(Two episodes watched):
I hope this show will be more than just a matter of teaching us how to play a new game every week. These games are sort of interesting, but they won't substitute for a genuine plot among the three girls. Does Miki really have an unusual and serious problem regarding enjoyment, and will it take more than stumbling across a new pastime to solve it? If she would genuinely progress and transform over the course of the series (and we get to know her well enough to care), it might be fun. In part since I sometimes play similar games myself, I watched a second episode, but was on the lookout for some sort of intriguing story behind all this. In episode two we learn yet another game, which was sort of neat, but again the characters are very shallow and show few signs that they will ever be anything more. I thought about watching additional episodes, but fast-forward through everything other than the introduction of the game of the week and the playing of it. Ultimately, I just quit.
Last updated Wednesday, January 01 2020. Created Friday, October 18 2019.