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The First Great Game (A Litrpg/Harem Series)
The First Great Game (A Litrpg/Harem Series)
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Iteration 001: initializing. Galaxy: reformed. System interface: established. Player Recruitment: In Progress.

Mason the survivalist was always preparing for the end of the world. He just didn’t expect a god-like AI to transform it into a damn video game.

Now he has to pick a ‘class’, survive a ‘tutorial’ (filled with monstrous creatures trying to murder him), and somehow find his brother Blake before the idiot gets himself killed.

OK. Blake’s no idiot. He’s a charming, incredibly lucky, ambitious world-beater. But he was destined for corporate boardrooms, not monster filled forests, and Mason knows he needs to reach him before it’s too late.

But as he claws his way through this new, dangerous world, gaining superhuman abilities and meeting a beautiful woman who desperately needs his help, he begins to realize: it might just be the best thing that’s ever happened to him.
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Apocalypse Artificial Intelligence Brotherhood Character Growth Childhood Friends Clan Building Confident Protagonist Druids Fantasy Creatures Fantasy World Fearless Protagonist Friendship Game Elements Human Experimentation Kingdom Building Male Protagonist Mind Control MMORPG Multiple POV Multiple Protagonists Post-apocalyptic RPG Stoic Characters Strength-based Social Hierarchy
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    Status: c55

    Not a serious LitRPG or survival story; the system grants OP mind-control have-s*x-with-women powers to the side character while the MC gets very little except pain and hardship.  The MC of this story gets shafted lots by the system. His brother lucks through life. If you can enjoy watching a side character #$&@ his way through the competition while the MC is killing himself to "save" his brother... well enjoy. Seems a bet netorase for my tastes, as I don't like the brother but must read about his conquests while little goes right for the main character. The MC unlucky brother is focused on finding and ensuring the safety of the side-character "lucky brother" who doesn't spare a thought for anyone but himself (and the string of women who he compels to service him, but somehow this isn't portrayed as selfish, unethical, rapey or creepy).

    Pay attention to how many chapters various reviewers read; also reviewers reading lists are viewable with 2 clicks; you can quickly know what reviews are made by people with hentai-tentacle-porn-cuckold reading tastes... not "judging", I'm just sayin so people can consider the source of the reviews.  Also, note if reviewers address any of the themes I've noted, which are significant in the story. 

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    Status: chapter 36: stage one

    Really enjoying the system POV, and the two characters/brothers. Very s*xy smut. Great writing all around. 

    I dunno man, has a very... origin-story sort of feel of something much bigger/epic, kind of awesome/exciting. Really hope this lasts for many chapters to come!

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    Status: chapter 49: hard to be annoyed (...

    The novel has 2 MC's that share the screen time almost 50/50. One of them is Blake and he is pretty much the reason this novel is unreadable. Also all the female characters that are introduced are always perfect beauties, that are also always hidden sluts with personalities as thin as paper. Want to f**k the MCs on the drop of a hat the moment they meet, even though the MC are mentally very unstable and outright f**ked up human beings.

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    Status: chapter 20: escalation

    I don't normally read harem or smut, but I love litrpg. And even if I'm not the biggest fan of the other elements, I actually enjoyed it in this one.   

    This is a great story, and the prose is good. Give it a shot and enjoy what you read :)

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    Status: c28

    Fast Paced, well written. Despite Multiple POVs, which tend to detract from building the right mental images, this keeps my hamster wheel rolling in the right direction.

    Satisfies the LitRPG itch.  The Smut is strong with this one and it is good.

    Ah additionally, I enjoy what the story is doing with the Druids, better than the current norms.

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    Status: chapter 157: i’m just blake

    More of a harem story set in a litrpg world simulation than any sort of actual litrpg story. The system as presented is basic at best, very unhelpful, unexplored and basically never relevant in discussions or planning beyond being the setting. It's also of surprisingly variable competence/intelligence. This could've worked if the guy who made the system wasn't as presented, and if the game mechanics were less severely impactful.

    Unfortunately, to explore this new world we have two of the most confusing and unlikable main characters I've seen in fantasy fiction. One of this pair of "brothers" is a shallow selfish fratboy sociopath extrovert and the other is a gruff "prepare for the apocalypse" survival loner. This could've given some interesting dynamics, but it feels more like one character was split in two most of the time as they seemingly share very few traits or experiences. The loner for example apparently knows barely anything about common pop culture or games while the other is fluent. At one point they aquire a settlement that supposedly works like many city builder/manager games, you get points over time or with some actions, spend that to build or change stuff etc. But then 3 weeks goes by with only a few purchases and no plan for the future. Their base of operation, where their lovers and followers/dependents live, and they basically do nothing to improve it for a long long time. Not to mention how underutilized the "Civilians" are.

    The girls are nice, even if the romance side could've been better or more fleshed out in many cases, but it's a harem and at least most feel like full characters and they have appropriate adult relationships. The aphrodisiac/breeding incentives combined with the systems complete lack of patience feels very disjointed though. On one hand "Have babies! Raise families!" on the other hand, "Strive for growth, or you will die! There is no peace." Both these themes don't mesh very well unless you want to maximize stress.

    There is a story to like here, but I can no longer see past the main characters and the systems myriad faults.

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    Status: c17

    The Great Game lacks nothing. It's got awesome characters, incredible action, a detailed system that throws the kitchen sink at you, and some really well written relationships. The prose is stunning. It's never overwrought, and yet it communicates so much.

    I have literally nothing negative to say about this story. It just grabs you and continues onward at 200 miles per hour. In a surprising twist, you have two MCs in a LitRPG, and you get to watch both of them grow. They both have their own challenges to overcome, and they both make interesting decisions about how to optimize their builds.

    The harem aspects of the story are also excellent. The relationships feel believable, which is not something I can really say about any other harem story. They progress in interesting ways. The naughty scenes are also written really well, which is also a rarity in the genre.

    The side characters are also really interesting. In some ways, they remind me of the side characters from Primal Hunter. Both are post-apocalyptic LitRPGs, so that makes sense. Both stories take average office workers and add a system and stakes on top, with a ton of survival elements to boot.

    Read this story if you like LitRPGs, harem, post-apocalypse, and just plain old good writing. 5 Stars!

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    Status: c151

    First time leaving a review. Hands down a fantastic novel and well worth your time investing in it.

    A sentient alien AI basically abducted the inhabitants of earth and drops them into a dungeons and dragons game ran by a drunk/incompetent DM. 

    Everyone between the ages of 18 and 65 are given the choice between becoming players or civilians and thrown into various 'tutorials' where they are met with challenges that range from stupidly easy to hellishly hard (imagine being freshly spawned in he middle of a battle field between two different tribes of monsters both of which will kill you on sight). 

    Two brothers with vastly different personalities and play styles work to find each other and keep themselves alive from everything in he new world trying to end them, such as giant animals, monsters, fantasy style enemy races, power tripping murderous players, starvation and even the system itself (in one tutorial the respawn point which only works during the tutorial becomes a bugged sealed chamber full of water and every two hours those who died respawn only to drown and wait till their next respawn... until the tutorial ends and everyone trapped in there dies for good). 

    The world is messed up, the new abilities they earn through their classes are barely enough to keep them alive.

    Theres also some top notch smut as the survivors do what most horny 20 year olds in a life and death situation ^_^

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