Graduation CDRom Game (Windows)
David McMahon - Feb 27 2003 firstname.lastname@example.org
Pretty fun little game
I enjoyed this game very much. So much so that I bought a couple of copies to give to some friends and relatives. You play a home room teacher who has to guide five girls of different personalities and abilities through their last year of high school. After they graduate, you find out how well they do with the rest of their life. Kind of fun to see what happens. Once, I managed to get three of the girls to wind up marrying the teacher at the same time. Needless to say, the principal fired him. Well worth the price.
Jake A. - Dec 28 2004
Not a bad game
When I first found out hat there was an anime game in the English language I ran straight to it and when I played Graduation I wasn't dissapointed. Sure it wasn't the best graphics, but what can you expect from a game made in the 90's. IF you like love simulation games that aren't too raunchy, I'd choose this.
Bailey A. Benard - Nov 12 2006 email@example.com
My mother got this game for me way back when "tokyopop" was called Mixx magazine, long time before I was 16. This game is not as graphic as most "sim" or "dating game(s)" today, or the past couple years. But 16+ makes sense.(a few half nude pictures of some of the girls.) The game it's self runs on win 95, 98, 2000, and millennium. I havn't since played it since I bumped upto XP. So allas, I'll never actually beat the game. Every time I failed :( But, honestly it's better when they're bad. The game has beautiful pictures, and great quality. The audio includes the original japanese music, with dubed voices. I loved them. Although Misa can get real anoying. Very interactive, and fun too see the cute sprites change when they're sick, angry, ran away, love sick, etc. All and all loved the game, and miss it very much :(
Steven Orris - Mar 9 2009
I think this is one great sim game, simple easy to use controls makes it easy even for a beginner to gaming to play. While still has a minor to moderate difficulty to it, while trying to keep the grades of the girls up*