Dream Club Gogo has an Earth Defense Force costume
posted on 12.27.13 at 03:51 PM EDT by (@salromano)
Purchase from the D3 Publisher Web Shop for a pink variant.

Dream Club Gogo

First-print copies of Dream Club Gogo will include an exclusive “Pale Wing” costume from the Earth Defense Force series, D3 Publisher announced.

If you purchase the game at D3 Publisher’s Web Shop, you’ll also receive the “Pale Wing Pure Pink Version” costume.

Dream Club Gogo will cost 6,800 yen when it launches in Japan this spring. At the D3 Publisher Web Shop, you can also purchase an limited edition pack that includes a “Host Girl Assembly Pattern Tapestry” (B2 size) for 8,800 yen.

Screenshots of the Pale Wing costumes can be seen at the gallery. You’ll also meet four new host girls: Noko, Ouka, Mitsuki, and Chiri.

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  • PrinceHeir

    really love the uniform stripes fro EDF :)

    • Pyrofrost

      EDF4 should be out soon actually as well.

  • https://www.youtube.com/user/GamingHeroTetsuya TetsuyaHikari

    Dream Defense Club

  • kurosan9712

    Can’t quite pin it, but the girl on the picture in the article(not in the gallery) awfully reminds me of someone. Just can’t remember who exactly…
    Guess she’ll be the first one I’ll pick, hehe.

  • almostautumn

    Graphics look excellent here— except, I’ve no idea what these games are about. Pretty much dating simulation though, right?

    • kurosan9712

      Well, in general – yes. But to be exact, these games are much deeper, if you stop looking only at the girls.

    • https://www.youtube.com/user/GamingHeroTetsuya TetsuyaHikari

      Something like that, yeah. It’s a hostess simulation. You start out as a customer of a club, then offer to buy them drinks and food while talking with them about various subjects. After a while, you can start playing minigames with them (karaoke being the first, which can be done on the first night) and buy them presents, as well as go out on dates with them.

      A route with one girl usually doesn’t take too terribly long, but there are over 10, so getting the good end on all of them may take 30-40+ hours or something like that. Overall, they’re pretty fun though~