One day, otaku high-schooler Tomoya Aki has a fateful encounter on a cherry blossom covered slope with his classmate and perfectly normal girl Megumi Kato.
When Tomoya thinks of making Megumi the heroine of his self-made game, he involves his blonde childhood friend Eriri Spencer Sawamura as the illustrator along with the genius of the school, Utahan Kasumigaoka, to write the scenarios. Together, these three found the ‘circle’ “Blessing software”. They add Michiru Hyodo as a music supervisor to the group, so that at last there is only one thing to do: complete the game.
2 months later, the group is not at the Winter Comiket. Will they be able to complete the game?
This anime shows an authentic story of youth!
The flow of the story is perfect for anime, and original content for light novel readers who already know the plot. The director put a lot of effort of making the anime cannon with the novel. You can’t ask for a better adaptation than this. Each character is captured perfectly. The development of Kato has been natural and steadily paced. It is harder to portray character developments without a big event, unlike Eriri or Utaha, Kato was a ‘boring heroine” as stated early in the anime, and yes she is, and her development is the most significant and most subtle which suits her character. If anyone try to argue, I can offer a rebuttal anytime, because there are far too many people who don’t understand anime and trying to be a critic.
Hajime Hyakkoku (F.M.F)