Darwin's Game, Dead Tube Recommendations
The online world can be rather competitive. People may strive to gain an edge in online games or in presenting content on streaming websites.
But now that everything is actually real, what will they do?
How does their motivation change when they sign up for a real social fighting game as in Darwin's Game? Or a real streaming website with very disturbing content, as in Dead Tube? Doesn't that mean that there will be no more simulations, but fights with actual knives and guns? And that boring acting will be replaced with the bloody corpses of familiar people and content more mature than vintage Cheddar? And that
Dead Tube is the heavy fanservice version of Darwin's Game. Well, it's not wrong but it doesn't do justice to both of this series. Darwin's Game and Dead Tube, while dealing with completely different thing (A mobile game and a freaky YouTube where if it actually exist, the Net Neutrality should be a thing by then), both come down to one thing, survival games where the loser will die without a trace (magically, with the help of Administrator of the service). The main character is also similar in terms of willingness to participate in the game but later turn into a master of said game.
Both have the same concept on making people play an event or kill people for money. Darwin's Game centres more on making the characters play a mobile game whereas Dead Tube is centred around the characters making videos on them kill people.