In the underbelly of the corporate world, a secret series of battles takes place called the Bus Game, whose participants are solicited randomly via letters in the mail. During the games, teams of three attempt to take into their possession a disk filled with corporate secrets; the winners are given increasingly high cash rewards, while the losers get nothing - or worse, they lose their lives. Toki, Kazuo and Nobu make up the "no name" team, and their goal is to win one billion yen each. Each has a reason to need the money and a secret, disturbing past; but with high stakes and mysterious employers, they can only hope to leave the game alive.
Sometimes the first five minutes of an anime are all you need to know if it will bore or excite you; but sometimes, these precious minutes end up being nothing but the ultimate fake-out and disappointment. Bus Gamer, in true Ergo Proxy fashion, begins with a bang and a promise of an engaging, high-octane story to come - and then accidentally flushes itself down the toilet, never to be seen again. I... read more
I decided to write a review for it since I'm bored. That and I thought I would start writing reviews from time to time so it's as good oportunity as any. Story The plot isn't elaborate, well, I think it's enough for that kind of pseudo-action anime. There are three main characters who take part in a kind of survival game for the sake of entartaining the corporation elites. The game is quite simple... read more
|Bus Gamer||2001||Original Manga|