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High Score Girl II

The year is 1996, and second-year high school students Haruo Yaguchi, Akira Oono, and Koharu Hidaka live their lives as passionately about video games as they were five years ago. Brought together by arcade games, what began as a healthy rivalry and friendship has turned into something more. As they endeavour towards understanding their unfamiliar feelings, they work with allies, navigate high school, and find that, although life has its many challenges, there’s always a game or two they can rely on. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

User Rating : 7.99

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Alternative Titles
Title : High Score Girl II
English : None
Japanese : ハイスコアガール II
Synonyms : High Score Girl 2

Info
Type : TV
User Rating : 7.99
Episodes : 9
Premiered : fall 2019
Aired : Oct 26, 2019 to Dec 21, 2019
Airing Status : Finished Airing
Genres : Comedy
Duration : 23 min per ep
Rating : PG-13 – Teens 13 or older
Broadcast : Saturdays at 01:05 (JST)
Producers : Square Enix , Mainichi Broadcasting System , Magic Capsule , Warner Bros. Japan , KlockWorx , Good Smile Company
Licensors : Netflix
Studio : J.C.Staff
Source : Manga
Season : fall
Themes : Love Polygon, Romantic Subtext, School, Video Game
Demographics : Seinen
Rank : 579
Popularity : 1539
Members : 116340
Favorites : 735
NSFW : No

Characters & Voice Actors

Hidaka, Koharu
Hirose, Yuuki
Japanese
Oono, Akira
Suzushiro, Sayumi
Japanese
Yaguchi, Haruo
Amasaki, Kouhei
Japanese
Doi, Genta
Yamashita, Daiki
Japanese

Staff

Yamakawa Yoshiki
Director
Storyboard

Méyère Bruno
Script
ADR Director

Yakushimaru Etsuko
Theme Song Performance

sora tob sakana
Theme Song Performance

Kuwabata Mitsuru
Character Design

Suzuki Akira
Art Director

Theme Songs

OPENINGS
ENDINGS
“flash” by sora tob sakana
“Unknown World Map (アンノウン・ワールドマップ)” by Etsuko Yakushimaru

Recommendations

No Related Anime

Review

User : robert788
overall : 10 story : 10 animation : 8 sound : 9 character : 10 enjoyment : 10
Review : High Score Girl II (2019) Well, what can be said about this but it for me is a 10/10. The show picks up right after the ‘Extra Stage’ and the story is just spectacular. It may not seem so since it is about video gaming in one sense. But this is really just a sideline matter since it really is a coming of age romance. The show has Haruo and Akira going through what can be only seen as the pivotal moment in their lives. They live in completely different worlds with the responsibility she holds and…
User : KANLen09
overall : 9 story : 9 animation : 9 sound : 9 character : 9 enjoyment : 9
Review : The high hats of the journeys of both Haruo Yaguchi and Akira Oono in Season 1, now include love-game rival Koharu Hidaka, that have been riled up in the Extra Stage moments, that all in all, have descended onto the continuation that is Season 2. Going through their torment of first-year high school which has concluded most of their misunderstandings and such in Season 1, here they are in the mid-90s 32-bit console era (of the PlayStation and Saturn), where the stakes have went higher, both in g…
User : PyraXadon
overall : 6 story : 6 animation : 4 sound : 6 character : 7 enjoyment : 6
Review : You know I would’ve at least liked some upgraded aesthetics and not an awkward length of 9 episodes, J.C. Staff, but hey, beggars can’t be choosers. Story: Acting as a follow-up to Season 1 (and the three OVA episodes I think are actually important), High Score Girl II acts as the finale arc to the story of Yaguchi Haruo and his unconditional love for fighting games.  Now starting their first year of high school, things like growing up and past rivalries flare up in this era of adolescence in or…

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