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** The girlfriend begs the protagonist to go out and buy [[Franchise/MetalGear M*t*l]][[LawyerFriendlyCameo G**r]].

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** The girlfriend begs the protagonist to go out and buy [[Franchise/MetalGear M*t*l]][[LawyerFriendlyCameo M*t*l]] [[LawyerFriendlyCameo G**r]].


%% [[Franchise/MetalGear M*t*l G**r]]

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%% ** The girlfriend begs the protagonist to go out and buy [[Franchise/MetalGear M*t*l G**r]]M*t*l]][[LawyerFriendlyCameo G**r]].


%% AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: Occurs fairly frequently, but [[CrowningMomentOfHeartWarming most especially during the end of Chapter 12.]]

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%% Administrivia/ZeroContextExample: AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: Occurs fairly frequently, but [[CrowningMomentOfHeartWarming most especially such as during the end of Chapter 12.]]


{{Yonkoma}} manga about [[NoNameGiven unnamed]] couples, at least one of whom will have a passion for video games. The first volume features an [[NoNameGiven unnamed]] high school student and his [[NoNameGiven likewise unnamed]] girlfriend, both of whom share a passion for playing video games...and each other, though they both have trouble admitting it. This alternates between the two of them [[TwoGamersOnACouch playing video games and discussing them at length]], and [[WillTheyOrWontThey trying their best to express their feelings for each other]].

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{{Yonkoma}} manga by Rendou Kurosaki about [[NoNameGiven unnamed]] couples, at least one of whom will have a passion for video games. The first volume features an [[NoNameGiven unnamed]] high school student and his [[NoNameGiven likewise unnamed]] girlfriend, both of whom share a passion for playing video games...and each other, though they both have trouble admitting it. This alternates between the two of them [[TwoGamersOnACouch playing video games and discussing them at length]], and [[WillTheyOrWontThey trying their best to express their feelings for each other]].


* MinimalistCast: In the first volume, there was the girl, the boy, the unseen store owner, and the voice of the boy's friend on a cell phone. It seems that all the other volumes will go in this direction as well.

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* MinimalistCast: In the first volume, there was the girl, the boy, the unseen store owner, and the voice of the boy's friend on a cell phone. It seems that all the The other volumes will go in this direction as well.gradually abandon this.


So far, there are six completed volumes (1, 2, 3, R, High Heels, and Maniax).

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So far, there are six eight completed volumes (1, 2, 3, R, High Heels, Maniax, High Heels 2 and Maniax).High Heels 3).


* AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: Occurs fairly frequently, but [[CrowningMomentOfHeartWarming most especially during the end of Chapter 12.]]

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* %% AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: Occurs fairly frequently, but [[CrowningMomentOfHeartWarming most especially during the end of Chapter 12.]]



* GamerChick
* TheGlassesGottaGo: See CatGirl above.

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* %% GamerChick
* %% TheGlassesGottaGo: See CatGirl above.



* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: The guy.
* LawyerFriendlyCameo: "The Mysterious ***geon", "Met*l Gear"
* {{Meganekko}}: Subverted, see above.

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* %% JerkWithAHeartOfGold: The guy.
* %% LawyerFriendlyCameo: "The Mysterious ***geon", "Met*l Gear"
* %% {{Meganekko}}: Subverted, see above.



* NoNameGiven: The author simply refers to them as "the boy" and "the girl" in the afterword.

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* NoNameGiven: NoNameGiven:
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The author simply refers to them as "the boy" and "the girl" in the afterword.



* OtakuSurrogate
* OutOfFocus: The second volume stars a completely different couple, while the original pair only appear in two or three chapters.

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* %% OtakuSurrogate
* OutOfFocus: OutOfFocus:
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The second volume stars a completely different couple, while the original pair only appear in two or three chapters.



* ShoutOut: To the WesternAnimation/SouthPark episode "Guitar Queer-o", of all things - aside from all the video game references.
** [[Franchise/MetalGear M*t*l G**r]]

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
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To the WesternAnimation/SouthPark ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode "Guitar Queer-o", of all things - aside from all the video game references.
** %% [[Franchise/MetalGear M*t*l G**r]]



** VideoGame/EarthDefenseForce

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** %% VideoGame/EarthDefenseForce



* SleepCute

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* %% SleepCute



* TinyGuyHugeGirl
* {{Tsundere}}: The girl. (incredibly so.)

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* %% TinyGuyHugeGirl
* %% {{Tsundere}}: The girl. (incredibly so.)



* WillTheyOrWontThey: [[spoiler: they did.]]
* {{Yonkoma}}

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* %% WillTheyOrWontThey: [[spoiler: they did.]]
* %% {{Yonkoma}}


* [[spoiler: BabiesEverAfter: The DistantFinale of Volume 2 reveals that the [[ChangingOfTheGuard main characters]] of vol. 2 had a daughter. [[BittersweetEnding Unfortunately, they are also divorced, though apparently they remain on good terms with each other.]]]]

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* [[spoiler: BabiesEverAfter: The DistantFinale of Volume 2 reveals that the [[spoiler:the [[ChangingOfTheGuard main characters]] of vol. 2 had a daughter. [[BittersweetEnding Unfortunately, they are also divorced, though apparently they remain on good terms with each other.]]]]


* FetishFuel: She is ''very'' fond of using her feet to torture him, whether it be via kicking him, using his head as an ottoman, and even rubbing them over his face, neck, and shoulders at one point. Not to mention the milk scene, or the strip entirely devoted to her removing her shoes...
** Almost every eyecatch in each chapter's beginning features the girl's feet and the joystick's cord. Just do the math.
** It's revealed that she's [[GenreSavvy aware of]] her feet and legs being her most notable feature, as she takes the time to go home and change into her high-heeled shoes, so as to accent her legs for her boyfriend's viewing delight.


* [[HeyItsThatVoice Hey It's That Voice]]: The main characters are voiced by Creator/ShizukaIto and Terashima Takuma on the Drama CD.


** The girlfriend thinks the game NoMoreHeroes is sexually harassing her.

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** The girlfriend thinks the game NoMoreHeroes ''VideoGame/NoMoreHeroes'' is sexually harassing her.


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The complete series hasn't been released in English, but you can read it [[http://www.mangahere.co/manga/houkago_play/ here]].



!!''HoukagoPlay'' provides examples of:

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!!''HoukagoPlay'' !!''Houkago Play'' provides examples of:of:



** For the figurine for the girl, she's reffered to as Girlfriend, and other sources back this up, even calling the boy Boyfriend.

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** For the figurine for the girl, she's reffered referred to as Girlfriend, and other sources back this up, even calling the boy Boyfriend.



** When the girl is anxious about singing a karaoke song, the boy says [[GurrenLagann "Believe in the me that believes in you".]]

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** When the girl is anxious about singing a karaoke song, the boy says [[GurrenLagann [[Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann "Believe in the me that believes in you".]]


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** The soundtrack they were talking about is LiveALive.

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** The soundtrack they were talking about is LiveALive.''VideoGame/LiveALive''.

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* FetishFuel: She is ''very'' fond of using her feet to torture him, whether it be via kicking him, using his head as an ottoman, and even rubbing them over his face, neck, and shoulders at one point. Not to mention the milk scene, or the strip entirely devoted to her removing her shoes...
** Almost every eyecatch in each chapter's beginning features the girl's feet and the joystick's cord. Just do the math.
** It's revealed that she's [[GenreSavvy aware of]] her feet and legs being her most notable feature, as she takes the time to go home and change into her high-heeled shoes, so as to accent her legs for her boyfriend's viewing delight.

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