Oregairu?

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#1 by mayoinice
2018-11-26 at 05:56
This is oregairu VN version?
#2 by dercry
2018-11-26 at 06:40
Lol no, even though is quite similar setting this is the vn version (vndb.org/Yahari Game demo Ore no Seishun Love Come wa Machigatteiru. Zoku), i guess you are another soul who is waiting for vol 13 translation
#3 by krykry
2018-11-26 at 08:18
This looks like a heavily-based (parodized) oregairu. I'm not even a big fan but I can see several almost copy-pasted into this game.
#4 by [deleted]
2018-12-21 at 20:01
This really looks like Oregairu to the point of ripoff.
Someone please play the trial and give us your impressions on it.
I dub thee: "Erogairu"Last modified on 2018-12-22 at 00:51
#5 by kominara
2018-12-21 at 20:15
oregairu as written by the guy that made Dasaku is honestly one of the best eroge ideas i've seen in a long time
#6 by kazeno
2018-12-21 at 22:17
I find it a pointless fad to care and call anything resembling another a copy or ripoff but this is so much the style of Oregairu that it indeed seems like a parody.

The setting is a lot alike, a strange club with strange people taking on a random request. Well, that's a pretty common setting in many novels.
The demo was very short but almost every character gave the impression of being an alternative version of an Oregairu character, although there wasn't an Iroha-tier-best-girl among them but there was a kouhai heroine with the potential too. The comedy is also alike but feels more prevailing than Oregairu in the sense that in Oregairu, most of the jokes are on the protagonist quirkiness but here every character main trait and weirdness is as stronger as the protagonist quirkiness too.

Anyway, the important point being, I liked the art, the characters, the mood, the writing, and the heroines. I like it a lot, maybe more than Oregairu so if it's a ripoff, it's a well done one.Last modified on 2018-12-21 at 23:14
#7 by veshurik
2018-12-31 at 12:53
So, the full game released. And now it received the ton of rumors among the Japanese readers (like "they didn't fit in deadlines and released the game with such a "poor" state; I'm so sad that I payed my money for that, and that game had several writers, but on the box it is written that only one writer, it's lie!; etc). Fuck that shit, Japanese community can be really terrible...
#8 by kiru
2018-12-31 at 13:17
Japan seems weird at first, but it's honestly pretty easy. Japan likes transparency. Companies can't hide shit and expect to get away with it, unlike in the west.

If you get one writer advertised in Japan, and it turns out that's not true and there are some newbies who have written several routes, people get angry. Very angry. Is that good? I think so. Because half of the game is suddenly a whole damn lot worse for many people. If it wouldn't be... nobody would care. Unfortunately the quality difference is even spotted by people who went completely blind into the game not knowing anything about writers and whatnot.
#9 by wakaranai
2018-12-31 at 14:13
> company fucks up and lies to its customers
> community is in fault somehow

@veshurik your analysis is on par with such beacons of journalistic integrity as polygon and kotaku.
#10 by veshurik
2019-01-16 at 14:16
Well, anyway, you can get the content of the game here (with also scenario) - link

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