Above is a 9.6-inch soft vinyl figure of Mian from virtual bar hostess game Dream Club and Dream Club Zero. Out this October in Japan, it's priced at ¥15,750—that's a little over US$200. Crazy!…
Yesterday, a slew of new PS Vita titles leaked from Japanese game mag Famitsu. Today, three of those games have trailers, providing a look at what players can expect.
Dream Club Zero doesn't beat around the bush. It is what it is. And what it is a bar hostess girl simulator game that lets you drink virtual booze, chat up hostesses, and have them sing you songs.
The latest downloadable content for bar girl game Dream Club Zero has a bizarro bug that makes it seem like the girls are wearing wigs. The cat ears? Not a bug, totally part of the game!
Large breasts and video games are not strangers. But apparently, sometimes breasts are not large enough? Sometimes they need a little help? The latest downloadable content for Xbox 360 game The Dream Club Zero is doing just that.
For years, glimpses up skirts were used to titillate Japanese gamers. A new game's done away with that entirely. It is moving beyond, to new realms of I-don't-know-what.
Dream Club Zero features a mini-game in which players feed bar hostesses bananas and sausages. It's latest mini-game, however, is cold and creamy.
Dream Club is a bar girl simulator that allows players to patron a virtual watering hole and chat up chicks. But It's not only about that for fans, it's also about the outfits and dressing up their favorite characters.
Dream Club, the bar hostess simulator, allows players to virtually get drunk. Whoever sculpted this android girl Airi statue must have been totally blotto.
Bar girl game Dream Club Zero will be delayed. The title was supposed to come out on December 30. It won't. Know what's more shameful than that?
D3 Publisher is bringing more hostess dating simulation to the Xbox 360 (in Japan) with Dream Club Zero later this year, adding the option to feed nubile, doe-eyed girls sausages. We'd expect nothing less from Oneechanbara developer Tamsoft. Kudos to them.