Takagi just started her dream job at a gaming company! Not only that, but she’ll be working for her idol, the famous game designer Sakurazuki Kaori! When Takagi finally meets her hero, she’s in for a shock: Sakurazuki is harsh, blunt, and better at playing video games than dealing with people. As Takagi and Sakurazuki work together, the two women grow closer and even fall in love. Can they keep it professional, or will the whole workplace find out?
Source: Seven Seas
Short but great manga. It is really satisfing story. This mangs has only 5 chracters and they all have great chractersketch. If you are free for a hour or two you should use your time to read it. It was fun to read...I would reccomend it !
The first four chapters are on a respectable tier of enjoyability, but the final chapter is just bleh. I liked the characters for the most part and I enjoyed the references to how some of the behind-the-scenes stuff work in mobile game design. I was a bit put off by the "work ethic" aspects of the story, and how casually these people were pushed to overwork themselves (and how their general attitude was like "it sucks, but that's what work consists of" despite it being avoidable if the game company was willing to just alter its exploitative (read: capitalistic) business model a bit). The romantic elements aren't all that interesting, if I'm being completely honest. I found the artwork somewhat cute but also very generic. The eyes would often be looking in odd directions. The backgrounds are simplistic and largely empty. The character designs are cute, but I suspect that the artist had to have such unique outfits because fe's not very good at differentiating the characters by faces.
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