This is an interesting premise. So our mc gets isekaid in to an otome game as the villainess BUT a player is currently playing it and from the information we have it seems that she doesn't know what this game is or who the characters are because the moment she wakes up she doesn't recognize who she is (the body she got in to) or any of the other characters in the bed with her.
Also an interesting part is that she can see a game screen with information about the quest, status and choices but she isnt the one manipulating it nor does the game seem to direct her to an event, it is the indication that a player is making those choices (literally is a cheat since she can see what actions the player will do).
The concept is interesting but I can't say the same with the mc, her choice of action always give me a mixed feeling. If you look deeper, some of her actions make sense but she does them in the most frustrating way.
Also as the story progress you will find the characters less intriguing and more of a nusiance as almost everything that happens to Yuriel (the player) are not at all convinvcing (the nicest way to say it). How could a mere maid stomp her way through the events with ease just like that with barely any punishments? At least in other stories the og mc is illegitimate daughter of a noble so she will have the status to save her.
But then again, I will probably read till the girl gets her head chopped off but that's not likely gonna happen soon since that's the main story there- our mc transmigrate into a character in an otome game where she can read the status panels of the player that is currently there as well.
I just started reading this and I LOVE the concept that the main character is forced to play a game as the villain! The art is lovley and the plot is great! I also like that she doesn't have the memories of the person she became/was forced into becasue I just think that makes the storyline even better. But the title was the thing that caught my eye, and let me say the title is on point lmao.
I actually love the idea of Isekai in the Reverse Harem Game. But i don't know why, the story seems boring as long as i read it further. I didn't like the fact that our "Protagonist" have to meet her rival so early.
So i think i Will drop this manhwa
Somehow, i started to reread this comic. I try to read until 20+ chapters. I think the story development turn into something that i never expecting. It's great, and now i think, i'll continue this
If you're looking for the reverse harem type manhwas and possibly one that's similar to "Death is the only ending for the villainess" where the MC is stuck in a game where players must make choices, this is worth checking out :)
The art is great! I have nothing against it.
The plot starts off right at the climax of...night time activities. Quite an interesting start I would say lmao. But anyway, the MC figures it out pretty quickly that she's stuck in a game and accepts it pretty quickly as well. I like this part because it's brisk and the author doesn't waste time writing lines like "Oh no. Where am I? How can this be?" to fill up like 10 chapters. So then the MC jumps straight into figuring out what she needs to do and also making up for the mistakes that the real princess did. So I don't wanna spoil too much but the beginning is interesting and good just the way it is.
HOWEVER, after reading like about 50 chapters or so, it starts feeling a little boring to read because it seems like this MC doesn't actually have a plan to take care of the antagonist, Yuriel. She hasn't got a plan and the readers don't really know what she's doing so I'd have to say that perhaps the author didn't think this part thoroughly because maybe they aren't even sure where they wanna go with this story. Eventually, you get to chapter 70 and it's straight up a little exasperating and extremely tedious to read because from chapter 50 to chapter 70, a whole 20 chapters, there's just no development at all! At this point, it becomes quite obvious that the MC plans on sticking to having her harem around and if anything, it's really just becoming one of those plots where the female leads pities her harem and tries her best to...idk. But she gets soft hearted with them so at this point, the conflict isn't even dealt with? Like Yuriel's just there slowly taking over MCs position and the MCs just doing nothing about it lmao. Not realistic IMO. And the male leads....they're pretty good. I feel as though their role is just as important as the MCs role in the story which is great....except that also means that the MC isn't all that important lmao. You'd think the author would put her in the spotlight with the badassery and decision making but nah.
If you like romance, and you want to check out a manhwa with a similar concept to "Death is the only ending for the villainess", then I would suggest this one! I'll admit that I do have a problem with the plot later on in the story but again, if you're bored and want something new, I would say this one is worth reading.
Oh also, there's a lot of making out. Also the MC despite not actually being the princess, has quite the..uh....sexual stamina lmao. She does a lot of that but it's not depicted or written graphically so if you don't wanna see that then you're all good :)
[Reviewed at chapter 74]
At first I was a bit sceptical about reading this Manhwa as I am not really a fan of the harem gener. But after, I started reading it, I was surprised by the depth of the story. It is not like the other stories where the MC knows the future and just walks through it at every step. This story tries to build the character from the very beginning and we get to know new sides of the characters in every chapter. I don't want to drop any spoilers here as the author has really given his all to make it. For now, I can just say that, it's a good read if you are interested in mystery gener and want to read something fresh.