Since this manga has no reviews, I'll leave some preliminary words here. Take note, though, that as I write this I've only read the first 13 chapters, so there wasn't even time for the plot to really kick in.
This manga seems a bit silly when you read the summary, a portal fantasy featuring a video game setting. I dreaded it might be some fanservice-filled comedy, with no real story beyond the game parody, so I decided to try reading it if only to get it out of my PTR list. I was pleasently surprised to find out that not only this isn't a parody, but
that this is actually a good manga. Some reasons to read it:
* The heroine is smart and resourceful, but that doesn't stops her from commiting blunders and just getting things wrong, since she's in a completely new world. Also, she's a mage. I like mages.
* The supporting characters seem well rounded. There hasn't been enough time to explore those characters, but they all seem to have their own agenda.
* The world, videogamey as it is, is treated as a real world by the protagonist; its people are considered real people.
* While the "need to go home" plot is a portal fantasy classic, the fact that the protagonist could, maybe, with luck, find her way back herself through _her own research_ is marvelous.
* The magical tech is very interesting.
* There are bishies. Always a plus.
I'm not sure this review can convince anyone, but one weird review is better than none, right? Give Reene a chance!