College Terra Story (Lost Visual Novel PC Game; 1998)


College Terra Story
Cover of the game
Cover of the game
Status Lost

College Terra Story was a PC dating simulator released only in Japan in 1998. It is a direct sequel to the Sega Saturn/PC game High School Terra Story.

Little information about this game exists, The only thing that could be found about the story is from the Visual Novel Database (VNDB) website:

"The story picks up off where High School Terra Story ended. You are, again, Keisuke from the first game and you are now attending college. Keisuke is intrigued with a pop idol rock star named Hiromi, who also happens to attend the same university as he does. The six girls from the first game (Misa, Rina, Mimi, Aki, Chiho and Mao) are also back and you can continue their love stories from where they left off from the first game if you choose to do so."[1]

The page on the VNDB links to a text based review of the game seen here: http://densetsu.com/display.php?id=450&style=alphabetical

Copies of College terra story never seem to surface anywhere; there isn't even any gameplay footage or screenshots anywhere online. While very little, if any copies are known to exist, the few things that have surfaced imply that copies are out there, However there isn't a ROM of the game and coupled with it's extreme rarity, this makes the game nearly impossible to experience.


Aside from the Review, Other things that have appeared are A Video of a Song from the game, the cover art and a 1 minute and 43 second video on Youtube showing off what is most likely the intro of the game. On eBay, it is also possible to find the strategy guide being sold.[2]


External links

References

  1. VNDB Listing for the game Retrieved 20 Jan '17.
  2. eBay listing for art book and strategy guide Retrieved 20 Jan '17.

Comments


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RonBailey

3 months ago
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I think I've come across an upload of this game. Was uploaded back in June by someone named Samken. I haven't tested it though cause I don't have access to a PC at the moment, but would it be okay to link here?
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SilverTheGamer

15 days ago
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Sure, any lead is a good lead.
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Kablamoid

3 months ago
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as long as it isnt an infected file or anything like that yeah im pretty sure its fine
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Anonymous user #1

1 months ago
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ummm

where's the link? It's hard enough finding old windows visual novels. I'm trying to gather them. Thanks.
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Kobochat

1 months ago
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Did you read the article?? It's called the LOST media wiki for a reason.
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Orkybork

1 months ago
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well shit, so I guess a ROM might just exist after all? I haven't tested out myself but this is something. Though in all honesty I'm sure this game is fucking horrible just like High school terra story, but for the sake of preservation it's good to have assuming that well you know, the link actually does anything.
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Orkybork

1 months ago
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He's referring to RonBailey's comment about sharing a link about something related to this game, and yea, what is this link Ronbailey speaks of?
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Kobochat

1 months ago
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Oh, shoot, I missed that. I think this is it then: http://www.a...3%BC-500938/

I can't download it atm but 2 of the 3 download links seem to be active
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Orkybork

9 days ago
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http://www.n...h/sm30433637

I found this recently, it might be a gameplay video of college terra story, but I can't access it due to the fact that a nicovideo account is needed.
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