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IF YOU LIKED...

Akagi

YOU MIGHT LIKE

Hikaru no Go

Both HnG and Akagi rely heavily on tension which is developed through board game playing. They're both excellent series that involve the same basic principle of an unknown rookie player furthering himself through competitions, in order to compete with better players. Often times the mahjong pieces in Akagi are even thrown down in the same manner as the marble pieces in Hikaru no Go.
bloodshy
bloodshy Oct 2007
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YOU MIGHT LIKE

Hikaru no Go

Both HnG and HnI focus on bettering skills, working through a competition person by person, and dreams of becoming the best in a sport/game.
bloodshy
bloodshy Oct 2007
made a recommendation
IF YOU LIKED...

Hikaru no Go

Both HnG and HnI focus on bettering skills, working through a competition person by person, and dreams of becoming the best in a sport/game.
bloodshy
bloodshy Oct 2007
made a recommendation
IF YOU LIKED...

Hikaru no Go

YOU MIGHT LIKE

Akagi

Both HnG and Akagi rely heavily on tension which is developed through board game playing. They're both excellent series that involve the same basic principle of an unknown rookie player furthering himself through competitions, in order to compete with better players. Often times the mahjong pieces in Akagi are even thrown down in the same manner as the marble pieces in Hikaru no Go.