Game’s Dogma


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Right when Drako Yau, the chairman and game designer of a game company, is about to release the open beta of the game which he has been developing for years, things go awry. Another company suddenly launches a game which can be played using the brainwave technology, Real World. The map, background, game mechanics, and many more; everything is almost identical to the game he has designed.

Out of curiosity and bitterness, he enters the game, only to find that he cannot log out of it. He has to struggle in what seems to be a game, with his life on the line.

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SaltyTank rated it
November 24, 2020
Status: c660
Hello everyone, I'm SaltyTank, the translator of this series. I'll try to keep things as objective as possible; there's a reason I chose to license this novel and work on it.

While it might seem like your typical stuck-in-VRMMORPG novel at first, things start to get a bit more interesting after getting further into the novel. As our main character learns more about the game, he realises that the list of mysteries only gets longer and longer. The subtle hinting and foreshadowing makes the novel a bit dull at the early... more>> stages, but as we progress into the later chapters we'll be presented with a massive, intriguing world that has some very unexpected elements to it.

It should be known that this isn't a novel from China, but from Hong Kong. Does that mean anything to the readers? Yes, I personally think so, as the writing style and pacing are both quite different from mainstream game/fantasy world novels written by Chinese authors. Perhaps it might not fit everyone's taste, but I hope this novel can bring something new and refreshing to the table.

That wraps up my short review, and I hope all of you will enjoy it ^_^
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