The art style of Choices is similar to what many know to be the now dead Spotlight style.
It may involve sexual bondage, either being restrained or a sex partner being restrained.
Depending on the play scenario, the roleplay may be before spectators, and bystanders may be unknowing participants in a roleplay.
Since Episode abandon that style (for whatever reason), Choices art style stands out. I showed my college roommate Episode and she despised every style except the one Spotlight story I showed her (shout out to Black Absinthe by Kay Elle).