Bus Gamer: The Pilot Edition
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Bus Gamer: The Pilot Edition

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Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 11
Status: Finished
Published: 1999 to Nov 28, 2001
Genres: Action Action, Drama Drama, Mystery Mystery
Demographic: Shoujo Shoujo
Serialization: Stencil
Authors: Minekura, Kazuya (Story & Art)


Score: 7.371 (scored by 945945 users)
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Ranked: #35662
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Popularity: #6562
Members: 2,036
Favorites: 21

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Toki Mishiba, Nobuto Nakajo, and Kazuo Saitou are hired to play the Biz Game, a game much like capture the flag, only with company secrets and insane amounts of money involved. At first they think it's a crazy but fun way to get some money, but as the game goes on, they hear stories about mysterious deaths on the news, and recognize the victims as members of the teams they've beaten in the game. When one of the losers of a game dies right in front of them, they realize what is really at stake—their very lives!

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Sep 10, 2019
Trivialmadness (All reviews)
”Look, dude, it’s just a game, right?”
”Just a game. Sure. And death is just...a long nap.”

Bus Gamer is one of the coolest things that never really came to be; instead, it remained an obscure piece of original work for Minekura fans to worship. What is it all about then?

*A spoiler free review*

A death game. In 1999, the same year Bus Gamer started publication, a novel called Battle Royale also saw daylight. Sharing many themes and ideas with it, Bus Gamer is a death game in urban environment. Having the core plot of fighting for survival in predetermined locations, using your wits and environment to pull read more
Dec 7, 2016
MisterGimmick (All reviews)
Wow... no reviews for this manga? Alright, I'll try.

I was able to get this manga around 2007 after hearing about it being a compilation of chapters of a story that was never completed. After reading the one and only volume, I was devastated that this story wasn't able to continue. The story and characters showed great potential from the very beginning, enough to want you to seek for more information. The art is nice and easy to the eyes, although a lot of the backgrounds are very bland and looks like they could have been taken from Initial D (sorry John Lo).

Overall, if you could read more

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