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The World God Only Knows Drinking Game

The World God Only Knows Drinking Game

The World God Only Knows Drinking Game will have players drinking to the anime adaptation of the manga with the same name. The World God Only Knows is a romantic comedy series that lampoons other similar series. Mostly relying on gaming humor and a main character that is forced into interacting with girls that he otherwise would never dare approaching.

Protagonist Keima Katsuragi lives in a world outside of our own, the world of video games. Known as the God of Conquest, there isn’t a single heroine that is outside of his reach. Challenged in a mysterious e-mail Keima accepts the challenge to capture the hearts of women. This is when Elsie shows up, a demon bound by contract to help him win the love of real life girls. Can Keima turn his 2-D world knowledge into real life victories? Come enjoy some drinks as this parody laden comedy kicks into full nerd mode.

Requirements:

The World God Only Knows anime and drinks.

Summary:

Players can expect a steady stream of drinking, nothing overwhelming. They will also finish their drinks whenever Keims says his catchphrase “I can see the ending!”

The World God Only Knows Drinking Games Rules:

Drink 1 Whenever:

  • Anyone mentions demons or hell.
  • Keima is playing his “PFP” at odd times.
  • Keima touches his glasses.
  • Elsie is being useless or generally air headed.
  • Keima uses video game logic to solve real world problems.
  • Anyone compares the real world to the video game world. 3-D vs 2-D.

Finish your drink whenever:

  • Keima says his signature catchphrase “I can see the ending!”

The World God Only Knows Drinking Game is great for it’s overall pacing and lighthearted mood. With plenty of jokes being made about modern society and its ever growing population of video game enthusiasts. Every episode is sure to give you a couple of good laughs accompanied by a few drinks. Keima’s catchphrase only comes up towards the end of each conquest. It is spaced out very evenly throughout, occurring only once every three to four episodes. Not action oriented but otherwise a sort of hidden gem among comedies you’ll be sure to bust a gut and down a few beers during The World God Only Knows Drinking Game.