WTMG's Leo Faria: "World’s End Club features such a nice premise and some excellent production values. Its character designs are different from pretty much any other anime-based game I’ve ever played. Plus, even though this is technically a post-apocalyptic survival game, its color palette is bright and colorful. Its voice acting is excellent (and in English, nonetheless), and its soundtrack isn’t bad either. It all boils down to how long you can actually put up with its puzzles, uneven framerate, and bad controls in order to actually enjoy its engaging story."