Togainu no Chi (Kana YAMAMOTO)

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An unknowing Sudou Kaname is invited to try out a new mysterious mobile app game called "Darwin's Game", but later realizes that he's in for more than he's bargained for when he finds out that there's no way to "quit" the game.

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Goumon Meikyuu

Goumon Meikyuu

He awoke in a cold and rustic room. There were only a door and torture devices inside of it. While he could not yet grasp the situation, a number rose to the surface on the back of his right hand. "I know your pain." The young man figured out that pain and the door were linked, and so he could only endure his own suffering.

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Reset

Reset

Suicide is on the rise for no apparent reason, affecting adults and children alike. All they have in common is accounts in a brutal online game called Dystopia. When tragedy strikes a woman named Hitomi, she soon joins Dystopia and explores its horrors. But when she realizes the game feels a little too real, it’s up to her and a genius hacker named Shunsuke to figure out what’s really causing these deaths.

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Shounen Y

Shounen Y

He has never been the type to stand out in the class. Kurihara Yuzuru has lived life by avoiding entering the lives of others, staying to himself. The story begins where he has to go to a whole new school, which means new classmates. He lacks any confidence to make new friends, so the fear of rejection drives him into a wish he never thought he would make. This single wish leads to a first day of class he would never forget. Yuzuru will have to make choices that will significantly alter others' lives, choices he could never make in the past.

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Life is Money

Life is Money

Ten contestants agree to put their life on the line to have a chance of winning 50,000,000 yen. To win, they must survive 10 days inside the prison...

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Real Account

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In the near future, everyone is hooked on the newest social network called Real Account, a service where the top users have hundreds or thousands of followers. One such user is Ataru Kashiwagi, an insecure student who retreats to the virtual world to escape his loneliness – even if his countless 'friends' don't know the real him. But soon, the network becomes all too real when he and 10,000 others are transported into the virtual world. They're greeted by the cheeky mascot Marble, who informs the group that they must beat a game to go home, but there's a catch: dying in the game means you, as well as your followers, die in real life. In such a fickle world where looks are everything and unfriending is as easy as a single click, will Ataru or any of the others survive till the end?

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Danganronpa: The Animation

Danganronpa: The Animation

Each year, the elite Hope’s Peak Academy selects only the most gifted and talented students to enroll... plus one ordinary student, chosen by lottery. Makoto Naegi was that lucky person — or so he thought! When he shows up for class, he finds the elite students are a bizarre cast of oddballs under the ruthless authority of a robot teddy bear principal, Monokuma. The bear lays down the school rules: the only way out of Hope’s Peak is to not only murder another student... but get away with it, as every murder is followed by a tribunal where the surviving students cross-examine each other!

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Steins;Gate: Aishin Meizu no Babel

Steins;Gate: Aishin Meizu no Babel

A manga adaptation of the drama CD, Steins;Gate: Aishin Meizu no Babel, told from Kurisu's perspective.

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DRAMAtical Murder

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The story takes place many years in the future where the game "Rhyme", a virtual fighting game, is incredibly popular and people posses "All Mates", convenient AI computers. Aoba leads an ordinary life, working at a junk shop and living with his grandmother on the Island of Midori Jima. Unlike his friends, he doesn't participate in Rhyme, nor does he belong in a gang. However, when rumors of people disappearing spread, Aoba finds himself needing to unravel the mysteries behind the island in order to protect his everyday life.

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Battle Royale II: Blitz Royale

Battle Royale II: Blitz Royale

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