One day, Crown Prince Sieg hears the Voices of the Gods out of the blue. Apparently, his fiancée Lieselotte is a “tsun de rais” villainess destined to meet her demise...and her sharp tongue is just a way of covering up her embarrassment. The prince can hardly contain himself after discovering Lieselotte's adorable hidden side. Little does he know, the heavenly beings that bestowed this knowledge unto him are actually high schoolers! Can he use their divine prophecy (let's play commentary) to save his betrothed and avoid a Bad End?!
Source: J-Novel Club
If you like watching/reading villainess manga/anime this one is really original and unique its like watching "My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom!" but the prince character can hear you talk to them and you guide him to save the villainess the story is about two high school students bonding through playing this villainess game together, trying to save the villainess. the prince in the game and hear these two high school students somehow and considers them "god". it's like 2 stories in 1, you see the high school students develop their friendship and you also see how the "game" story plays out differently bc of how these two interfer
Well now it has ended I have some things to say for this anime, I really liked the concept of the anime in which the irl characters could communicate with ingame characters, it gave this anime it's own unique touch, one thing about this show was halarious to me is that they are giving advices and fixing love relation between Seig and Lieselolette even though in reality they don't even understand thier own relation (＾▽＾), but at the end lieselolette help them confess to eachother and have a happy ending, though it is an average anime I still enjoyed it.
"Endo and Kobayashi Live! The Latest on Tsundere Villainess Lieselotte" - A Charming Dive into Tsundere Antics Story (7/10): "Endo and Kobayashi Live!" delivers a fun and lighthearted story centered around Lieselotte, the ultimate tsundere villainess. The narrative explores her everyday life and her interactions with Endo and Kobayashi, who are tasked with reporting on her. While the plot isn't particularly complex, it excels in its simplicity, offering an amusing and heartwarming experience. The episodic format keeps the pacing light, making it easy to enjoy without any deep investment. Animation (7/10): The animation quality is solid, capturing the essence of Lieselotte's tsundere moments and expressions effectively. While it may not be groundbreaking, it suits the anime's comedic tone and brings the characters to life in an engaging way. Sound (7/10): The sound design complements the humor and character interactions in the anime. While the music and voice acting don't necessarily stand out, they do their job in enhancing the comedic moments and emotional beats. Characters (8/10): Lieselotte shines as the star of the show, embodying the classic traits of a tsundere character. Her amusing blend of fierceness and vulnerability makes her endearing and relatable. Endo and Kobayashi, as the reporters documenting her life, add a nice dynamic to the story. Their contrasting personalities play off Lieselotte's tsundere tendencies, creating entertaining interactions and humorous situations. Overall (7/10): "Endo and Kobayashi Live! The Latest on Tsundere Villainess Lieselotte" is a delightful and heartwarming anime that doesn't take itself too seriously. It offers a refreshing take on the tsundere archetype and provides plenty of laughs along the way. While it may not be groundbreaking, it's an enjoyable watch for those seeking a dose of lighthearted comedy. As for a comparison to the manga or novel, I couldn't find any specific information on source material for this anime. It appears to be an original series, so there may not be a direct manga or novel counterpart to explore.
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