This is a story that revolves around certain students and one hobby. Amano Keita is our lonely protagonist who has a passion for gaming and is friends with Uehara Tasuku, who is secretly a ... See full summary »
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Megumi Han Megumi Han ...  Keita Amano 12 episodes, 2017
Brandon McInnis ...  Keita Amano 12 episodes, 2017
Hisako Kanemoto Hisako Kanemoto ...  Karen Tendou 11 episodes, 2017
Clifford Chapin Clifford Chapin ...  Tasuku Uehara 11 episodes, 2017
Brittney Karbowski ...  Karen Tendou 11 episodes, 2017
Marissa Lenti Marissa Lenti ...  Chiaki Hoshinomori / ... 11 episodes, 2017
Toshiyuki Toyonaga Toshiyuki Toyonaga ...  Tasuku Uehara 11 episodes, 2017
Manaka Iwami Manaka Iwami ...  Chiaki Hoshinomori 10 episodes, 2017
Tia Lynn Ballard ...  Aguri 10 episodes, 2017
Rumi Okubo ...  Aguri 10 episodes, 2017
Natsuki Hanae ...  Eiichi Misumi 7 episodes, 2017
Howard Wang Howard Wang ...  Eiichi Misumi / ... 7 episodes, 2017
Stephen Fu Stephen Fu ...  Additional Voices 5 episodes, 2017
Kristi Rothrock Kristi Rothrock ...  Additional Voices 5 episodes, 2017
Matt Shipman ...  Masaya / ... 5 episodes, 2017
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This is a story that revolves around certain students and one hobby. Amano Keita is our lonely protagonist who has a passion for gaming and is friends with Uehara Tasuku, who is secretly a fellow gamer and is someone who believes his life is perfect. We also have Karen Tendou, the club president of the video games club and Chiaki Hoshinomori, who constantly bickers with Keita. This is a story filled with a non-stop sequence of comedy scenes and misunderstandings. Our chaotic romantic comedy now begins.

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In Ep. 1, when Amano is looking at the Visual Novels in the Game store, one of the games in the background resembles Studio Key's Clannad. See more »

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References Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (2014) See more »

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Pretty good
23 November 2018 | by Trixie_reviewsSee all my reviews

Gamers! is actually pretty good, despite what other reviewers are claiming. It's categorised as romance, and comedy, so of course it will focuse on both elements the most. Games are more of a background, but at the same time, they do influence story a lot. It's not like they're there just for the sake of being there.

I recommend watching. Give it a chance.


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13 July 2017 (Japan) See more »

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