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Dōkyūsei (PC-98)

Dōkyūsei PC-98 Title screen


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5 point score based on user ratings.


In Dōkyūsei, the player takes the role of a high-school student (default name Takurou) in a Japanese town; his parents have just moved into a large mansion in a good district. The boy has to go to the new school, but his mind is preoccupied with one subject only: pretty girls. Instead of studying hard, Takurou decides to explore the city and to find out more about its female inhabitants.

Dōkyūsei is more interactive than most other Japanese adventures, utilizing point-and-click interface (with context-sensitive icons for talking, touching, etc.) and featuring free top-down navigation through the town and the school building. The hero can enter restaurants, shops, cafe houses, etc. It is also possible to take a train to another district and explore it. The game has an internal clock; a visit to any location (including separate rooms of a building, etc.) "costs" twenty minutes of the game time.

The purpose of the game is to learn where and when the fourteen "datable" girls usually are. Many of the conversations with the girls feature multiple answers; the success in many cases depends on the player's choices.

The game has scenes with nudity and explicit sexual situations.


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Dōkyūsei PC-98 Sports room
Dōkyūsei PC-98 Coffee house
Dōkyūsei PC-98 Chatting with the waitress

Alternate Titles

  • "同級生" -- Japanese spelling

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Dōkyūsei started the Japanese dating sim genre, where gameplay is based around developing a character's attractiveness and social skills to woo virtual boyfriends and girlfriends.
Cor 13 (171997) added Dōkyūsei (PC-98) on Jun 29, 2010
Other platforms contributed by Kaminari (2059), Terok Nor (19339) and 雷堂嬢太朗 -raido.jotaro- (58472)