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
This has such a unique storyline. It's cute, funny, and satisfying. I wish there were more manga like this because the concept is just so different and enjoyable.
Once upon a time, two members of the broadcasting club decided to goof around and do a live commentary on an otome game they were playing in their world, one with a tragic twist and misunderstood tsundere character they both adored. In a twist of fate: one of the characters could hear their voices as they played, promptly believing them to be gods... and thus began the most interactive cross-dimensional 'game' to ever be played as our main characters search for a Happy Ending to the game where none of the otome game's main characters have to die- in a tale frought with comedy, fun, and resolved misunderstandings and absolutely no isekai-ing. With a bit of mystery (Why is this no longer just a game? What are these new details in the game world??) and character development on both sides of the 'screen' (in the game and out of the game) as well as adorable ships, you'll be hooked quickly. I avoided this for a long time because the summary was so misleading and there weren't any great reviews and I have REGRETS. (Specifically, I was under the impression that two characters who knew a game were isekai'd into it and promptly acted like idiots, idk. Assumptions, man.) This is hilarious and really, really creative and well done. The characters all have personality, the story is fun, the art is pretty good, standard modern-manga art. I'm having a hard time being objective enough to find faults with it. If nothing else? It hurts my chest at times because it gets so painfully cute.
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