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Narumi ist ein Vollblut-Nerd. Doch ihre Liebe zu Manga und Anime trifft bei Normalo-Männern nicht gerade auf Verständnis – sobald sie hinter ihr Geheimnis kommen, nehmen sie Reißaus! Zum Glück bietet sich ihr alter Kindheitsfreund Hirotaka – selbst hoffnungsloser Game-Nerd – als Freund an. Aber kann die Rechnung Nerd + Nerd = Liebe wirklich aufgehen? The Big Bang Theory tri Narumi ist ein Vollblut-Nerd. Doch ihre Liebe zu Manga und Anime trifft bei Normalo-Männern nicht gerade auf Verständnis – sobald sie hinter ihr Geheimnis kommen, nehmen sie Reißaus! Zum Glück bietet sich ihr alter Kindheitsfreund Hirotaka – selbst hoffnungsloser Game-Nerd – als Freund an. Aber kann die Rechnung Nerd + Nerd = Liebe wirklich aufgehen? The Big Bang Theory trifft auf Manga – eine herrlich durchgeknallte Rom-Com nicht nur für Nerds!


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Narumi ist ein Vollblut-Nerd. Doch ihre Liebe zu Manga und Anime trifft bei Normalo-Männern nicht gerade auf Verständnis – sobald sie hinter ihr Geheimnis kommen, nehmen sie Reißaus! Zum Glück bietet sich ihr alter Kindheitsfreund Hirotaka – selbst hoffnungsloser Game-Nerd – als Freund an. Aber kann die Rechnung Nerd + Nerd = Liebe wirklich aufgehen? The Big Bang Theory tri Narumi ist ein Vollblut-Nerd. Doch ihre Liebe zu Manga und Anime trifft bei Normalo-Männern nicht gerade auf Verständnis – sobald sie hinter ihr Geheimnis kommen, nehmen sie Reißaus! Zum Glück bietet sich ihr alter Kindheitsfreund Hirotaka – selbst hoffnungsloser Game-Nerd – als Freund an. Aber kann die Rechnung Nerd + Nerd = Liebe wirklich aufgehen? The Big Bang Theory trifft auf Manga – eine herrlich durchgeknallte Rom-Com nicht nur für Nerds!

30 review for Keine Cheats für die Liebe 01

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mir

    A cute young woman who has had trouble keeping boyfriends because of her geeky gamer hobbies finds herself coworkers with a middle school friend who shared her interests. It seems sensible that they should try dating. Overall, this was really well done. The art is good, the writing is mostly interesting (although not being a gamer I was frequently confused), and the characters were distinct. The weakest part for me was the romance. I didn't get much sense of the two actually having romantic feel A cute young woman who has had trouble keeping boyfriends because of her geeky gamer hobbies finds herself coworkers with a middle school friend who shared her interests. It seems sensible that they should try dating. Overall, this was really well done. The art is good, the writing is mostly interesting (although not being a gamer I was frequently confused), and the characters were distinct. The weakest part for me was the romance. I didn't get much sense of the two actually having romantic feelings for one another, and they don't seem to have a physical relationship or even be attracted to one another. This aspect might have worked better had the two spent more time getting reacquainted and then developed mutual feelings, rather than just deciding at the outset to get together and then doing so. But they do seem like good, mutually supportive friends to one another, which is nice to see. My favorite character is the coworker Hanako, followed by the upbeat younger brother.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Yesy (The Book Vagrant)

    great start…I'm in!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Artemy

    I'm not sure how I feel about Wotakoi, honestly. It's not as laugh-out-loud funny as some of my favourite slice of life mangas, and it's not really a page turner — I spent about five days plowing through this tiny 130 page tome. I enjoyed what I read, don't get me wrong, but I was never compelled to read more in one sitting, just a few pages at a time was enough. I think part of it is that I'm pretty far removed from the Japanese otaku culture myself — I don't read nearly as much manga and don't I'm not sure how I feel about Wotakoi, honestly. It's not as laugh-out-loud funny as some of my favourite slice of life mangas, and it's not really a page turner — I spent about five days plowing through this tiny 130 page tome. I enjoyed what I read, don't get me wrong, but I was never compelled to read more in one sitting, just a few pages at a time was enough. I think part of it is that I'm pretty far removed from the Japanese otaku culture myself — I don't read nearly as much manga and don't watch a lot of anime, I don't care about yaoi, waifus, vocaloids or j-pop, and I don't even own a gaming console (though I've been known to enjoy an occasional game of Final Fantasy). Still, I think the core thing about Wotakoi — the two couples and their relationships at the center of it all — is rock solid. Hirotaka and Narumi especially are just so cute and fun together, you want to root for their relationship to work out from the get go. The first volume ends on a pretty high note, but it also gives the book a weird sense of completeness even though there are a bunch more volumes following this one, so I'm not sure if I'll want to pick up volume 2 or not. Still, I think I enjoyed my time with Wotakoi well enough either way.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Maria (Big City Bookworm)

    This one was just okay for me. It felt like nothing really happened? It was also hard to follow for something with such a simple concept... I don't think I'll be continuing with this series unfortunately. This one was just okay for me. It felt like nothing really happened? It was also hard to follow for something with such a simple concept... I don't think I'll be continuing with this series unfortunately.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Kelly⁷

    I LOVE HIROTAKA SO MUCH, I WILL FOREVER LOVE HIM OMG, OMG, OMG!!!!!! This is one of my favorites mangas/anime ever! I love this couple so much I'm crying for happiness.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Rose Heartfilia

    I started watching the series because it aired during the spring season. Now that it's coming towards an end, I couldn't imagine that I would not continue to read it. The manga at this point is not further (translated) from the anime, but I don't care. I enjoyed rereading the chapters and the things I have seen and surely would keep an eye out for new updates and so on. At this point I read through the 28 chapters very quickly and will try to wait patiently for the rest. The characters are funny I started watching the series because it aired during the spring season. Now that it's coming towards an end, I couldn't imagine that I would not continue to read it. The manga at this point is not further (translated) from the anime, but I don't care. I enjoyed rereading the chapters and the things I have seen and surely would keep an eye out for new updates and so on. At this point I read through the 28 chapters very quickly and will try to wait patiently for the rest. The characters are funny and to some extend Narumi (not even my favourite character) is relatable to me. I never really experienced that love is difficult but I also never had someone that was just that interested. I let them watch series that I liked such as Doctor Who but also Fairy Tail. And I do whatever I want; if I want to read manga, I read manga. If I want to watch anime, I watch anime. If I want to play a JRPG, I play a JRPG (in case I have time). But this make them very cute and at this point in the process I think that Naru also likes Hirotaka. I was afraid she merely said an okay; for the sake of having a boyfriend. We shall see!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Angelica

    The concept seemed promising. Fellow otakus falling in love. It's practically every Lady Otaku's fantasy love story and I was ready to indulge! But in my opinion, I wasn't that impressed. I liked the little otaku jokes here and there... and I like the two main characters and their sweet otaku interactions. But I don't know where the direction of this story is going and its driving me insane. At first, there seemed to be a linear story line but then there would be just random chapters of random s The concept seemed promising. Fellow otakus falling in love. It's practically every Lady Otaku's fantasy love story and I was ready to indulge! But in my opinion, I wasn't that impressed. I liked the little otaku jokes here and there... and I like the two main characters and their sweet otaku interactions. But I don't know where the direction of this story is going and its driving me insane. At first, there seemed to be a linear story line but then there would be just random chapters of random stuff... then it would go back to the story line?? But then I would have to flip back to remember what the main storyline was about... I don't know. I really want to like this manga too. I want to like it so much that I'm willing to give volume 2 a shot. Like I said "every Lady Otaku's fantasy love story"!!! Maybe volume 2 is better. I hope so.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Yulia

    technically a 4.5 ✨ It took me a second to properly get into the way the story flowed. The reason being because it begins sort of abruptly and is very episodic in nature. This gives you the feeling that you’ve come in the middle of the characters’ story and you’re just following along with snippets of their daily life. That being said, once I got used to the way the story was told, I absolutely adored it. It was so quietly romantic, showcasing those small and lovely daily moments of two people fal technically a 4.5 ✨ It took me a second to properly get into the way the story flowed. The reason being because it begins sort of abruptly and is very episodic in nature. This gives you the feeling that you’ve come in the middle of the characters’ story and you’re just following along with snippets of their daily life. That being said, once I got used to the way the story was told, I absolutely adored it. It was so quietly romantic, showcasing those small and lovely daily moments of two people falling in love. It’s the perfect dramaless manga to come home to, after a long and tiring day. End of rant.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Deesha

    hirotakaaaaaaaaaa!!! 10/10 good time.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Liz

    This is so much fun already, especially since I get most of the references that are made! On to volume two.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Martu (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧

    This manga is so relatable...

  12. 4 out of 5

    Isis

    I wish this was my life!!!!!!! I need to find myself a Nifuji of my own!!!!!!!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Marie

    I came to this manga expecting something stupid and man was I proven wrong. It's funny, precious and relatable. Narumi, the main character is a pretty good picture of the average fujoshi, which I appreciate. Hirotaka, the love interest is so precious and I just wanna protect him. I also really appreciate the other relationship, as it is pretty dammed adorable as well. There were ups and downs; I laughed a lot reading this and some moments were just too precious, so I almost started to cry... I wou I came to this manga expecting something stupid and man was I proven wrong. It's funny, precious and relatable. Narumi, the main character is a pretty good picture of the average fujoshi, which I appreciate. Hirotaka, the love interest is so precious and I just wanna protect him. I also really appreciate the other relationship, as it is pretty dammed adorable as well. There were ups and downs; I laughed a lot reading this and some moments were just too precious, so I almost started to cry... I would recommend this to any okatu, fujoshi and elitists alike. I especially recommend it to people who enjoyed No Game No Life or Kiss Him, Not Me.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Cassidi Tran

    This book was honestly just as good as the show. I watched the show before reading the book, I bought the book at the Amazon Bookstore. This book is a romance but also a slice-of-life it follows the two main characters Hirotaka and Narumi. Narumi is an Otaku and is ashamed of showing that sid e of her to all of her co-workers but her identity gets ratted out by her childhood friend who works with her now named Hirotaka. I thought it was adorable following their slice of life romance.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Christine Aeschbacher

    4.5⭐️ This is so cute! I’m excited to see a romance unfold when the characters are already “dating.” I really love how nerdy all four of them are. They each have their thing. Their friendships remind me of my friend group. We are all nerdy in our own ways, but we all love and accept each other. The only reason I docked half a star was because it makes SO many references that I don’t understand.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Adriel Hartnett

    Find this in random YouTube videos and find the anime. I love it so much I want to read the manga to find out what's next. It's different and refreshing alright. The romance is between two colleagues, which is fresh from Manga point of view; and even better, the romance is between two geeks. I love how they interact with each other and I need a Hirotaka in my life!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Gianina

    I quirky volume that is great if you're bored, but in the end it wasn't for me

  18. 5 out of 5

    Edith Cazares

    I honestly loved this

  19. 5 out of 5

    Lídia Pinheiro

    3.5 for the whole series.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Fa Amero E

    Finally! Wotakoi has been published in Mexico, yei! Since I watched last year's anime adaptation of this manga, I've been dying to read it. It has so many references to japanese culture! From Sailor Moon to Dazai's stories. This manga is awesome! Reading the manga, I feel like the jokes and references are more clearly shown in the text. However, the anime has magic of its own, as it helps you connecting way deeper to each character. Though they're the same story, both feel quite different in tone Finally! Wotakoi has been published in Mexico, yei! Since I watched last year's anime adaptation of this manga, I've been dying to read it. It has so many references to japanese culture! From Sailor Moon to Dazai's stories. This manga is awesome! Reading the manga, I feel like the jokes and references are more clearly shown in the text. However, the anime has magic of its own, as it helps you connecting way deeper to each character. Though they're the same story, both feel quite different in tone. I'm not sure which one I like the most. Probably should go back to watch the anime again.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    Just by reading this first volume I decided that Wotakoi is one of my all-time favourites. It's so refreshing to read a manga about people my age in relationships. Not just the get-together part, but the actually-in-a-relationship part. I see a lot of myself in each charater, and I think it is nice to read something that portrays how adult relationships really work (well, at least how they work in Japan, but nevertheless, it feels more real).

  22. 5 out of 5

    Mahra

      a good shoujo manga finally 1. this is a love story between two otakus who work together 2. such cute love story and otaku jokes that are funny ! 3. the humor is something i miss since Gintama 4. the art is amazing 10/10 5. i literally wanna take some screenshots for reference 6. i am debating whether to buy the actual manga or not. in the last chapter when hirotaka smiles *faints* (i actually read this the moment the 1st chapter was out but im recording it late in GR)

  23. 5 out of 5

    Ashley DeCosta

    I watched the anime first, so maybe that tainted how I approached the manga. I love all the characters and would recommend to anyone that they should read this, but there were definitely points where transitions felt choppy, even by manga standards and that can make following the plot a little confusing. Otherwise, I love everything about this series—as a fellow otaku this resonates with me a lot.

  24. 4 out of 5

    TheSuperKim

    A girl can't find love because apparently being an otaku is such a bad thing??? Her last lover dumped her after finding out she's an otaku so she transferred to a different company. On her frist day, she finds out that her childhood friend works there, too. She also finds other friends just as obsessed with mangas and anime and BL as her. Frankly the plot isn't really that deep, there's no real conflict in the story but sometimes it's fun to read light crap like this.

  25. 4 out of 5

    nathan c.

    This book was absolutely adorable. It was realistic yet comedic. The kind of romantic comedy that I can relate to being that I am an incredible nerd myself. The relationships between the two main characters and even the side characters made me realise how chaotic yet fun true love can be and even if it is not true love, how true friendships can be valued and made and never truly lost.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Yue

    I don't know if it is because the scanlations are all over the place or if it is the story. Ep 01 they are friends and Ep02, out of nowhere, they are dating? I wish it could have developed more naturally before starting dating. I guess I should give the anime a try? I didn't feel like this was a proper rom-com, which is rather disappointing since I had great expectations.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Alex

    i enjoy reading this volume and will continue to read it to see where the story will end up. it's just a nice romance between 2 people who are heavily invested in being an otaku and video games, and since i get both sides i'm having a great time. :)

  28. 5 out of 5

    Almeyda

    Although I think there's some unexplained things and jumpy plot, this first volume is definitely a page-turning manga! I came to love all of the characters and all of them are so relatable in my life lmao It's a great introduction that would make you want to read it even more!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Denaiir

    ok this is some kind of slice of life manga, nothing special, and the otaku references are sometimes hardcore so I had a little bit of trouble getting into it, but it's pleasant to read and I got more familiar with it as it went.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Paula (paulasbookshelf)

    Unfortunately this fell flat for me. I liked the drawing style but I didn’t enjoy the characters or the story. I found the dialogue to be really weird as well. The representation of women didn’t sit well with me and the two relationships in this story didn’t make sense.

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