Title: Darwin’s Game
Original Title: ダーウィンズゲーム
An unknowing Sudou Kaname is invited to try out a new mysterious mobile app game called Darwin’s Game, but later realizes that he’s in for more than he’s bargained for when he finds out that there’s no way to quit the game.
DISCLAIMER! This is the review of the 3rd chapter of this manga. By being a review of a single chapter it can contain various SPOILERS. Read at your discretion.
We were left with Kaname, who was continuing the fight against Banda.
…and I didn’t expect the fanservice pic on the cover!
I really like that we have more insight here in the manga about what Kaname and Banda are thinking. Kaname’s thoughts are a really nice analysis, while Banda’s ones help remove the de-humanization given by the costume, making it easier to understand that he isn’t only a ruthless assassin but there is something more to his character.
I also really appreciated the part on why Banda is so desperate to get money. All these extra parts are really nice and the fact that they were absent from the manga explains why it seemed to take less for Kaname to overcome this encounter.
Another big difference to me is about the police: it seems to be much more involved in the manga while I didn’t remember they were trying so hard about the “vandalism” in the anime.
This chapter put an end to the fight between Kaname and Banda. It was really exciting and I hope the following ones will be on the same level.