Bokutachi no Remake
Remake our Life!
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Bokutachi no Remake

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Japanese: ぼくたちのリメイク
English: Remake our Life!
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Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Nov 23, 2018 to ?
Genre: Comedy Comedy
Serialization: Suiyoubi no Sirius
Authors: Kio, Nachi (Story), Bonjin, Hirameki (Art)


Score: 7.371 (scored by 12881,288 users)
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Ranked: #34952
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Popularity: #2857
Members: 5,318
Favorites: 45

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Hashiba Kyouya is a 28-year-old game developer. With his company going bankrupt, and him losing his job, he returns to his hometown. Looking at the success of creators of his age, he finds himself regretting his life decisions as he lay distressed on his bed. But when he opens his eyes, he finds that he has traveled 10 years back to the time before he entered college. Will he finally make things right?

This is a story about a failed person who is given a second opportunity to follow his dreams.

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Jul 7, 2020
NotCat (All reviews)
Hashiba Kyouya is a 28 year old game developer. He does not have a talent, nor does he have any hopes about a bright future that might overwrite his bad life one day. His boss is so stupid that he goes bankrupt and owes a large sum of money to the yakuza. And so, Kyouya proves himself one more time that there is no point in hoping that one day his life will become better. He returns home and regrets that he should have thought about his life long time ago. He falls asleep and when he wakes up, he notices that he is 18 read more
Mar 12, 2021
JohnTBrooke (All reviews)
*edited - revisited the manga recently because there is now an anime and I've edited the review to properly note down my thoughts in a less aggressive tone. TLDR (cause i know this is long): This is a rather average light novel adaptation that isn't particularly accurate in its portrayal of the film industry or in its portrayal of creators (eventually it moves on to the job of producing and making VNs/eroges which seems more accurate). Though it attempts at conveying meaning, and at times feels a little smug in its self-importance, the message here isn't particularly smart or philosophical. Though, I suppose it can read more


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