Chuuko demo Koi ga Shitai!

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Aramiya Seiichi is an ordinary high school… eroge otaku who’s given up all hope on girls in the 3D world due to a certain incident. One day, after he’s bought a bunch of new material in consequence of experiencing the frustration of a perfect eroge character turning out to be “used goods,” he encounters a delinquent-like-looking girl being about to get raped by a bunch of guys. By mere chance, he rescues her. Days later, when school starts again, it turns out to have been his classmate, Ayame, a feared delinquent girl who’s got all kind of rumors about her – especially that she’s “used goods.” And it appears that she’s set on becoming his ideal girl to make him fall for her.

Chuuko demo Koi ga Shitai! average rating 4.2/5 - 118 user ratings
Associated Names
One entry per line
Even a ‘used goods’ wants to experience love
中古でも恋がしたい!
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Date Group Release
05/29/17 Kondee translations v3c1v3c1
05/01/17 Kondee translations v3 prologuev3 prologue
04/30/17 Kondee translations v3 illustrationsv3 illustrations
05/29/17 Kondee translations v2 epiloguev2 epilogue
05/29/17 Kondee translations v2c4v2c4
04/17/17 Kondee translations v2c3v2c3
02/17/17 Kondee translations v2c2v2c2
12/04/16 Kondee translations v2c1v2c1
10/17/16 Kondee translations v2 prologuev2 prologue
10/16/16 Kondee translations v2 illustrationsv2 illustrations
09/11/16 Kondee translations v1 afterwordv1 afterword
09/11/16 Kondee translations v1 epiloguev1 epilogue
09/10/16 Kondee translations v1c4v1c4
08/06/16 Kondee translations v1c3v1c3
07/20/16 Kondee translations v1c2v1c2
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NekoMK2
NekoMK2 rated it
September 11, 2016
Status: v1 afterword
Hmm since no one make any review and the only one say's hateful thing since he dislike the novel (seriously guy's you not even past prologue).

If I must say it just your average high school Romcom comedy although the title like that. As far I read there not really any NTR or so it just denial otaku meet feared girl (full of rumors) and somehow the girl set trying to get close to him, so if you dislike type where the male lead kinda slow at notice girl feeling or... more>> want some Op MC who kick other right and left then scram rather put low rating without even read it first.

Put 5 for now to balance it at most maybe 4 for me <<less
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friedstoat
friedstoat rated it
September 12, 2016
Status: v1 afterword
I like the story so far. The MC may be an Otaku but he does have some balls. The heroine is cute with some dramatic background (It's not dark or too dramatic though). The pacing is good and quite enjoyable.

If I try to be knit-picky, then the translation is kind of confusing some times and they definitely will do better with an editor. However the story is still easy to follow.

I think this series has potential so I'll continue to follow the translation.
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SchwarzVoid
SchwarzVoid rated it
February 27, 2017
Status: v1c4
Ok at first I was rather sceptical about this one since it starts out pretty slow and the main character starts out being annoying AF since he would reject everything because he would strongly side with his "only virgins" mantra, which I respect his commitment, but he starts to grow as a character as the story progresses and he's not as rigid as he began. THAT SAID, CHAPTER 4 IS SO FKN HILARIOUS, IT'S FUNNY HOW
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Spoiler

the mc is almost ntrd but later his WAIFU almost gets ntrd as well because the villains somehow decided to ganbang him instead lol and the epic line from the heroine after is just PURE GOLD!!!! Haha Princess Peach MC cracks me up. Mc and heroine get saved SO don't trip.

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All in all I am really enjoying this LN and I hope to baby Jesus that the translators can make this one their priority, albeit sometimes I get confused with what is going on in the story because the sentences are structured in a Confusing way, because I want to read it all completely. <<less
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Akemua
Simple rated it
September 11, 2016
Status: v1 afterword
The prologue really makes you look down on the MC. Even after that, he's pretty annoying; but it's just because he is the usual beta JP MC. The female lead is what makes this interesting.

It's basically a different take on generic school life harem romance. But in the end, it's still generic. I feel as tho it's worth three stars; entertaining enough and it does manage to keep you wanting to know what happens next.
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SomeBow
SomeBow rated it
May 2, 2017
Status: v2c3
The author writes well. Long chapters. Lots of stuff to have you spend your time on, in a good way.

Translation is at best 4/5. I give credit to the translator for sticking to the story though, as the story is quite extensive and long-drawn-out.

The story however I'd give 3/5. If you prefer some simple novels that can keep you occupied for a couple of hours per volume, while not taking too much mental strain, this genre and the specific novel may be something for you.

I'll go in depth here with... more>> what I find detrimental, but read at your own risk:

Spoiler

The MC is not likeable at all. In fact you can only come to dislike him. His specs are completely plain, his personality non-existent besides the redundant tsukkomis he keeps spewing. He is portrayed as if hating everything around him. Meanwhile he keeps going with the flow, accepting everything that happens as a matter of course, while not setting personal boundaries. The MC has no influence on what's happening in the story at all.

The sidecharacters are boorish as well. The main heroine, Ayame Kotoko, is interesting but due to the story's premise she turns into a shallow shell of what she could have been if portrayed differently. The other heroine, Yuuka Hatsushiba, is just plain one-dimensional. So far she's been portrayed as a "cutesy"-type, but that type is just plain obnoxious, as no girl besides in rom-com shitty mangas would behave like that. Some times some foreshadowing and mystery is stuffed in here and there in the story to deepen her character, but so far in the story it hasn't been explored. With the development speed the author has I doubt it'd be until volume 4 or 5 before you'd get to see different aspects of the heroines, while the MC will stay as "Template"-ish throughout the entire story like all other rom-coms, where a MC with any more than skin-deep personality-traits seem to be frowned upon.

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Thornq
Thornq rated it
April 19, 2017
Status: v2c3
This is pretty fun if you enjoy school rom com novels, but you need to give it until chapter 2 (or maybe 3) as the MC comes off as a pretentious asshole brat at first. I was about to give up in the prologue but stuck with it and while he sticks to his ideals it didnt come up in an offensive way again, and you learn why he has that side to him (which is kinda anime/manga/lnish) so it somewhat stopped bothering me.

I like the heroine, she is amusing... more>> and quite charming (again in an anime girl way) and i also liked that the chapters are quite long. Another plus would be that the protagonist for all his faults have a personality that values himself highly but still helps others when he can in a way that feels smart and natural unlike in other novels (IE I feel the author struck a good balance).

As for the bad, first up would be how i feel that the aftermath of certain events (attempted rape) are too easily skipped over and not brought up in any meaningul way as in how the characters feel or what they think about it which just struck me as forced and strange. Aside from the protag and heroine the other characters feels some what flat though that might get better as more chapters get translated.

In the end i like it despite my initial impressions and the various faults so i would recomend it if you like the genre. <<less
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Dannyskr
Dannyskr rated it
February 17, 2017
Status: v2c2
There’s a bunch of good comedy in this too, but comedy’s not the biggest part of it. It’s more rom/drama if you ask me. But although the drama’s topic is pretty dark, it never gives off the vibes that something really bad’s going on. There’s always a “oh well” floating around in the subtext. It feels a bit weird but makes the heavy subject less repulsive, I guess. The author never gives you the feeling that it all might end bad. Like I stated under 1, it feels kind of... more>> weird at some points, to be honest. <<less
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Magicflier
Magicflier rated it
January 24, 2017
Status: v1 afterword
So I completed volume 1, and I can say it was pretty interesting. At times, the protagonist made me cringe from his otaku mindset... but it seems after completing the novel, I barely remember what exactly made me cringe. It seems that the relationship between the protagonist and the heroine outweighed what made me cringe. I did not get used to it, but there are far more positive points I remember over the negative. I did however get used to his paranoia of trusting '3D women', and it was really... more>> nice to witness his mindset slowly change for the better. Also the heroine is absolutely adorable to see as she is trying to give it her best to be the protagonist's ideal girlfriend.

Oh yea, this novel needs to attach this tag:
Spoiler

Attempted Rape

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BakaBlue
BakaBlue
October 18, 2016
Status: v2 prologue
The characters are easy enough to relate to, none of them are overly eccentric as you would usually expect in this type of story. I found it pleasing that they didn't shy away from the rape aspects of the story.

I think it would be harder for people who are not familiar with anime/manga to relate to some of the context, but if you can understand it it's quite enjoyable.
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