Net-juu no Susume, Not SAO, but Romance Online

The anime, net juu no susume, starts off as a MMORPG parody, with some generic elements like the MC being a outcast and use MMORPG as a way to escape and found friends and love doing so. We also get some run off the mill jokes, similar to : Netoge no Yome wa Onna no Ko Janai to Omotta. However, slowly the game theme starts to fade away, to a point where it seems like a side aspect of the show. But in return, what we get to see later, that this is what of the best romance anime, with one of the finest pace of story progression and characters developments we have seen in a while.

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Gamers, Not about game but Romcom of the Dense

Gamers! spends its first episode lulling audiences into thinking they’re going to get exactly what they expect from an anime called Gamers!. Our hero Keita is quiet and socially awkward and games are the only joy in his life, until Karen, the most popular girl in school, appears out of nowhere and tries to recruit him into her secret video game club. This anime is less about joining a video game competition, but how to confuse people’s feelings for each other and complicate the two male’s relationships within the group.

Coming from what sensei said above, we will be talking about the characters of the show because that is where all the drama of the show comes from the interactions of the group members. There is no end-goal of becoming champions or reviving the club, but so much confusing emotions that will make you cried, laugh and cringe.

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