, probably the worst Mobile Phone – Otome-based game once written. If she wants to go back to the real world, she has to win by cultivating a top idol group, and if she’s not interested, that’s too bad. So Alice quickly grabs five from the huge selection screen and sneaks in…
200 …and a half-dog with his own nanny, a giant, a -Year-Veteran reverses his time to his cutest point and freezes it, a ghost, an eight-inch tall guy. She also confronts Tamami who is already giving her all otaku100 mode and have zero intention to leave the game world again. It’s a candy-colored hell for non-gamer Alice, who is constantly frustrated with ridiculous events, characters, and cheap cash-snatching tactics. She’s also very aware that while Tamami and the other missing girls from Tokyo (and women; one of the people she’s confronted is a professional woman) were chosen because they were obsessed with these kinds of games, she’s just because she’s stupid. chosen. Trying to save a friend from an isekai experience she so badly wants. Yu Hai treated Alice’s betrayal lightly and didn’t affect the story too much, but Alice’s annoyance and resentment remained very clear . If you think the guy inside is having a bad time, poor Alice has beaten him. 100
Luckily, this short two-volume series is also quite entertaining – I laughed several times with each volume, which is a good sign. The story is a perfect take on the otome and gacha tropes, emphasizing how weird and creepy it can be to live in one of those worlds. For example, with all the isekai series that take place in game-like worlds, we almost never see a series with a “new character” gacha option; it’s not true. It doesn’t take a lot of time to say how uncomfortable it is, but there’s a scene where you see those guys writhing in the capsule and someone commented that Alice should hurry up and put the coins in so they can get out of there do the job. Of course, Alice could get a replica of someone she’s already interacting with, which sounds odd. The same goes for the boys – although Alice lives in the game now, the boys she intends to raise as idols know they are in the game, and most of the game’s features are still there; they even train with what they call mini-games . It’s obviously ridiculous, and it’s a big part of the story’s charm. Other moments of self-awareness include a character being pixelated, how pathetic the vaunted CG is when he tries to get her to spend real-world money for in-game money, and how Alice can’t help but notice that very, very badly, The whole thing is written. 100
Luckily for us, the manga itself wasn’t badly written or translated because of it. The main problem is that the money is given in USD and not JPY, which I have mixed feelings about. While I understand the urge to use a currency that may be more familiar to readers who haven’t read a lot of manga before, this particular series is so steeped in tropes of some very specific elements of Japanese pop culture that it doesn’t Would feel like someone who isn’t yet a manga or light novel reader would pick a title first. Perhaps more arguments could be made for a game that appeals to mobile otome gamers, quite a few of which can be found in any given app store, but it still feels a little hypocritical. But that decision aside, the humour is evident in the English translation, and there are even some tidbits aimed at French-speaking countries among readers, such as the in-game school Alice attended called “L’école High School”, which translates to “School High School” The art also does an excellent job of conveying the humor and sheer madness of the story, especially Kensuke Hango and his dog sitter and the giant fortress Kyojima. Bad CG has to be seen to be believed, but it’s worth it .186655 While the series is short, it appears that a creator’s decision, rather than magazine driven, is actually in its favor. This premise may suffer from being too verbose, and we conclude that, If a bit rushed, it’s as crazy as the rest of the series. In short, it’s a deliberate insanity of isekai stories and otome games, so it works impressively. If you’re familiar with the specific genre of games the story is aimed at , you can have more fun, but as long as you know most of the jokes, a simple familiarity with the idol upbringing story will also help you. As an added bonus, the second volume contains a Volkswagen 200 figure, it’s funny in a completely different way. It’s going to be funny next time you need to laugh.