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.hack//CELL, Volume 1: The Ending World

by Ryo Suzukaze

Other authors: Akira Mutsuki (Illustrator)

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Series: .hack//CELL (1)

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The story is interesting, in theory, but the author's writing is so melodramatic that it detracts from it -- though obviously I don't know whether to blame that on the author or the translator. I also really wish the creators of the .hack universe could get it straight how much control people have over their in-game avatars. I'm perfectly willing to accept that in the .hack games, we can't control our avatars with the same freedom that characters in other media do. However, between different novels, some authors write the PCs as acting more or less completely human, and some explicitly state the use of macros to gesture and such. These things bother me. This novel is one of the former. ( )
  bluedream | Apr 27, 2010 |
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"Average high-school student Midori Shinomura falls mysteriously ill. While she wastes away in a hospital, she learns of another Midori--a fighter of terrible skill in the online game known as The World. There is a strange and close connection between both Midori Shinomura and game-Midori. With the sanity of both girls on the line, game-Midori will try to solve the mysteries of her past, and perhaps save the real-world Midori in the process"--P. []4] of cover.… (more)

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