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Malgré l’aide de Akiyama, Nao se retrouve obligée de participer au second round du Liar Game. Ensemble, ils vont devoir franchir chaque étape pour découvrir qui les manipule. Ce second jeu s’intitule "le jeu de la minorité" et les oppose à vingt autres participants ... Malgré l’aide de Akiyama, Nao se retrouve obligée de participer au second round du Liar Game. Ensemble, ils vont devoir franchir chaque étape pour découvrir qui les manipule. Ce second jeu s’intitule "le jeu de la minorité" et les oppose à vingt autres participants ...


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Malgré l’aide de Akiyama, Nao se retrouve obligée de participer au second round du Liar Game. Ensemble, ils vont devoir franchir chaque étape pour découvrir qui les manipule. Ce second jeu s’intitule "le jeu de la minorité" et les oppose à vingt autres participants ... Malgré l’aide de Akiyama, Nao se retrouve obligée de participer au second round du Liar Game. Ensemble, ils vont devoir franchir chaque étape pour découvrir qui les manipule. Ce second jeu s’intitule "le jeu de la minorité" et les oppose à vingt autres participants ...

30 review for Liar Game, Volume 2

  1. 4 out of 5

    Tatsuhiro Sato

    Masterpiece of a manga.

  2. 4 out of 5

    kris

    rating: 4.5/5 or 9/10? somewhere in that range. If I remember correctly, this specific game was portrayed in both the KDrama AND JDrama (unlike the game from the previous volume, which was only in the JDrama), and because of that, I think I had a trickier time remembering exactly where the twists and turns were going, which I think led to a less predictable, more enjoyable reading experience. I could see myself giving this 5/5 because I really enjoy the minority game and its strategy, but I think rating: 4.5/5 or 9/10? somewhere in that range. If I remember correctly, this specific game was portrayed in both the KDrama AND JDrama (unlike the game from the previous volume, which was only in the JDrama), and because of that, I think I had a trickier time remembering exactly where the twists and turns were going, which I think led to a less predictable, more enjoyable reading experience. I could see myself giving this 5/5 because I really enjoy the minority game and its strategy, but I think one twist was handled rather poorly (could've been good, but the way it was handled/language used was a bit off-putting), and there were a few instances of some really not ok terms being used (an unfortunate result of its time) so in the end, I'm giving it like... 4.5/5? 9/10? Mostly due to those things which were rather brief but off-putting nonetheless. --------- Note: Vol 2 = chapters 8-17

  3. 4 out of 5

    TheNonHumanAlien

    I actually really enjoyed this volume but the art still sucks. (sorry, I'm very picky about my art lol) I actually really enjoyed this volume but the art still sucks. (sorry, I'm very picky about my art lol)

  4. 5 out of 5

    Coke Fernández

    7/10. Ha estado guay el juego de las minorías :). Aunque se notaba bastante que un personaje tramaba algo, jajaja.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lyra

    Fantastic. Lets first say the bad points (should say point). Nao gets worse. The series could be perfect if not for protagonist Nao. I understand we need her so the reader can insert ourselves in a character but god, she has passed the line of being thick and now is straight up whiny and unbearable. At the end she redeems herself a bit, figuring a plan to avoid Mr X and helping Akiyama piece the final clue (I am reaching at the bottom of the barrel to say something nice of Nao), but at the beginn Fantastic. Lets first say the bad points (should say point). Nao gets worse. The series could be perfect if not for protagonist Nao. I understand we need her so the reader can insert ourselves in a character but god, she has passed the line of being thick and now is straight up whiny and unbearable. At the end she redeems herself a bit, figuring a plan to avoid Mr X and helping Akiyama piece the final clue (I am reaching at the bottom of the barrel to say something nice of Nao), but at the beginning I had to roll my eyes every page at her uselessness and at one point gave up and walked for a bit before giving the volume another go. She is not only naive but is devoid of character, many times throughout the series people have approached her and said their thoughts and she parrots them back and thinks she thought them. Akiyamas character does get better, his deductions and plans are more thought out and he is a genius in many situations. I like him much more. Although still have no clue why he is so helpful. I would have left Nao a long time ago and gone away with the money. The plot twists are not expected in the most part. Mr X's indentity was no surprise for me but the other plot twists scattered throughout the volume were very well crafted. The story has a different perspective but the same motive still continues (no one wants a huge debt they can't afford) which is not a bad thing. So far great. I hope it continues this way.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Hà Linh

    người ko có năng lượng toán học đọc vòng này nhiều toán hơi mệt ( ̄ ¨ヽ ̄) mà có một cái sự mắc cười khó hỉu, không rõ tác giả vô tình hay cố ý nứa ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) đặc biệt là em Nao, thở ra câu nào lại muốn cười khục khục khục câu ấy

  7. 4 out of 5

    Muhamed Sewidan

    رائعة جداً، ليست بمستوى death note ولكن ما زالت تحفة

  8. 5 out of 5

    LM

    The most interesting aspect of the story of Liar Game is how the manga is able to turn simple games into something more intriguing. In this volume though, the story was more predictable. I liked the plan of Akiyama had but it was obvious that it wouldn't work because someone won't cooperate. Generally, you can see the twists in the series coming and it is not as clever as other mangas of its genre. The reason though why I only give 2 stars is the terrible handling of the trans character in this The most interesting aspect of the story of Liar Game is how the manga is able to turn simple games into something more intriguing. In this volume though, the story was more predictable. I liked the plan of Akiyama had but it was obvious that it wouldn't work because someone won't cooperate. Generally, you can see the twists in the series coming and it is not as clever as other mangas of its genre. The reason though why I only give 2 stars is the terrible handling of the trans character in this volume. Overall, I enjoy the character design in Liar Game but it is obvious that the author knows nothing about trans persons at all and it is such a shame. We have this one character that presents themselves as female in the beginning of the story. Later, the character has its "reveal" and says literally (translated from German): "I am a man as well - or better said, a trans woman". There is so much wrong with this statement. Yes, of course there are bigender trans people, but this statement implies that a trans woman is a man which is totally wrong - trans women are women! Not only this, but the character is talked about with male pronouns. Like I said, they could be non-binary but I doubt that the author even know what that means. This bothered me so much (and they're the evil antagonist as well) that I couldn't enjoy the second half of this volume.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Rocio Valenzuela

    Poco después de imponerse en la primera partida del Liar Game, Nao recibe una invitación para la segunda fase del juego. Nao y otros 21 participantes se reúnen en una vieja mansión de estilo occidental situada en las afueras, donde a cada uno de ellos se le asignan 100 millones, con lo que el total del dinero en juego asciende a 2200 millones de yenes. El nombre de esta ronda es “El juego de la minoría” y consiste en responder y votar a una serie de planteamientos. La facción que quede en minorí Poco después de imponerse en la primera partida del Liar Game, Nao recibe una invitación para la segunda fase del juego. Nao y otros 21 participantes se reúnen en una vieja mansión de estilo occidental situada en las afueras, donde a cada uno de ellos se le asignan 100 millones, con lo que el total del dinero en juego asciende a 2200 millones de yenes. El nombre de esta ronda es “El juego de la minoría” y consiste en responder y votar a una serie de planteamientos. La facción que quede en minoría resultará ganadora. Solo puede quedar un único jugador que se llevará el premio de 2200 millones de yenes. Con una escala que supera ampliamente a la de la primera partida, da comienzo este impresionante juego de engaños.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Swegmoney

    Really good, especially if you’re a fan of manga like Death Note, high stakes games of wit. Even when you think it’s being predictable it ends up throwing you for a loop with more than you could have expected. Excited to read more!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Madalina

    The strategies were kind of predictable, I mean I caught on to them really quick. But that doesn't bother me, in fact it was fascinating to observe everything and come to the same conclusion as Akiyama. The strategies were kind of predictable, I mean I caught on to them really quick. But that doesn't bother me, in fact it was fascinating to observe everything and come to the same conclusion as Akiyama.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Strange

    Tập này mang sắc thái hồi hộp hơn vì sự nâng cấp của vòng 2, khó đoán hơn và cả sự chú ý đều dồn vào idol Akiyama (tự nhiên nổi bật vì được vẽ đẹp hơn hẵn so với người khác)... Nhất là lúc còn 4 người biểu quyết, fancy dễ sợ... 😂

  13. 4 out of 5

    Olga

    Wow, Fukunaga is surely a bit different then in tv series.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sara Aouichi

    i like the plot and all but damn i hate the main character Nao. she i the type of a person i cant deal with and the type i avoid like a plague

  15. 5 out of 5

    M

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Though Nao is a big drama queen, I thoroughly enjoyed this volume and the second round of the Liar Game. The mind games, logic and math behind it all were fascinating!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kurtis Burkhardt

    Very interesting and intriguing manga, Really love this so far! Great suspenseful Psychological/ High stakes game manga 😻😻🃏 🎰😁❤️

  17. 5 out of 5

    First Name

    This one was totally predictable, hope the next vol. is better.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Jinx:The:Poet {the Literary Masochist, Ink Ninja & Word Roamer}

    [REVIEW FOR THE SERIES...] Liar Game (Vol. 1-19) Liar Game (Japanese: ライアーゲーム Hepburn: Raiā Gēmu) is a Japanese seinen manga series originally written and illustrated by Shinobu Kaitani. At first I felt unsure whether this manga could even be exciting. It seemed just so-so...but man was I wrong. It is a psychological suspense manga, filled to the brim with intelligent plot, quirky characters and over all fascinating story. "A scrupulously honest college student named Nao Kanzaki receives a pack [REVIEW FOR THE SERIES...] Liar Game (Vol. 1-19) Liar Game (Japanese: ライアーゲーム Hepburn: Raiā Gēmu) is a Japanese seinen manga series originally written and illustrated by Shinobu Kaitani. At first I felt unsure whether this manga could even be exciting. It seemed just so-so...but man was I wrong. It is a psychological suspense manga, filled to the brim with intelligent plot, quirky characters and over all fascinating story. "A scrupulously honest college student named Nao Kanzaki receives a package containing 100 million yen (about 1 million USD) and a note that she is now a contestant in the Liar Game Tournament. In this fictional tournament, contestants are encouraged to cheat and lie to obtain other contestants' money, with the losers forced to bear a debt proportional to their losses. When Nao's first opponent, a trusted former teacher, steals her money, she seeks assistance from a con man named Shinichi Akiyama. Though they manage to defeat him, Nao and Akiyama decide to buy out his debt and advance through different rounds of the Liar Game Tournament against merciless contestants, while at the same time attempting to free their opponents from debt and defeat the Liar Game organization from within." -Book Blurb Nao Kanzaki is unwilling dragged into the Liar Game, and to survive she hires intelligent con-man Shinichi Akiyama. They team up to destroy this mysterious and dangerous organization behind the Liar Game, from the inside out. Unique and stylistic, intelligent and suspenseful, Liar Game is a very enjoyable series. I never thought I could love a series like this, nor did I know one existed. This is a battle of wits and chance, a story of truth and lies. It is not an action adventure, nor is it a romance, or comedy. It is a very interesting genre or blend of genres, falling somewhen under psychological suspense and intrigue. I highly recommend giving this one a shot, even it it seems its not your type of manga. I sincerely thought it wouldn’t be mine, but here we are. Take a chance! [OFFICIAL RATING: 4.5 STARS]

  19. 4 out of 5

    Dominique "Eerie" Sobieska

    Overall Rating: 8/10 ... if... it didnt have 19 volumes. So honest rating- 5/10. This was original, years ago. I have no idea how I had stumbled on Liar Game but it was phenomenal, original, intriguing with so much treachery and deceit, I just couldnt get enough. Liar Game plays on human emotion from the pages until the end. A game were deception and manipulation as well as conning strategy will keep you going in the game, avoiding exceedingly vast debt and psychological trauma, one can safely s Overall Rating: 8/10 ... if... it didnt have 19 volumes. So honest rating- 5/10. This was original, years ago. I have no idea how I had stumbled on Liar Game but it was phenomenal, original, intriguing with so much treachery and deceit, I just couldnt get enough. Liar Game plays on human emotion from the pages until the end. A game were deception and manipulation as well as conning strategy will keep you going in the game, avoiding exceedingly vast debt and psychological trauma, one can safely say that there are no winners at the end of the line of this secretive con tournament. The psychological evolution of the main female character Nao changes as the series progresses but unfortunately her good nature of saving even those that wronged her would get on my nerves further on. Akiyama was a well rounded character to begin with and helped Nao during the tournament. The ending felt rushed, with made no sense as this was a 19 volumes series. Honestly, I feel like 5 maybe 6 volumes would have been enough as the battles would become more intricate, convoluted and repetitive. Since the author had written for such a long time, I would have honestly expected a better ending instead of the mess it was with holes and details left unexplained. So do I recommend it: I guess, but down the line if I really think about it, no... Unless you like psychological scheming dramas that last a bit too long. Kinda like soap operas!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

    Oh my god, this was even better than the first volume. Truthfully, I didn’t think the second round was going to be that exciting, so I was surprised by how into it I got. I just really love the strategy behind everything. These games are all about outthinking your opponents and being one step ahead of the competition. As a protagonist, Nao was still super annoying. I couldn’t help but roll my eyes at her lack of any common sense. I was especially frustrated when it came to the practice run quest Oh my god, this was even better than the first volume. Truthfully, I didn’t think the second round was going to be that exciting, so I was surprised by how into it I got. I just really love the strategy behind everything. These games are all about outthinking your opponents and being one step ahead of the competition. As a protagonist, Nao was still super annoying. I couldn’t help but roll my eyes at her lack of any common sense. I was especially frustrated when it came to the practice run question of the Minority game and how little thought she put into her decision. Akiyama on the other hand was the most amazing person in the world. I kind of wish that he was the main character instead of Nao because I was completely in love with him. This guy was seriously genius levels of intelligence. My mind was blown at all of his plans and the way he was able to read people. He was just so impressive during that entire final round. The twists and reveals kept coming and I was obsessing over every minute of it.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Yue

    The story improved.. a lot. Now I can understand why people compare this to Death Note. There are twist after twist; people who are not really who they say they are; and Akiyama, cold and clever, anticipating every move. I still do not like Nao; I know her type (innocent, gullible) is necessary for this kind of mystery, but she gets on my nerves, by doing nothing (besides crying and getting desperate) and leaving everything to Akiyama-san.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Hikaoru

    Villains tend to blurt out their scheme when they thought they had won and that's where they're usually thwarted. Mr Akiyama should've just win the game and drag Nao by her heels or something away from this game. Lock her in a tower so she won't care too much about people. >,< Villains tend to blurt out their scheme when they thought they had won and that's where they're usually thwarted. Mr Akiyama should've just win the game and drag Nao by her heels or something away from this game. Lock her in a tower so she won't care too much about people. >,<

  23. 5 out of 5

    Marilag

    To be honest, I think most of the appeal for this story had been due to the theatrics of the J-Drama and the beautiful Shota Matsuda (and Eirika Toda, obviously). Maybe that's just me... I figure I'll still keep reading, though, it's not a long manga in the least! To be honest, I think most of the appeal for this story had been due to the theatrics of the J-Drama and the beautiful Shota Matsuda (and Eirika Toda, obviously). Maybe that's just me... I figure I'll still keep reading, though, it's not a long manga in the least!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Samuel

    Note: I have the dutch version

  25. 5 out of 5

    Matmazel Too

    Okudukça daha iyi olmaya mı başladı ne :P :D

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jesslynman Pei sze

    extremely good plot, my heart was racing all the way from cover to cover!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Albert Ignacio

    Hella good!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Dani

    dang

  29. 4 out of 5

    Alpha Cauwenbergh

  30. 4 out of 5

    Eri

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