And You Thought There is Never a Girl Online? Blu-ray/DVD
About And You Thought There is Never a Girl Online? Blu-ray/DVD
And you thought there is never a girl online? contains episodes 1-12.
Ako Tamaki has everything she could ever want: a wonderful husband, a cute outfit, and a guild filled with great friends. The problem? It’s not reality. It’s all in the online world of LA—aka Legendary Age! And when her guild meets IRL, her inability to discern between the real and online world becomes a problem. Can she trade magic spells for social skills, or will she forever be an IRL n00b?
Special Features: Episode 03 Commentary, Episode 05 Video Commentary, Promo Video, Luce Twinkle Wink "1st Love Story" Music Video Promo, Commercial Collection, Textless Opening & Closing Songs, Trailers.
- Publisher: FUNIMATION
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Comedy, Romance
- Themes: Fan Service, School Life, Video Games
- Age Rating: 14+
- Run Time: 300
- Release Date: 7/25/2017
- Dimensional Weight: 0.5
- Region Code: A
Ratings & Reviews
Your online wife is for real!
by Animenut3 -
When I first saw this title I just knew it was going to be great. This is a very funny series, and I enjoy watching it over and over again! One negative is the extras are only on the Biu-ray discs and not the DVDs, but that's only a minor complainant. Animation is great and I love the character designs. Music is wonderful with cool opening and ending songs. There's also a lot of fan service, and laugh out loud fun!
Enjoyable but forgettable
by ROBERT -
I got this title as a gift, not really something I would have purchased personally. I went into it kinda Skeptical since I followed it via Fansub and dropped it.. never made it to the end.
I sat through the whole series and while enjoyable.. it was unremarkable. I would be hard pressed to pick either a high or a low for this series.. Pretty much a standard Harem/Rom Com anime with the added game element.
Since I have watched it.. that's it.. no desire to re-watch so on the shelf it goes.
Is this the real life? Is this just a fantasy?
This series adds the real and virtual to the Slice of Life genre. The humor is top notch, and it is fun to see how the characters interact with each other in game and in person. With all of us living surrounded by technology, social media, and the internet makes this show a perfect fit for our times. It proves to me that there is and is not a difference between on and offline at times