Like most exclusive Japanese Xbox 360 games, Dream Club looks set to make the jump to the PlayStation platform. In a recent interview, the game's producer stated:
There have been many calls for the game to be released on the PlayStation platform, and someday I want to answer them.
Dream Club is set in a night club and features a drinking system called "IIS," which has players control their drinking using the Xbox 360 controller's analog stick and try to get the hostess shitfaced so she'll talk about personal things she normally wouldn't. "IIS" stands for "Interactive Inshu System" with "inshu" being Japanese for "drinking alcohol."
There's a system for talking with the hostess as well. Called "ETS" (Emotional Talk System), it gives players three response choices using the X, A, and B buttons on the Xbox 360 controllers. Girls also sing songs for customers and dance and wear costumes and stuff.