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7.4* out of 10

Cherry Tree High Comedy Club

Comedy fanatic and high school student Miley Verisse has decided Read more

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Jackjohnjr, Metacritic
4 March 2014
  • Summary: I walk into this game with little expectations. (I mean what do you expect from a game called Cherry Tree High Comedy Club.) And It put in this Cheery Mood. The music was upbeat and rocking, the dialogue was hilarious, and the characters were colorful and likable. I will confess the Game only has two playthough if you know what your doing. Also it's a visual novel meaning you have to read a bunch of text, which is a bit of a turn off.
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Paikia, Metacritic
6 February 2014
  • Summary: I only bought this game because it's a japanese simulation game, and I'm a real fan of the genre. The idea is cute, pretty much like in Magical Diary - you make friends in order to recruit members for your club. The problem is, this game seems dull and boring. After playing more complex games, such as Long Live The Queen, Recettear and even Magical Diary, this game simply pales in comparison - *big time*!
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UjuidarEhcram, Metacritic
28 September 2013
  • Summary: The goal of CTHCC is to befriend the game's characters well enough to join the school club. If you've played Persona 4, the gameplay of CTHCC tries very hard to be the town segments of that game. You train certain skills to relate to people better, then talk to them as much as possible in order to become friends with them, see their stories, and finally convice them to join.
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AWG, Metacritic
9 August 2013
  • Summary: It looks like a Game Boy Color game, and it's boring like hell. Would not recommend to any of my friends.
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Eraz, Metacritic
31 December 2012
  • Summary: I took a look at this game a few times and thought "Oh, why not, it looks quite fun so I'll give it a try," and it really didn't disappoint me in many ways, and in several aspects is probably one of the better titles I've played this year. First of all, the story centers on Miley Verisse who is trying to establish a Comedy Club in her School and requires five people to set it up, all within an in game time limit, it felt like a very fun story as you go around town...
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PrincessSunny, Metacritic
10 November 2012
  • Summary: I buy pretty much any game with anime graphics so naturally a Japanese sim game is right up my street. Firstly, the game is very short. It took me 3 hours for my first playthrough. Admittedly, though, there are 6 characters to 'complete' by the end of the game and I only managed 3, and hadn't even met one of the characters, so I imagine there's some replayability there (though I'm not really willing to sit through tonnes of cutscenes I've already seen just to unlock a...
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Overall 8

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Grimlaura, Gamezebo
26 September 2012
  • Summary: This is not exactly an adventure game as we usually think of. Its a combination of adventure, visual novel and strategy something closer to a visual novel Life Quest style. You play as Miley and the goal is to recruit members for your own comedy club. The game is played very simple with intuitive mechanics and tasks. Use the keyboard for the action.
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