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* [[spoiler:DidNotGetTheGirl: With every girl, it's entirely possible to get an ending where they reveal they see you as nothing more than a friend and hook up with someone else entirely.]]

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* [[spoiler:DidNotGetTheGirl: With DidNotGetTheGirl: [[spoiler:With every girl, it's entirely possible to get an ending where they reveal they see you as nothing more than a friend and hook up with someone else entirely.]]



* HairDecorations: Setsu, Amane, Nonono and Mian.
* {{Fanservice}}
* HotterAndSexier: ''Dream Club Zero''.
* HotTeacher: Rui

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* HairDecorations: Setsu, Amane, Nonono and Mian.
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%%* {{Fanservice}}
* %%* HotterAndSexier: ''Dream Club Zero''.
* %%* HotTeacher: Rui



* JigglePhysics
* {{Meganekko}}: Mio
* PantyShot

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* %%* JigglePhysics
* %%* {{Meganekko}}: Mio
* %%* PantyShot



* RobotGirl: Airi

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* %%* RobotGirl: Airi



* {{Tomboy}}: Nao
* {{Twintails}}: Mian
* {{Tsundere}}: Mian

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* %%* {{Tomboy}}: Nao
* %%* {{Twintails}}: Mian
* %%* {{Tsundere}}: Mian


A {{dating sim}} originally for UsefulNotes/XBOX360 by [=D3Publishes=], the creators of ''VideoGame/{{Onechanbara}}''.

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A {{dating sim}} originally for UsefulNotes/XBOX360 by [=D3Publishes=], [=D3Publisher=], the creators of ''VideoGame/{{Onechanbara}}''.


A {{dating sim}} originaly for UsefulNotes/XBOX360 by [=D3Publishes=], the creators of ''VideoGame/{{Onechanbara}}''.

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A {{dating sim}} originaly originally for UsefulNotes/XBOX360 by [=D3Publishes=], the creators of ''VideoGame/{{Onechanbara}}''.



The game is known for its gratuitous {{Fanservice}} and {{Jiggle Physics}}.

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The game is known for its gratuitous {{Fanservice}} and {{Jiggle Physics}}.
JigglePhysics.


A {{dating sim}} originaly for XBOX360 by [=D3Publishes=], the creators of ''VideoGame/{{Onechanbara}}''.

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A {{dating sim}} originaly for XBOX360 UsefulNotes/XBOX360 by [=D3Publishes=], the creators of ''VideoGame/{{Onechanbara}}''.



A SpinOff, ''VideoGame/MahjongDreamClub'', was released in 2012, and as the name implies it is a Mahjong game, but with the series touch, of course. It features all girls introduced in the series so far and has lots of Fanservice by implementing Strip Mahjong into the play; common features from the main series such as dressing up the girls and having other mini-games are also in. This is the first game in the series to have a simultaneous multi-plataform release, Xbox 360 and Playstation 3.

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A SpinOff, ''VideoGame/MahjongDreamClub'', was released in 2012, and as the name implies it is a Mahjong game, but with the series touch, of course. It features all girls introduced in the series so far and has lots of Fanservice by implementing Strip Mahjong into the play; common features from the main series such as dressing up the girls and having other mini-games are also in. This is the first game in the series to have a simultaneous multi-plataform multi-platform release, Xbox 360 and Playstation 3.


The series also jumped over to Sony platforms. ''Dream C Club'' was ported over to the PlaystationPortable in 2010, and ''Dream Club Zero'' was ported over to the PlaystationVita in 2011 as one of the system's launch titles in Japan. Both games also got {{Updated Rerelease}}s for the {{Playstation 3}}, referred to as the "Complete Edipyon" for each game and respectively released in 2012 and 2013.

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The series also jumped over to Sony platforms. ''Dream C Club'' was ported over to the PlaystationPortable UsefulNotes/PlaystationPortable in 2010, and ''Dream Club Zero'' was ported over to the PlaystationVita UsefulNotes/PlaystationVita in 2011 as one of the system's launch titles in Japan. Both games also got {{Updated Rerelease}}s for the {{Playstation 3}}, UsefulNotes/Playstation3, referred to as the "Complete Edipyon" for each game and respectively released in 2012 and 2013.


A SpinOff, ''VideoGame/MahjongDreamClub'', was released in 2012 and as the name implies it is a Mahjong game but with the series touch of course, it features all girls introduced in the series so far and has lots of Fanservice by implemeting Strip Mahjong into the play; commons features from the main series such as dressing up the girls and having other mini-games are also in. This is the first game in the series to have a simultaneous multi-plataform release, Xbox 360 and Playstation 3.

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A SpinOff, ''VideoGame/MahjongDreamClub'', was released in 2012 2012, and as the name implies it is a Mahjong game game, but with the series touch touch, of course, it course. It features all girls introduced in the series so far and has lots of Fanservice by implemeting implementing Strip Mahjong into the play; commons common features from the main series such as dressing up the girls and having other mini-games are also in. This is the first game in the series to have a simultaneous multi-plataform release, Xbox 360 and Playstation 3.


The series also jumped over to Sony platforms. ''Dream C Club'' was ported over to the PlaystationPortable in 2010, and ''Dream Club Zero'' was ported over to the PlaystationVita in 2011 as one of the system's launch titles in Japan.

A SpinOff, ''VideoGame/MahjongDreamClub'', was released in 2012 and as the name implies it is a Mahjong game but with the series touch of course, it features all girls introduced in the series so far and has lots of Fanservice by implemeting Strip Mahjong into the play; commons features from the main series such as dressing up the girls and having other mini-games are also in. This is the first game in the series to have a simultaneous multi-plataform release, Xbox 360 and {{Playstation 3}}.

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The series also jumped over to Sony platforms. ''Dream C Club'' was ported over to the PlaystationPortable in 2010, and ''Dream Club Zero'' was ported over to the PlaystationVita in 2011 as one of the system's launch titles in Japan.

Japan. Both games also got {{Updated Rerelease}}s for the {{Playstation 3}}, referred to as the "Complete Edipyon" for each game and respectively released in 2012 and 2013.

A SpinOff, ''VideoGame/MahjongDreamClub'', was released in 2012 and as the name implies it is a Mahjong game but with the series touch of course, it features all girls introduced in the series so far and has lots of Fanservice by implemeting Strip Mahjong into the play; commons features from the main series such as dressing up the girls and having other mini-games are also in. This is the first game in the series to have a simultaneous multi-plataform release, Xbox 360 and {{Playstation 3}}.Playstation 3.

A new installment featuring the same general gameplay as ''Zero'', ''Dream Club Gogo'', was released in 2014. It's the first entirely original game in the series to be released exclusively for Playstation 3, and it features an entirely new cast of hostesses.



* ActorAllusion: HaradaHitomi, the voice actress of Rui has a VERY similar character design of that of [[LightNovel/BakaAndTestSummonTheBeasts Himeji]]. Japan picks up on that joke obviously and jokes about that is Himeji's future job.
* [[spoiler:DidNotGetTheGirl: [[http://www.japanator.com/ouch-that-s-rough-ending-for-dream-c-club-is-depressingly-realistic-11223.phtml Amane's route]]. She reveals that she sees the player as nothing more than a good friend -- and ends up marrying her boyfriend.]]
** [[spoiler:Actually, this is [[MultipleEndings only one ending]]. This is one of the bad endings that applies to all the girls, and every girl, even Amane, has a [[GoldenEnding true happy end]] where they end up hooking up with you.]]

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* ActorAllusion: HaradaHitomi, the voice actress of Rui has a VERY similar character design of that of [[LightNovel/BakaAndTestSummonTheBeasts Himeji]]. Japan picks up on that joke obviously and jokes about that is Himeji's future job.
* [[spoiler:DidNotGetTheGirl: [[http://www.japanator.com/ouch-that-s-rough-ending-for-dream-c-club-is-depressingly-realistic-11223.phtml Amane's route]]. She reveals that she sees the player With every girl, it's entirely possible to get an ending where they reveal they see you as nothing more than a good friend -- and ends up marrying her boyfriend.]]
** [[spoiler:Actually, this is [[MultipleEndings only one ending]]. This is one of the bad endings that applies to all the girls, and every girl, even Amane, has a [[GoldenEnding true happy end]] where they end up hooking
hook up with you.someone else entirely.]]



* HeyItsThatVoice: YukoGoto, Creator/AmiKoshimizu and Creator/SawaIshige, to name a few.



* NoExportForYou: No games have been released outside of Japan, and it is unlikely that developers have any interest in releasing it overseas.
** Shouted on the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3_kGLCt7Zg "Complete Edipyon" trailer]], where two foreigners see some scenes of the game, and one of them said that he wants to go to Japan in order to just buy the game.

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* NoExportForYou: No games have been released outside of Japan, InterfaceScrew: When the player character is drunk, both the camera and it is unlikely that developers have any interest in releasing it overseas.
** Shouted on
the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3_kGLCt7Zg "Complete Edipyon" trailer]], where two foreigners see some scenes writing in textboxes sway from side to side, and the edges of the game, and one of them said that he wants to go to Japan in order to just buy the game.screen are blurred.


* ActorAllusion: HaradaHitomi, the voice actress of Rui has a VERY similar character design of that of [[BakaAndTestSummonTheBeasts Himeji]]. Japan picks up on that joke obviously and jokes about that is Himeji's future job.

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* ActorAllusion: HaradaHitomi, the voice actress of Rui has a VERY similar character design of that of [[BakaAndTestSummonTheBeasts [[LightNovel/BakaAndTestSummonTheBeasts Himeji]]. Japan picks up on that joke obviously and jokes about that is Himeji's future job.

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* TakeThat: The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3_kGLCt7Zg "Complete Edipyon" trailer]] towards otakus who want to play the game overseas. Basically the commercial tells you that you ''must go to Japan in order to buy it''.

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* NoExportForYou: No games have been released outside of Japan, and it is unlikely that developers have any interest in releasing it overseas.
** Shouted on the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3_kGLCt7Zg "Complete Edipyon" trailer]], where two foreigners see some scenes of the game, and one of them said that he wants to go to Japan in order to just buy the game.


* HeyItsThatVoice: YukoGoto, Creator/AmiKoshimizu and SawaIshige, to name a few.

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* HeyItsThatVoice: YukoGoto, Creator/AmiKoshimizu and SawaIshige, Creator/SawaIshige, to name a few.


[[caption-width-right:350:The hostesses of Dream Club Zero.[[hottip:*:From bottom right: Setsu, Asuka, Haruka, Amane, Nonono, Airi, Mari, Rui, Reika, Nao, Mio, Mian, and Riho.]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:The hostesses of Dream Club Zero.[[hottip:*:From [[note]]From bottom right: Setsu, Asuka, Haruka, Amane, Nonono, Airi, Mari, Rui, Reika, Nao, Mio, Mian, and Riho.]]]][[/note]]]]


* HeyItsThatVoice: YukoGoto, AmiKoshimizu and SawaIshige, to name a few.

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* HeyItsThatVoice: YukoGoto, AmiKoshimizu Creator/AmiKoshimizu and SawaIshige, to name a few.


* ActorAllusion: HaradaHitomi, the voice actress of Rui has a VERY similar character design of that of [[BakaToTest Himeji]]. Japan picks up on that joke obviously and jokes about that is Himeji's future job.

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* ActorAllusion: HaradaHitomi, the voice actress of Rui has a VERY similar character design of that of [[BakaToTest [[BakaAndTestSummonTheBeasts Himeji]]. Japan picks up on that joke obviously and jokes about that is Himeji's future job.


* ActorAllusion: HaradaHitomi, the voice actress of Rui has a VERY similar character design of that of [[BakaNoTest Himeji]]. Japan picks up on that joke obviously and jokes about that is Himeji's future job.

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* ActorAllusion: HaradaHitomi, the voice actress of Rui has a VERY similar character design of that of [[BakaNoTest [[BakaToTest Himeji]]. Japan picks up on that joke obviously and jokes about that is Himeji's future job.

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