Yoshio is thirty years old, and his life is a mess. A shut-in living with his parents, he has no job, no relationship, and no prospects. When he receives a new sim computer game that boasts characters created with a new kind of A.I., he doesn't think much of it--until he gets drawn into a fantasy world so vibrant and lifelike that its residents can't just be game characters. Suddenly finding himself the benevolent god of a scrappy fantasy village is a lot for Yoshio to handle, but it might be the key to the change he is desperate for.
Way worth the money. This is a story that surprises. It’s about a man who gets a game, and the game starts to motivate him to improve his life. A fresh, unexpected gem of a light novel.
Not your typical light novel
Definitely worth it for the money
I thought it would be another generic iseaki story but it has a lot of interesting fresh concepts that were cool to read. The main character actually has significant character growth in the first volume, which is rare for a series in this genre.