Tomodachi Game ended on a major cliffhanger! While the ending felt rushed, the anime did an excellent job of messing with people's heads. Yuichi is without a doubt one of the best main characters in anime and deserves a lot of credit. That being said, here is Tomodachi Game's ending explained!
Synopsis. High school student Yuuichi Katagiri cherishes his close circle of friends, composed of four classmates: Yutori Kokorogi, Shiho Sawaragi, Makoto Shibe, and Tenji Mikasa.
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For those who don't know, “Tomodachi Game” is a psychological thriller-based manga (and now anime!) that has been running since 2013. Though it does have a similar theme to “Squid Game,” the story actually takes place at a high school in Japan.
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Yuichi ends up confessing to Nayuki, saying that he does not see her as a cousin, but as a very important girl.
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Tenji Misaka stole the money in the Tomodachi Game. In Katagiri Yuuchi's class, he is always the top student. He is also a childhood acquaintance of Shiho Sawaragi.
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Published in 2013, Tomodachi Game is a psychological thriller, much like Yamaguchi's manga, Dead Tube, which was released a year following Tomodachi Game manga. Tomodachi Game's adaptation premiered on April 6, 2022, and has thus far released its first two suspenseful episodes.
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Yuuichi Katagiri has battled financial hardships his whole life but has learned to stay content and positive thanks to his close circle of friends. To keep a promise he made to them, Yuuichi saves up enough money to join them on the school trip.
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