Dōkyūsei: Bangin’ Summer – Review

Written by Thomas Knight

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Dōkyūsei: Bangin’ Summer brings us back to the early 90s of adult gaming, with this remake of a classic dating simulation game. Some credit the original Dōkyūsei by Elf as establishing the concept of pursuing a single heroine in dating sims and visual novels, so it’s interesting to experience a piece of the history of the genre.

Summer Lovin’

The story of Dōkyūsei: Bangin’ Summer is simple – it’s actually more of a premise. You play as a nameable protagonist, currently on summer break. After spending the first half of your time off working and saving up money, it’s time to have some fun!

Our protagonist is not interested in studying or sports. It’s quickly established that from the first day of class, he’s only been interested in chasing women. And this is how we spend our summer.

The story starts with a friend calling you and asking to go shopping for his girlfriend, but you can choose what to do from there. Dōkyūsei: Bangin’ Summer lets you schedule your own time and go where you want, which lets you make your own story to an extent.

A (Mostly) Good-Hearted Pervert

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