The hot-blooded high school boy, the mysterious female swordswoman from the Blade and the capricious black hearted girl make you unable to tell the reality from the game world! What plots were waiting for them?
What a waste, the idea of having the MC be a character inside a VR game is excellent, it clearly takes inspiration from the matrix and uses it as a parody for some comedy relief. Unfortunately that's were the good things end for this manhua. Characters are between annoying and completely forgettable, MC might have been interesting but the one time he stands up for himself he turns 180 degrees a few pages later. Also, the comedy is of the easy and dumb jokes kind. The author uses forcing situations as the method to move the story, like the first quest in an action VR game being confessing to a NPC, how convenient for the story. Or being inside a simulated reality but the computer taking no logs of what happens in it... This is also the kind of manhuaka that thinks that having a girl beat the crap out the MC is funny... last time I found that funny was with Love Hina, a long time ago. In short, not my thing, maybe teens might like it, can't tell, for me it's just bad.
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